Written August 29, 2016
I am a fan of Vince Vaugh, but like Adam Sandler who's talent is often spoiled by his trashy mindset interfering in the plotline, this took a major dump on viewers of the PG-13 age group. I took my 12 yr old to see it and was horrified by the not so subtle references to anal sex by Will Ferrel early on. Then there's an unnecessarily raunchy 10 minute trip to a night club with nearly naked hooters style women dancing around stripper poles and more not so sublte sexual inuendos. A while later, there's more in your face, explicit sexual dialogue about sex with senior citizens at a nursing home. These vulgar scenes were entirely unnecessary to the plot line and could easily have been done without the gutter visuals and descriptions. If you take away these spoiler scenes, you have a light-hearted family movie with a good message about perseverence. Unfortunately, they didn't. And the type of audience seeking the gutter life will be entirely bored with the rest of the film. OH NO!
Written July 24, 2016
Jokes were played out, lot's of lone dialogue from actors. Lame plot. Same stuff as Wedding Crashers, different topic, some unemployed thirty somethings, trying to get it together.
Written May 29, 2016
So I think the plan was to make another epic film like Wedding Crashers. Well they tried. The Internship had a few who has but all because of Vince Vaughn. I pretty much can't remember any thing that stands out in the film to make me want to see it again and I wouldn't want to buy it on DVD.
Written June 09, 2013
First of all it is BORING. We walked out. Nothing funny, attempted humor is almost all sexual and crude, just not funny. Waste of money and don't even consider taking kids.
Written May 05, 2016
Bored? Like buttered popcorn and candy? This is a decent way to pass a couple hours on a rainy summer afternoon. Predictable, sure. Safe, of course, but Vince and Owen are likeble guys and Google is an interesting backdrop. Keep your expectations really low and you'll come away mildly entertained.