[Nix Post] The Internship Movie Review

Are guys fans of the FRAT PACK like me? I bet most people are but in case you don’t know, the "Frat Pack" is a nickname giv...



Are guys fans of the FRAT PACK like me? I bet most people are but in case you don’t know, the "Frat Pack" is a nickname given to a group of male Hollywood comedy actors who have appeared together in many of the highest grossing comedy movies since the late 1990s. The group usually includes Ben Stiller, Jack Black, Owen Wilson, Luke Wilson, Will Ferrell, Vince Vaughn, and Steve Carell. (aha! Thanks to Wikipedia). Now I bet you are now going “Yeah! I’m a fan!” and for sure by now that you have already made plans with your friends to see Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson’s latest movie together since THE WEDDING CRASHERS.

Now playing as Billy and Nick, Vaughn and Wilson play two guys at the peak of their salesmanship when all of a sudden their company decided to close shop.



Desperate to get their game back, Billy McMahon (Vaughn) discovers an intership opportunity at, according to Fortune magazine, the “best place to work for”- Google (in the movie, you will get to understand why). Convincing his partner Nick to join, the hilarious duo dares to dream against all odds and battles out young, ambitious, top- of- their- class job seekers for their places at Google.


The movie is an uplifting story with humor and idealism. “The optimism that comes from the film’s message is that maybe there's something each generation can learn from the other. It's a huge part of why the film is not just funny, but also timely, aspirational and hopeful,” says Vaughn


THE INTERSHIP is movie that will leave you feeling good from not only from laughing so hard (which is always a guarantee when you watch these guys), but also from seeing how perseverance and hard work always pay off in the end. The humor is relatable and inspiring. Somehow, it will leave you thinking “If they can do that, so can I!”


Check out the hilarious 'flash dance' clip below.


“The Internship” opens today,August 14 in theaters nationwide. 


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Mrs. M.O.E.

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