Sunday, October 13, 2013

Movie Review: The Internship

Hello All,

Happy Sunday, although who is ever happy on Sunday? It means the work day is going to start again! I had a really fun Saturday that I will tell you about eventually (Blogtember really through off my blogging schedule). 

Anyways last night I was watching a movie to help keep myself awake because I was so tired and I want to tell you what I thought of it! Last night I watched the movie, The Internship.

Now I'm going to be completely honest with you guys, I am not huge Owen Wilson and Vince Vaghun fans. Its not that I don't like them but they aren't actors who I see they are going to be in movie and automatically think "Oh I have to go see this movie!" 

But recently I found out that Dylan O'Brien was in it. Now if you been around here for a while you may know that I'm a little in love with Dylan O'Brien. And a little is the under statement of the year. He is my biggest celebrity crush, I completely and utterly fan girl over him. In fact here's a Dylan O'Brien gif for you to enjoy!

Oh, Dylan we have so much in common!

So, I decided to watch the movie just because of my love Dylan! *Swooning Emma*** But in all honesty I kept watch (the almost two hour movie) because it was so good. 

The story revolves around two men, Billy (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Owen Wilson) who work as sale men for a watch selling business. When the business closes the two no longer know what to do with lives anymore. Nick tries to work with his sister's creepy boyfriend. But Billy Googles options and finds out about Google Internship, and the two applied. 

Google decides to give them a chance. When they get there all the interns are split into teams. None of the over achievers want the two in the group so they get put into the team with all the misfits, Stuart (Dylan O'Brien), Neha (Tiya Sircar), Yo-yo (Tobit Raphael), and their team captain Lyle (Josh Brener). All of which need help with their social skills.

Stuart is a little attached to his phone and always has is eyes glued to it. He also has tough guy edge, with a hipster.

Neha has a wild imagination when it comes to her experience.

Yo-yo was home schooled and doesn't have a back bone and can't stand up for himself.

And Lyle just hasn't found his place in the world yet.

Together they are competing to win jobs at Google for after they graduate college.

This movie is a funny and extremely heart warming movie. If you haven't seen I recommend it for night when you just need a mindless movie.

What movies have you watch recently that you'd recommend? Let me know in the comment below!

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