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Family Movie Review: The Internship (PG-13)

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MPAA Rating: PG-13       Length: 119 minutes

Age Appropriate for: 14+. The film has a typical kind of frat boy humor, with lots of sexually themed jokes and discussions, a scene set in a strip club, cursing, and crude language. There’s also some drinking (but not by anyone underage), kissing, and implied sexual activity between older adults, but ultimately the film is an underdog-appreciation story, so there are also defenses of virginity, of standing up for yourself, and against bullying.

‘The Internship’ will have a long career of syndication on TBS or Comedy Central or some other similar cable channel. It may not be a ground-breaking film, but that’s not immediately a bad thing.

By Roxana Hadadi

Nothing about “The Internship” really feels new, and you can tell that from the movie’s own commercials, which advertise it as being a thematic sequel for Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson’s classic 2005 comedy, “Wedding Crashers.” And yet, it’s not a total mess! There are enough comfortable elements of “The Internship” to keep it enjoyable in its familiarity.

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