Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation | Release Date: June 7, 2013
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kowalskiNov 19, 2013
The sense of making a movie like "The Internship" is lost on me: with terrible acting, paper-thin story and absolutely no laughter guaranteed, it's the longest and the most boring Google commercial ever made.
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Mr_MuumiJul 14, 2013
"Jim, he's dead". The Internship shoves down audience's throat the search engine giant's product portfolio with message of it being fun, unconventional and creative place to work. Unfortunately, this hopelessly outdated and predictable movie"Jim, he's dead". The Internship shoves down audience's throat the search engine giant's product portfolio with message of it being fun, unconventional and creative place to work. Unfortunately, this hopelessly outdated and predictable movie doesn't possess any of those qualities. Expand
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PStakhivJun 16, 2013
Having an interesting setting, this movie fail at almost every aspect! There are some funny moments, but 95% of "The Internship" is just boring, the script is dull, jokes are stupid. The positive thing is acting, it's not that bad! OverallHaving an interesting setting, this movie fail at almost every aspect! There are some funny moments, but 95% of "The Internship" is just boring, the script is dull, jokes are stupid. The positive thing is acting, it's not that bad! Overall it's a waste of time Expand
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InterpaulOct 23, 2013
Not only did it not make me laugh, it annoyed me that i had been foolish enough to spend my money and time watching an advert for Google. i kept expecting to see a skip ad icon flash up on the screen to end the misery, but it never did.
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oliver1hJun 16, 2013
Next time someone makes a commercial for Google pick better actors, a better director and better screenwriters.
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blasphy2012Jul 14, 2013
This was just one giant commercial for Google. On top of that is pretty much insults anyone over 40 and acts like they are technological dolts. Earth to movie makers, we created the Internet and know about computers than most game playingThis was just one giant commercial for Google. On top of that is pretty much insults anyone over 40 and acts like they are technological dolts. Earth to movie makers, we created the Internet and know about computers than most game playing younger idiots!! Expand
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RGCHarlequinJun 29, 2013
Lame, extraordinarily formulaic and JUST NOT FUNNY. The protagonist's comedic timing is off, and just plain annoying. It relies heavily on sex jokes and overuse of the word 's**t'.

Two points are awarded to the likeability of Rose Byrne
Lame, extraordinarily formulaic and JUST NOT FUNNY. The protagonist's comedic timing is off, and just plain annoying. It relies heavily on sex jokes and overuse of the word 's**t'.

Two points are awarded to the likeability of Rose Byrne and Josh Radnor.
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kimbro777Jun 16, 2013
Didn't like this movie at all. We were ready to walk out but glad we stayed because the last 15 mins were the best part. Is this the end of the Vaughn/Wilson comedy team? I hope not.
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fantasyJun 14, 2013
Quite possibly among the worst comedy's I have ever seen. Not one laugh. How can they release a movie like this? Anyone who sees it will know in the first 30 minutes it is awful. Nothing works. Just awful.
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SimpleMethodJul 7, 2013
Whoever came up with the base idea to reunite Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn should be commended. Whoever came up with the ideas past that point shouldn't be writing comedy movies. The Internship, which is hardly a film, is a trueWhoever came up with the base idea to reunite Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn should be commended. Whoever came up with the ideas past that point shouldn't be writing comedy movies. The Internship, which is hardly a film, is a true disappointment. I say it's hardly a film because it's just one big commercial for Google. How to improve this movie: Make it R rated, don't make it about Google. They could have gone with any other R rated plot and it would have better. What a disappointment. Expand
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GreatMartinJun 7, 2013
“The Internship” runs for 118 minutes and if you walk in at the the 90 minute mark you will leave feeling good and not feel as if you had missed anything as to up that mark you know the movie and what is going to happen.

“The Internship is
“The Internship” runs for 118 minutes and if you walk in at the the 90 minute mark you will leave feeling good and not feel as if you had missed anything as to up that mark you know the movie and what is going to happen.

“The Internship is a full blown love letter to Google and will make you want to work there starting tomorrow. Who wouldn’t want to work in a place where all the food you want to eat and drink is free, you can go from one floor down to another using a slide and one place to another with free bikes not to forget the nap-pods if you want a quick snooze?

Billy (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Owen Wilson) find themselves, unexpectedly, out of work and Billy comes across information that Google will be hiring internships for the summer. As hard as 20 year old smart college graduates finds it getting a job men in their mid-40s have it rougher. The film is about the older generation competing with the younger Internet whizzes and you know who is going to teach what to whom. Billy and Nick find themselves in a team consisting of 3 other interns (Tiya Sircar, Tobit Raphael and Dylan O’Brien) supervised by a Google kid, more than man, Josh Brener, who must come in number 1 in order to get the internship. There are many teams who want to win, one in particular lead by a bully played by actor Max Minghella, that looks like they will win.

Spoilers? Not really! You know who will win, who will get their comeuppance and who will wind up with workaholic executive Rose Byrne just as you know who will win the competition. It is a Hollywood ending which will leave you smiling and that is the purpose of this movie. The serious issues of old versus young, nerds versus feel good salesmen and how hard it is to get a job for any generation in today’s world.

“The Internship” is rated PG-13 for the expected language, crude party humor along with some sexuality but none as bad as it could have been. The direction by Shawn Levy and the screenplay by Vince Vaughn and Jared Stern along with most of the other production values are pedestrian.

San Francisco, along with the Golden Gate bridge, are made to shine but not as brightly as the Google headquarters inside and out and all the perks that go along with working at/for Google.
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SX_PredatorJun 29, 2013
It's an outdated recruitment video for Google and it would probably have been more fitting to be in movie cinemas a decade ago. They probably should also have gotten better comedy actors than these two.
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csw12Dec 24, 2013
Too much talking, too many people talking nonsense and too many times people talking so fast nobody can understand what they're saying. The jokes are embarrassing and the entire concept is stupid.
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Trev29Jan 5, 2014
I want to know who comes up with stuff like this? This movie is nothing but a bunch of rambling misplaced jokes that aren't funny at all. The length is undeserved. It might be time for these actors to hang it up.
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JrAgujaIsAGleekDec 28, 2013
The Internship is a boring, confusing and unfunny movie that its lead stars cannot save its many flaws of the movie.

(Personal Note: I am forced to watch this movie with my friends as we have no idea what to watch)
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Apemonkey666Oct 8, 2013
Why Google ever agreed to actively cooperate on this godawful insult to it's own name will forever remain a mystery to me. 'The Intership' is a shining example of why Hollywood should quit making comedies altohether and stay the f*ck awayWhy Google ever agreed to actively cooperate on this godawful insult to it's own name will forever remain a mystery to me. 'The Intership' is a shining example of why Hollywood should quit making comedies altohether and stay the f*ck away from IT related stuff. The story is a copy and paste of the typical from zero to hero, loser to winner story you all must be sick to death of by now (I know I am). You get punched in the face with every imaginable cliché about computer nerds and group stereotypes. Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn -the worst comedic duo since Hitler and Göring- do their typical fast talking/rating act instead of something that would be actualy funny. And why make it 125mins long, torturing people for 90 mins wasn't enough? Unfortunalty it made some money so some Tinseltown shmuck might think it'd be a good idea to try something similar again, but this is realy is thing that should not be repeated ever again. Expand
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eagleeyevikingMay 22, 2014
Even with its charismatic characters, The Internship is a disappointing comedy comedy with a predictable & formulaic storyline. It just can't help feel like an annoying pop-up 2 hour long Google ad.
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C1cloneFeb 17, 2015
A painfully boring movie. I dont think it deserves to be called a comedy because there is a total of 5 jokes in the movie and 3 of those jokes arent even funny
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vikesh2206Nov 10, 2014
Even with its charismatic characters, The Internship is a disappointing comedy comedy with a predictable & formulaic storyline. It just can't help feel like an annoying pop-up 2 hour long Google ad.
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