Saturday, November 23, 2013

REWIND REVIEW: The Internship

The Internship

Vince Vaughn, Owen Wilson


June 7, 2013

Shawn Levy

20th Century Fox

1 hour 57 minutes



The last time Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson teamed up for a movie, they played two men who enjoyed crashing weddings.  Eight years later, they're playing two "old geezers" who attempt to get a job at Google by partaking in a summer internship there thanks to a clause in the rules.  While "The Internship" as a whole is a funny and cute movie, it is also pretty formulaic and something we've seen before.  There are many potholes present throughout, the villain is over the top and really unnecessary, and the romances that are in the movie are just thrown in there for the sake of having romances in it.  Having said that, the movie is somewhat original, it has some really funny moments present throughout, and Vaughn and Wilson prove that they are a team that should collaborate more often.  While "The Internship" isn't the funniest or most original movie you'll see this year, it is still an entertaining rental to say the least.

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