This tale finds Billy (Vaughn) and Nick (
What is particularly fascinating about “The Internship” is the film’s ability to tackle the issue of internships. Most of us at some point in our life has worked as an intern or knows someone who participated as an intern for a company. Is everything depicted in the picture 100% accurate? Who knows, but elements of ‘what’ we think an internship consists of linger in the back of the mind.
For adults the movie will be an identical picture for many of them who are not internet savvy; I mean let’s face it technology has taken over and the younger generation communicates much more via social media than our older counterparts. What I did find particularly motivating about the picture is the notion of being a team player.
We all have encountered those situation where we were last to be chosen for a group and being forced to work with complete strangers. It’s a social situation familiar to all of us, what’s more important is the things are main characters and some of the interns themselves learn while being spearheaded by leaders Billy and Nick.
While “The Internship” is not based on a real-life story, it gives the audience a slice of life in an attempt to bridge a generational gap.
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