A Pharcyde Review of The Intern
November 2, 2015
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The Intern, a new comedy directed by Nancy Meyers, came into theatres on September 25th and is definitely a go see.
The movie stars Robert De Niro as a 70 year-old who is tired of being retired, and applies for a senior citizen intern job at a an online fashion site.
The manager of this fashion company, Anne Hathaway as Jules, has Ben assigned as her intern, and is less than optimistic about the situation at first. As she deals with her own life problems, Jules ignores Ben and considers him an inconvenience in the office.
Still, slowly but surely, Ben becomes very popular at the office. As time goes on, Jules realizes that Ben is a genuine and caring person and sees how much of a help he is becoming to all aspects of her life. Despite their vast age difference, Ben and Jules seem to understand each other perfectly.
As Ben and Jules form a friendship, and Ben finds love at the office, the audience is constantly laughing out loud.
By the end of the movie, Ben excelling in his job, forming new friendships, and even finding love. Throughout the movie, the audience wants to both laugh because of the hysterical scenes, and cry because of how touching certain scenes are.
Overall, if you feel like a heart-warming comedy, The Intern is definitely worth a trip to the movie theatre.