The FP Top Pick on Entrepreneur/Business Movie:
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About the Movie
Billy (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Owen Wilson) two old-school salesman got fired from their job and try to reboot their careers by joining Google’s competitive internship program. But entering into the Google internship is only half the battle. Soon they find themselves downsized due to the lack of technological savvy. The friends with other misfits get grouped and start Google’s fiercely internship program journey.
They go through a series of competitive team challenges…And, the results are hilarious!
The movie released in May 29, 2013 (USA). It made 93.5 million USD in the box office.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson seek fresh start as summer interns at Google! Will they make you want to gag, grin or gargle? Full review
Adam R. Holz
The Internship falls short of being a must-see comedy – let alone a thought-provoking opportunity for social commentary. Full review
A gratuitous spruik for the money-churning web giants but not without moments of wit. The duo rediscover a little of their old magic. Full review
Nostalgia runs firmly through this enjoyable comedy. Full review
Common Sense Media
Notable Moments of the movie The Internship – Watch Here Now!
The Big Interview
Meet The Nooglers
Billy McMahon: That being said, if you want something cold to drink, we’ll hook you up.
Stuart: I’m ok, thank you. Just please, stop talking to me.
Billy McMahon: I’m your Bill Holden in Stalag 17.
Stuart: I don’t even… I really don’t get that reference.
Billy McMahon: Google it.
Billy McMahon: Whoa, guys, where’s all this hostility coming from?
Stuart: Where do you think it’s coming from, you big tree. Two fifths of our team is made up of two old guys who don’t know shit.
Billy McMahon: Great big world out there, my friend. Just three inches up, I beg you.
Stuart: [Notices the topless waitress] Oh… wow.
[Waitress deep throats Stuarts finger]
Stuart: Holy… shit, that’s deep.
Lyle: [approaching Billy and Nick] Nice, there they are! Nice to meet you. I’m Lyle, one of the team managers. Pound me!
[raises a fist]
Billy McMahon: Oh, normally, just putting the… the fist up without the words is all that’s necessary.
Lyle: C’mon, bro. Fist me, get up in there.
Nick Campbell: Yeah, that’s definitely not right.
Nick Campbell: Geez, Yo-Yo, did you get beat up a lot in school?
Yo-Yo Santos: I was homeschooled by my mom.
Billy McMahon: Did you get beat up a lot in homeschool?
Billy McMahon: For you this is like teaching a little kid the alphabet, right?
Headphones: No, actually it’s like teaching a kid a letter. Just one letter.
Billy McMahon: Yeah. Yeah, your strong point would not be communicating to humans.
Headphones: I know.
Neha: What the fuck was that?
Yo-Yo Santos: I was punishing myself for my inferior performance.
Nick Campbell: Wh-Why did you bring me over to introduce me to this guy? It’s like he was your best friend. You introduced me to Hitler.
Billy McMahon: Nick? Would I be wrong to call you my brother?
Nick Campbell: Of course not, I’d do anything for my little show pony. Look at me, anything.
Billy McMahon: I need you to ice my balls for me.
Kevin, Matress Salesman: [approaching Nick and Billy] How’s it going, Gossip Girls? CW just called – you’re canceled.
Billy McMahon: [to Kevin] Me and you are the same height.
Kevin, Matress Salesman: [shakes head dismissively] We’re not the same height. We’re not the same height. I’m handsome tall – you’re the type of tall where, you walk through the airport, people stop what they’re eating and look at you. You’re like a freak.
Billy McMahon: Here’s the deal. I’m pretty terrific on the phones. I could sell prosciutto to a rabbi. And I have.
Nick Campbell: [toasting Yo-Yo’s first alcoholic drink] To the night you’ll never remember!
Yo-Yo Santos: My mother hits harder than you!
Nick Campbell: For whatever it’s worth, your imagination is so wild, reality’s gonna be a breeze, if not a letdown.
Nick Campbell: People have a deep distrust of machines. Have you seen Terminator? Or 2? Or 3? Or 4?