For all of Derek Bower’s numerous acting credits, his most recognizable roles have always been in movies and television. In some ways, it seems that Entrepreneurs are meant to be his final role, as he enters the stage on the conclusion of the last installment of his A Few Good Men series. But with all of the accolades that are being heaped upon Derek Bower’s name, one could ask if there was anything left to say about him. The answer to that question is a resounding no! He has been one of the best characters in television for years now, and in the few short episodes of Entrepreneurs that I have seen, his performance just keeps him at the top of my list of the finest comedians.
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There are a few different factors that make Entreprenuers different from other movies of its type. First, they were not based on a true story; they were instead created as a modern-day continuation of the tale of a group of guys who travel across time in order to win the affections of a future bride. While the movie itself is filled with funny moments and witty dialogue, the Entreprenuers also present a clear picture of the sorts of social problems that are going on in their own society at the time. Their storyline also serves as an eye opener into the social conditions of the time; while watching the Entreprenuers you may begin to see just how ridiculous things were back then and how things have progressed over the last hundred years or so.
Entreprenuers is a very entertaining movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very end. It is the sort of comedy that you’ll find viewers begging for more even after it has ended. Derek Bower turns in a fantastic performance as the clueless, yet incredibly lovable John Ridgway, and his co-stars also give solid performances as well. If you like action and a bit of social commentary mixed up in with a good time, then Entreprenuers is definitely worth checking out.