The Intern

The Intern

By Nancy Meyers

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 2016-01-11
  • Advisory Rating: PG-13
  • Runtime: 2h 1min
  • Director: Nancy Meyers
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  • iTunes Price: USD 14.99
  • iTunes Rent Price: USD 3.99
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The Intern Description

In "The Intern," Ben Whittaker (Robert De Niro) is a 70-year-old widower who has discovered that retirement isn't all it's cracked up to be. Seizing an opportunity to get back in the game, he becomes a senior intern at an online fashion site, founded and run by Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway).

Hilary Devey is determined to get deserving young people a chance to land their ideal jobs and has persuaded some of Britain's most exciting companies to let her hijack their normal recruitment policy. Each episode of The Intern sees three young hopefuls being given a week's trial in the job of their dreams. The candidates don't know it, but Hilary has arranged for the week to be packed full of the biggest challenges. Based on real life situations, each scenario tests a particular skill or aptitude deemed crucial to being a success in the particular industry.

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  • A Warm Feel Good Story

    Deniro does not disappoint. The Intern is the title and Deniro gets the job as intern but Hathaway turns out to be the one getting an internship. This film can be watched over and over again which, to me, makes it a classic.
  • Excellent

    Have watched many times, it is very funny and fresh definitely worth the purchase.
  • Love it

    It’s about persistence and love and overcoming and knowing who you are.
  • Love this movie

    Great movie
  • Boring and saccharine

    A cringeworthy script and not a single believable character. Female lead was the nicest person – one dimensional. How exactly was she the mean boss?! Family scenes were sickly sweet. Generic soundtrack. De Niro’s female love interests were over the top man eaters. He himself had no needs. These characters need to read some Dr Pat Allen! (PS: I’m a woman).
  • In love

    All I can saw is that I fell in love with this movie. It is rare when a movie makes me feel a whirlwind of emotions in the best way. Definitely one of my favorite movies.
  • Worthy of spending time to watch carefully.

    I watched this film several times since theatre view. Addresses many aspects of life little bit. + retirement issue: Retired old people [really] love to be helpful to others. Letting them to have a bit of opportunities of being involved in social activities or work with less exhausting manner. + business owner: Running a business is not very easy. Maybe, Anne needed to have CEO lessons, rather than CEO. She was not using time effectively. In return, this is not very helpful to employees. + annoying female character: Anne played the role of very annoying female character. When talking to somebody in person, texting to somebody else about bad words of the talking person is not such a good manner. With her mother, she was not very congruent. She did not pay the price here, though. + parenting: Children are very much susceptible to what they observe via real life or media. The daughter was making a mimic behaviour of her mother in the kitchen. Well, this is normal to most children. When parents do not behave well, this WILL occur at home. Fortunately, I was not much influenced by my raised parents due to their absence at home. + marital relationship: Probably, it was easy for the husband to say sorry to her because he did not have a job. + strange fact: It seemed that the husband was capable of managing the business of her company. He had a experience related to business. Why does he want to work with her?
  • Great/Sweet Movie

    Best an sweetest movie of 2015. Is a must watch and perfect for anyone to lay back, relax, while also seeing something funny. Perfect for a movie night👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻
  • Classy and Preppy

    The movie is classy in all angles. Robert de Niro is a class act.
  • Refreshing twist of roles & return to pleasantries

    Awe Heal
    I enjoyed this movie b/c of the well played reversal of roles, the believable storyline and how experience & intuition trumps books & youth. (Run on sentence? Enjoy?)
  • Such a cute movie!

    Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro were so cute together in this movie! Absolutely breathtaking! Couldn't have picked better stars for this movie!
  • The Intern

    It was a great movie! I would recommend it to anyone it has a lot of heart and all the actors did a great job in it! Very funny and witty I loved it!
  • Funny and Sentimental

    I thought it was very well done. Funny but also a family film. Very pleased with the acting! Good buy!
  • Unable to watch a rented movie.

    I rented a movie from my Apple TV. It won't even start... I get "an error occurred downloading this content", and when you rent something from anything but the computer, it can't be moved to another apple device. How silly is that!!!

    Poor Robert DE... He must stop the pain and retire!!! PLEASE. At some point even great actors must avoid accepting all roles.. ESPECIALLY this terrible remake mutation of a horrible original movie. I hate to see this movie for many reasons... But I feel that I can help others by warning them to stay far away from this 'so very wrong' mistake! Spread the word and help stop the pain...
  • Great!!!

    The most special one that I have ever seen.
  • Great!!!

    the most special one that i have ever seen.
  • Overrated Fluff

    Superficial, cookie-cutter and without any real meaningful struggles or conflicts or even a story arc. It’s just a portrait of two likable characters. Yes, it’s nice to see a sweet film with a positive “message” but there’s really not much of a message at all, when it boils down at the end. Hathaway’s character’s main conflict is told not shown, and besides that it’s rather vain and vapid: “Oh so hard to be 20-something with a husband and kid and head of my own successful business when I have all these self-doubts.” Meanwhile, DeNiro, aka Mr Sunshine, gotta look at the positive side of life, is the same flatly optimistic character beginning middle and end. I really really wanted to see more of their interaction, to truly see the impact they had on each other’s lives, but it’s forced, not natural, and it’s not really there. This might be a great premise for a miniseries or an epic novel, but it does not work for a 2 hour flick. At least not for me. I love movies that have an inspirational or empowering message about staying positive (Silver Linings Playbook or Forrest Gump, for example. Or even Ella Enchanted if you want another Anne Hathaway comparison) but this is not even close to being one of them. It’s merely chick lit light. In movie form.
  • Movie that makes you smile!

    I regret not seeing this in a theater, but it’s never too late to watch it when it’s here for me, right? I rented this movie couple days ago, with low expectation. Like many reviewers mentioned, this is a movie for a relax night with friends or your love ones. It fills with some good messages and many positive vibes. De Niro portrays his role with his best acting, which the same can be said to Hathaway. Now I will have to get a copy of this movie for my next watch :)
  • Fun & refreshing

    Really nice movie for a quiet relaxed movie night at home. We enjoyed it :)

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