‘The Internship’: Required viewing for Class of ’13?

Cinema or Cine-meh


The Internship (2013)

Directed by Shawn Levy

7/10  PG-13

I’m a Bing man myself, but nobody can resist the fascinating and entertaining world of Google presented on the big screen in “The Internship.” Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson reunite eight years after they crashed into our hearts in “Wedding Crashers,” and while no one is claiming they lived up to their lofty expectations, their comedic chemistry on screen is undeniable.

Former sales rep Billy McMahon (Vaughn) comes to the exciting (albeit decade-old) realization that old dogs like him and his buddy Nick Campbell (Wilson) need to start looking for jobs in the digital sector if they want to make good money. So Billy gets them the chance to beat out hundreds of college-educated twenty-somethings to become interns at Google, reputed to be the best place in America to work (and you’ll see why, with the unlimited free snacks, Segways and…

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