Film Review: The Internship Shaina411 June 7, 2013 Hip Hop Entertainment | Hip Hop TV, Film and Video Games In this economy, people can go to extreme lengths to try to get a job. None, however, match up against the scheming antics of Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn in “The Internship.” “The Internship” follows Wilson and Vaughn as they go from being unemployed watch salesmen to trying to get a job via an internship at Google. They are older than all of the other candidates and not as book smart, but they still bring something special to the table. The internship class is broken up into teams, which complete a series of challenges and competitions. Directed by Shawn Levy (also known for “Date Night”), the film stars Wilson, Vaughn, John Goodman, Rose Byrne, Aasif Mandvi and more. The film was pretty entertaining for a reused idea. The cast’s lesser-known costars: Josh Brener, Dylan O’Brien, Tiya Sircar and Tobit Raphael all equally shine. After you get past the numerous Google promotions and mentions, the film does engage the audience. Some of the highlights include witty nerd vs. nerd battles and despite the cliched and predictable moments in the storyline, it was one of the better “nerd” movies we have seen in a while. The film comes out June 7th and is a pretty good watch if you liked “Wedding Crashers.” Watch the trailer below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdnoqCViqUo -Catherina Gioino AXE Hair partnered with “The Internship” to help interns and young men make their first impressions count. The Source Magazine attended a special advanced screening of “The Internship” hosted by AXE Hair. The film’s star Josh Brenner was in attendance and he introduced the film.