Internship Movie Reviews



Release Date: Jun 07, 2013

Genre: Comedy

Rating: (PG-13)

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  • 4
  • 4
    Good feel good movie, and with Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson you can;t go wrong. It is funny, soulful, and I was not disappointed at all.
  • 3
    So I was in a mood for a comedy and I really like Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, so I have decided to give this film a chance. It was not really bad and it was not good either, I guess mediocre is the word I am looking for. The jokes were kind of lame but there were good ones as well and the story was very predictable. However, Wilson and Vaughn have a nice chemistry on the screen and it was fun to watch them work together once again. The film is definitely nerdy and I enjoyed the jokes about Google’s corporate culture even though it was a bit too admiring of it. Overall, I would not say that this film must be seen on the big screen, but renting it and watching it at the comfort of your home would not be a bad idea.
  • 3
    I did not expect this film to be any good, I went to see it with bunch of my friends because we could not decide on any other film. The movie was actually not that bad, I think it was quite funny and I even laughed out loud couple of times. Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn are really funny together and they have a great chemistry on the big screen, they are great comedic duo. The film is quite charming and even though the plot is very predictable I had a pretty good time watching it. Overall, even though the film is kind of mediocre and I do not think it has to be seen on the big screen, I still had a decent time watching it.
  • 3
    The film was not as bad as I thought it will be but I definitely do not think that it is worth seeing in the theaters. The movie was way too long and the storyline was way too thin. I also did not enjoy all of the google plugs, it was way annoying and I did not appreciate it. I did enjoy watching Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn together on the screen again, they are a great comedic duo and the chemistry that they have on the screen is really fun to watch. The lead actors added a lot of charm to this film and that is why I had a pretty good time watching it. Overall, the film was alright and you can totally rent it when it comes out and enjoy it at the comfort of your home.
  • 5
    If you’ve found yourself more than a little underwhelmed by the state of comedy in 2013’s Hollywood, you’re not alone. When the funniest movies out during the summer movie season are The Big Wedding and whatever Tyler Perry’s latest product off the assembly line is, you know comedy isn’t doing well. Even The Hangover III left many feeling like their funny bones had gone missing. What gives, Hollywood! You couldn’t even make us laugh out loud with Tina Fey and Paul Rudd in the same movie!
    So in this underwhelming context, The Internship is actually quite funny. It isn’t sublimely hilarious, but it gets the job done and you will chuckle at least a dozen times. By Vince Vaughn standards, that’s pretty darn good.
    Vaughn and Clive Owen play a pair of laid off salesmen who want desperately to never be unemployed again. So what’s the hottest labor market out there? IT, of course. And so they head over to Google where they compete with a horde of much smarter and much younger geniuses who got tech game. Inevitably, when the two elderly fuddy duddies are derided by their intellectually superior peers, they go a long way to prove that there’s more to life than knowing how to write javascript.
    If you liked Wedding Crashers, you’ll like The Internship. It basically is Wedding Crashers set in Google. It’s the Vince and Clive Show for the New Tech Age. And since Melissa McCarthy isn’t along to induce hilarity, we’ll settle in and agree to be entertained. Enough said.

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