June 7

The Internship


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The Internship (2013)

PG-13 119 min - Comedy - 7 June 2013

Two recently laid-off men in their 40s try to make it as interns at a successful Internet company where their managers are in their 20s.

Director:  Shawn Levy
Stars:  Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Rose Byrne, Max Minghella, Aasif Mandvi, Josh Brener, Dylan O'Brien, Tiya Sircar, Tobit Raphael, Josh Gad, Jessica Szohr, Rob Riggle, Eric Andr√©, Harvey Guillen, Gary Anthony Williams, Bruno Amato, JoAnna Garcia, Anna Enger, B. J. Novak, Karen Ceesay, Ashlee Heath, Linda 'Lil' Johnston, Will Ferrell, John Goodman, Jill Jane Clements, Sean Goulding, Brian F. Durkin, Sophie Levy, Charlie Levy, Valyn Hall, Jarion Monroe, Fel Tengonciang, Doris Morgado, Molly Brady, Jody Smith 'The Supertrainer', Tiara Ramos, Wells Chen, Rodolfo C Barrios, Laura Avnaim, DuRa Brown, Miracole Burns, Brian Castellanos, Cabran E. Chamberlain, Ricky Cornett, Mickey Cole Jr., Margie Cox, Greg Crews, Thomas Dalby, Corey D. Dargan, Nick DeKay, Patrick Engler, Am Fong, Bentley Gates, John T. Ford, Claudia Gates, Tina Gilton, Christian Guiton, Daniel Howat, John Lobato, Michael D. Layden, Liana Loggins, Lucky Mangione, Cooper McKay, Julie Mayo, Kristina Mickel, Ken Melde, Moses J. Moseley, Kacie Jo Marta Nickles, Camilo Kem Olmeda, John Orantes, Wayne Packer, Star Phyfe, Daniel Partenie, Kelly V. Reid, Joel Rogers, Joshua Reid-Davis, Mitchell Schwartz, Molly Shaiken, Natalia Smith, Curry Stone, Kristopher Thiab, Jake Tompkins, Bilan Walker, Matthew Wang, James Watlington, Jean Whalen, Callan Wilson, Nickolas Wolf, Caleb Woods, Brady Morales Woolery, Jacqueline Marie Zwick, Andrew Blazensky, Zane Stephens, Tyler Bilyeu, Hunter Clowdus, Jekyns Pelaez, Dean Balkwill, Tess Levy, Clifton Guterman, Chasty Ballesteros, Heather Rae Young, Chuti Tiu, Martha B. Knighton, Gus Williams, Sergey Brin, Troy Faruk, Carl Marino, Christopher Marrone, Nkechi Okoro, Vanessa Ross, Etienne Vick, Millie Wannamaker, John Michael Weatherly, Steven Wiig, Lisa Wu, Jimmy O. Yang, Michael J. Walker


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Two recently laid-off men in their 40s try to make it as interns at a successful Internet company where their managers are in their 20s.


Genres: Comedy


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Country:   United States of America
Language:  English
Release Date:  7 June 2013

Box Office

Company Credits

Production Companies:  Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Regency Enterprises, 21 Laps Entertainment, Wild West Picture Show Productions, TSG Entertainment

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 59 min

by Ginger

The Internship revolves around two salesmen who find themselves needing to find a new strategy in the digital age. They need to prove that they are still worth their weight. They decide to try to get into a coveted position at Google. It looks like everything is looking up, but the battle is not over when they get in the door. They must compete with the best of the best and reinvent themselves to make it in the cutthroat world of this corporate giant. This is an adult movie about adult situations and it may not be the best kids movie of the summer. Here are some details to help you decide if this movie is right for your children

First off, this is an adult movie that revolves around adult situations. It contains some rude humor and adult situations. It contains adults drinking and party scenes that contain adult behaviors. There is a reference to a one-night stand and several instances of obscenities. One of the characters gets drunk and becomes reckless. One of the main characters tries to have relations with this executive. This movie was not intended to be for the kids, or as a good family movie. This one was meant for the parents, and this is quite clear from the beginning of the film.

The situation in which the men find themselves is not something that kids can relate to. It is about competitiveness in the job place. It is about the older generation trying to get along in a world packed with younger job candidates. It focuses on the generation gap and different viewpoints that exist in the workplace today. It is not likely that anyone younger than age 40 will be able to relate to the movie. It is a comical look at the generation gap and the problems that people face in today’s world, but kids under the age of 3 might not get the humor. This family movie review recommends hiring a sitter and then going to enjoy this satirical look at the generation gap with another adult who understands it.


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