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The Internship


Jun 07, 2013

Latest Home Video

Oct 22, 2013

MPAA Rating



Shawn Levy


Owen Wilson
Vince Vaughn
Will Ferrell
Rose Byrne


2013 Twentieth Century Fox

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Necessity forces unemployed salesmen Billy (Vince Vaughn) and Nick (Owen Wilson) to try a new career path. But their attempt to secure employment by taking an internship at Google will require these old dogs to learn some new, high-tech tricks.

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Why Is The Internship Rated PG-13?

The Internship is rated PG-13 for sexuality, some crude humor, partying and language.

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Violence: Characters are hit in the groin, punched, pushed and struck with objects during a game.      

Sexual Content: Frequent crude sexual comments and innuendo are used throughout the script. A girl makes remarks about same sex parents. Two men share a bed in a non-sexual context. A girl brags about sexual activities she has been involved in. A character makes rude, thrusting motions as a sign of victory. Characters engage in lap dances at a strip joint. Scantily clad women dance erotically in a nightclub setting. A drunken man says he has taken a picture of his penis and plans to digitally send it to a girl. A woman with a large chest in shown in a tiny bikini. Some embracing and kissing is shown.

Language: The script contains a strong sexual expletive and hand gesture, crude terms for anatomy, frequent profanities, scatological slang and vulgar expressions, along with some slurs and cursing.

Alcohol / Drug Use: Two adults pressure a young man into drinking for the first time. Large amounts of alcohol are consumed during a night on the town. Characters drink with dinner, at home (to deal with stress) and at social events. A man invites his boss to have a drink and asks him if he “gets high”. A character vomits after a night of drinking.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

PG Coarse Language, Violence, Sexual Content.
AB PG Crude Coarse Language, Not Recommended for Young Children.
MB PG Not Recommended For Young Children Language May Offend
ON PG Language May Offend.
QC G Not Recommended for Young Children.

Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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Details on home video releases of The Internship...

Home Video Notes: The Internship

Release Date: 22 October 2013

The Internship releases to home video (Blu-ray/DVD Combo Pack) with the following extras:

- Any Given Monday

- Theatrical and Unrated Audio Commentary with Shawn Levy

- Sneak Peeks

- Deleted Scenes

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Bleudog1543 says: Jun. 09, 2013

Why put a strip club scene in this movie? It would’ve been much more enjoyable and funny without it. It seemed oddly placed and awkward. This movie was enjoyable but when that scene came up it was uncomfortable to watch especially since I was there with my son. Ejaculate all over a kid’s pants? Not something you want to see when you’re sitting next to your son/mom.

The scene with Will Farrell was bit much too. I was excited when I saw his cameo appearance at first but the content of the dialog was just unnecessary. For guys who are so funny watching them go for the cheap laugh was, I think, degrading to their talent. It was basically like watching Will Farrell do a really bad Chris Rock impersonation. I mean anal sex? Really? Was that really necessary in a PG-13 movie?

The best thing about this movie (and I can’t believe I’m going to say this because admittedly I’m not his biggest fan) is Owen Wilson. He really did carry this movie.

I love Vince Vaughn and he didn’t disappoint in this movie but he didn’t excel either, he was “Vince Vaughn” that’s all.  I can’t say it’s one of those I’m looking forward to seeing again, once was enough for me and probably too much for my son.

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