75

Slant Magazine

By Andrew Schenker
Shawn Levy's occasionally uproarious, warm-hearted comedy is about different generations educating each other, but it never seems rote.
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Richard Roeper
The Internship is the movie version of a goofy dog that knows only a few tricks but keeps on looking at you and wagging his tail, daring you not to like him. Down, boy. You win.
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75

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
There’s a reason that it lacks the highs of "Wedding Crashers": The Internship puts us on the side of those who are trying to hold on to respectability, not tear it down.
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63

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Steven Rea
The Internship itself would be kind of charming, too, if this Google-recruitment film, this 119-minute commercial for Googliness, weren't so downright creepy.
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60

The Hollywood Reporter

By Stephen Farber
The actors do what they can to supply the texture missing from the script. Vaughn and Wilson riff together with pleasing professionalism.
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60

Variety

By Scott Foundas
This big-hearted underdog comedy from director Shawn Levy is, much like its two leads, exceedingly affable and good-natured despite being undeniably long in the tooth.
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50

Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
A flabby farce that might win a pass at the box office because it's just so cute and family friendly. But where's your edge, guys? Where are the laughs that walk a tightrope?
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50

San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
This vaguely funny film is also the saddest and most depressing movie of 2013.
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50

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson may be the worst interns since Monica Lewinsky.
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36

Film.com

By William Goss
In fact, The Internship rivals the aggressively bland “Larry Crowne” for sheer tepidness, if not worse due to the exhaustive product placement for a company whose real-life presence is unlikely to soon wane.
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42 out of 100
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