Wednesday, 26 June 2013

The Internship | Movie Review

On Monday night I was fortunate enough to be invited to an exclusive preview of The Internship before it's official UK release on July 2nd. (The poster above is I believe release date in the USA) I'd seen the trailer and thought it looked alright, I wasn't majorly excited it looked funny-ish but how wrong was I once it started.

The internship is about two men who lose their job due to the business they work for going down the drain. They don't have much going for them career or relationship wise, all their good at is sales. Deciding to start from the bottom and make their way up they lie about being students at uni to enroll on a internship at Google. It pulls off - just and their accepted on the internship amongst brainy people who are half their age. Both have to learn about one anothers positives and negatives whilst working has a team with students much younger then them, dishing out advice and sticking to something in hope they come out the other end - getting a dream job and a new career at Google. 

I didn't expect much from the film after seeing the trailer, it looked funny enough but to be honest I'm one of these who laugh at silly stuff, I can sit through Peter Kay and not laugh once not because he's not funny because it's obvious he his - it's just me. Whilst watching this film I can honestly say I have never laughed so much in my life, it's full of the geeky silly stuff that I find hilarious. It's pure comedy genius and completely laugh out loud. Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson are a match made in comedy heaven and must work together more. I loved seeing the insight into Google it does look really cool if of course that's the real place. I highly recommend this film, watch it you won't be disappointed.

 Of course all opinions are my own and you may feel entirely different.
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