The Internship


Action / Comedy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 34%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 52%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 172203


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Rose Byrne as Dana
Dylan O'Brien as Stuart
Will Ferrell as Matress Salesman
Owen Wilson as Nick Campbell
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869.13 MB
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1hr 59 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by TownRootGuy 8 / 10

If you hate Vaughn, Wilson or Google you won't like this. Otherwise, it's a lot of fun.

I love to watch Garret Dillahunt and Meryl Streep because they can sell any role. With other people I just want to see them do what they do. How much range have we gotten from Clint Eastwood or Mike Myers? Well, Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson give us exactly what we've come to expect from these guys.

So Google gets a plug here, do you think we live in the Star Trek universe? Capitalism, it's a thing. Look it up. It's not like this is a first in movies, for 40 years the '77 Trans Am has been my dream car.

This movie has great eye candy, outstanding naked eye candy, a good cast AND true to Google, none of the funny you came looking for is ad-free.

It's basically a feel-good comedy. The only surprise in this movie is that these two clowns actually manage to deliver on the feel-good aspect.

The Internship is a pretty good flick that I can watch every 2 - 3 years.

Reviewed by nourahussein193 9 / 10

this a good movie.

I'm wondering why this movie's rating is mediocre? I really like this movie. the music is so enthusiastic. in IT field the jobs really need very good skills specially in big companies like: Google, Amazon, and Microsoft. so this movie is a good step to make you work harder not feel that you are so bad. and the song, in the beginning, is very funny " It's Like Rain on Your Wedding Day".

Reviewed by seveb-25179 4 / 10

Too many musical montages...

Any comedy film with more than one or two montage sequences, backed by a familiar or quirky pieces of pop music, sets off an alarm in my head.

It's a sure sign of a lazy script that hasn't been worked through properly. The writer can't think of decent dialogue to move the plot or characters from A to B and so resorts to a montage to produce a "magical" transformation in the characters point of view.

I like Vince Vaughns shtick, but unfortunately far too many of his movies resort to this shallow technique to move the plot along, instead of spending a bit more time and working out how to tell the story properly.

I may be wrong, but I think Wedding Crashers had only one major montage I can recall, but in films like this and "Delivery Man" the whole second half of the film seems to consist of them.

I've seen "Swingers" and "Made", so I know you can do better Vince, so please try harder in future!

PS Is going to a titty bar, where people are friendly to anyone as long as they get paid, really the answer to overcoming social awkwardness?

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