The Internship


Action / Comedy

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Top cast

Max Minghella Photo
Max Minghella as Graham Hawtrey
Jessica Szohr Photo
Jessica Szohr as Marielena
Dylan O'Brien Photo
Dylan O'Brien as Stuart
Rose Byrne Photo
Rose Byrne as Dana
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869.13 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 59 min
P/S 1 / 8
1.84 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 59 min
P/S 5 / 10

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by utgard145 / 10

Formula comedy is amusing at times

This is a formula "back to school" type of comedy with lots of product placement and two aging stars going through the motions. Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson play the same roles they've played for most of the last decade -- themselves. If you are a big fan of them you can add a point or two to my score because they're the whole show here. The rest of the cast is made up of mostly unknowns playing various stereotypes that are familiar to anybody who has seen a high school or college comedy. They do fine and there are no standouts, good or bad, among them. John Goodman appears in a thankless supporting role. Will Ferrell does one of his usual cameos he does in the movies of his friends. He's worth a chuckle or two. Like I said, the movie is formulaic and predictable but it has a very pleasant upbeat tone throughout and quite a few amusing moments but nothing that will have you bowled over in laughter. There's a ton of product placement for Google. Literally the whole movie. So if that sort of thing bothers you, you might want to skip this one and save yourself the righteous indignation.

Reviewed by christophe923004 / 10

Not funny

Vince Vaughn comes back as a writer with The Internship, a production labelled as a comedy, which isn't false in the sense that it's a light hearted movie, a feel-good movie in a way, but that is absolutely not funny since the gags are almost non existent and the lines mediocre.

Once the base of the story is set, the plot unfolds extremely linearly until the final outcome: a series of tests, predictable mechanics (losers become winners),not to mention the humdrum happy ending.

Vince Vaugh clearly lacked inspiration and creativity with this completely dispensable, corny and melodramatic comedy that appears more like promotional material for Google which is ultimately quite disconcerting.

Reviewed by Prismark105 / 10


The Internship AKA a corporate ad for Google. Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn team up again as two out of work salesmen who end up competing for a job at Google but they have to compete with younger and more IT literate geeks in the internship program at Googleplex. The duo are regarded as figures of fun and over the hill and end up teaming up with other misfits as no one else wants them.

In the film Google is a hip place to work, it might be true, all I know is that they do indeed have a free café for food.

Vaughn who also co-wrote the film has an easy way with Wilson, so they should given the number of films they have made together. Will Ferrell pops up in a cameo. Max Mingehella plays their rival who will stop at nothing for his team to win. Aasif Mandvi is the Head of Internship Program who seems to be antagonistic towards our duo.

The film is rather predictable. You have the less tech savvy Wilson and Vaughn trying to bond with their team, their trump card is that they have real life experiences. Eventually they start giving Minghella's team a run for the shot at winning the internship but there are ups and down as well as a romance side plot. At the same time there are various digs at Google as a slightly eccentric place to work for.

The film is sporadically funny, just about charming but a tad too cosy and predictable. There are few surprises, in fact its more Windows than Apple!

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