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The Internship 2013 PG-13 CC

(1,426) IMDb 6.3/10
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Old-school salesmen Billy (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Owen Wilson) try to reboot their careers by joining Google's fiercely competitive internship program -- with hilarious results!

Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson
2 hours, 0 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Shawn Levy
Starring Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson
Supporting actors Rose Byrne, Aasif Mandvi, Max Minghella, Josh Brener, Dylan O'Brien, Tiya Sircar, Tobit Raphael, Josh Gad, Jessica Szohr, Rob Riggle, Eric André, Harvey Guillen, Gary Anthony Williams, Bruno Amato, JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Anna Enger, Sean Goulding, Jill Jane Clements
Studio Fox
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Rental rights 24 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on July 28, 2013
Format: DVD
Two dinosaur salesmen (Vince Vaughn/ Owen Wilson) find themselves as interns at Google. They are fish out of water as they have to deal with the youth and terminology of the tech world. They are divided into teams with our duo on the misfit team which leads to formulaic results.

This is a fun film which doesn't offend. The humor is not overwhelmingly laugh out loud, by rather tritely funny. That is not to say it is bad, but simply lacks originality.

Worth a view. Makes for a good rental.

Parental Guide rated version: 2 f-bombs, No sex or nudity. Strip club scene.
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42 of 48 people found the following review helpful By M. Oleson TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 8, 2013
In spite of generally numb reviews I was lured into the theater just to see Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn restart the bromance that began with "Wedding Crasher" in 2005. Here they play Billy (Vaughn) and Nick a couple of watch salesmen just on one side or the other of age 40. When their boss (John Goodman) shuts down his business the boys are out of work and with no formal education or technical skills, they decide to apply for an internship at Google.

Since one of the terms of acceptance is that a prospect must be enrolled in college, Billy enrolls the pair at the University of Phoenix which Billy calls, "the Harvard of on-line colleges." They show up on the Mountain View campus and are surrounded by 20-something geniuses. When 5 or 6 person teams are picked, our heroes are left with a group no one wants to associate with. I'm not sure why as no one seems to know anyone else, so how this group is shunned is beyond me.

No matter, quirky they are but they are also devoid of social skills. That of course is where salesmen Billy and Nick excel. Will it be enough however to win the competition which means being automatically hired by Google? The charm of the movie is the patter between Billy and Nick and Vaughn and Wilson are masters. While I wouldn't call the movie laugh-out-loud-hilarious, I would say there are plenty funny scenes.

Rose Byrne makes an appearance as a potential love interest and boss for Nick. Aasif Mandvi is the Google man in charge of the internship program and Max Minghella is the snobby leader of a competitive team. There is nothing new here. A couple over their head guys with hearts of gold and a fun personality, teach the techies a thing or two about life outside the physics books. I'll likely forget about this movie pretty quickly but I did have a good time.
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45 of 56 people found the following review helpful By CMCM on June 9, 2013
I'm not sure why viewers go to this sort of film expecting total reality and believability, but of course with a plot such as this one, things aren't exactly real world anyway and for heaven's sake people, this is a comedy. I won't go into a rehash of the story as others have done that in previous reviews. I'll just say that I came out of the film happy to have seen it, I got quite a lot of good laughs all the way through, and my final impression was what a basically sweet story it was with sweet and likeable characters. Only a scene in a lap dancing bar made it a bit inappropriate for younger teens, but otherwise, it is a good story imparting some valuable life lessons for young people who think people over 30 know nothing. The two main characters were actually quite nice and lovable guys with refreshingly positive attitudes about life and how to treat other people, and ultimately they came out on top preceisely because of these traits. The film was completely enjoyable beginning to end, and time went fast as the pacing was excellent. Vaughn as writer & screenwriter did a great job with this, so kudos to him. Too bad the trailers are lousy and somewhat misrepresent the nature of this film.
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57 of 74 people found the following review helpful By scot16897 VINE VOICE on May 23, 2013
I had high hopes for this movie based on the trailers and the previous Vaughn/Wilson outing "Wedding Crashers" and this did not disappoint.

Vaughn and Wilson play salesman whose company goes out of business abruptly, and they find themselves without prospects or hope. In a stroke of desperation/ inspiration, Vaughn lands them interviews for an internship with Google. Despite any technological savvy or skills, they find themselves engaged in a team competition among other interns with the prospect of full-time employment in the balance. Vaughn and Wilson definitely channel their fast-talking characters from Wedding Crashers and have a real chemistry.

A lot of the humor (and there is a lot of it) comes from the culture clash between these non-tech salesmen and the young interns who are incredibly advanced technically, but have no people skills or experience in the "real world."

While there are a few plot cliches involved, there are a number of unexpected situations, and you will laugh and smile your way through it all. There is a lot to enjoy, whether you are on the tech end of the scale or the non-tech end. I imagine that both groups will laugh at different things, but there is really humor for everyone.

While not as outrageously or consistently funny as "Wedding Crashers", this movie was enough fun that I would recommend paying to see it in the theater, and that is (in this age of high ticket prices for mediocre movies) my standard for a good movie. "The Internship" is a light, fun film that deserves to be a box office success.

When you want a laugh, you really won't go wrong seeing the Internship. Recommended.
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