The Review: 'The Internship' Doesn't Get the Job Done

In the future, when the minimum wage has been abolished and the remaining jobs are dispensed via lottery and people fight over moldy crumbs of Soylent Green in the street, the furious, gnawing population of Post-America may look back at The Internship and think of it as relevant, a beacon of hope, full of comforting but somehow still indecipherable messages about courage and dreams (that's a line in the film, by the way, "Have the courage to dream." So True! You Should!) But for now it's just stupid nonsense. Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson play middle-aged salesmen whose company folds. Unable to find new jobs, they wind up applying for Google's summer internship program and, because they've got spunk, moxie, get-up-and-go, pep and double the can-do...

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