The Internship (2013)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 59 mins

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Salesmen Billy and Nick find themselves unemployed in the digital world. In a bid to prove their competence, they try to bag an internship at Google, where they must beat some tech-savvy geniuses.
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Did you know? Google let the production to shoot for five days at the Googleplex Headquarters, but most of film was shot at the Georgia Institute of Technology at Atlanta, where the film crew made the set look as accurate as the real one. Read More
Surprisingly heart-warming
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A long Google commercial, with a comedy attached
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Expletives and recreational excesses
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Moments of sentiment
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Rivals the aggressively bland
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as Nick
as Billy
Supporting Actor
as Eleanor
Supporting Actor
as Sal
as Yo-Yo's Mom
as Stuart Twombly
as Sid
as Bob Williams
as Zach
as Marielena
as Female Customer
Supporting Actress
Supporting Actor
as Lyle
Supporting Actor
as Graham Hawtrey
Supporting Actress
as Snitch
as Neha
as Yo-Yo Santos

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Director of Photography

Music

Music Director

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Art Director
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Casting

Casting Director

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Costume Designer

Editorial

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Post Production Supervisor
Film Type:
Feature
Language:
English
Colour Info:
Color
Sound Mix:
Datasat Digital Sound, Dolby Digital
Camera:
ARRI ALEXA Studio
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Aspect Ratio:
2.35:1
Stereoscopy:
No
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Trivia:
Google let the production to shoot for five days at the Googleplex Headquarters, but most of film was shot at the Georgia Institute of Technology at Atlanta, where the film crew made the set look as accurate as the real one.

Although Google didn't pay to be in the movie, the company was allowed control over how their products were to be depicted. For example, the filmmakers wanted a scene where the self-driving car crashes, but Google wanted the scene removed, because the product hadn't launched yet.

One hundred real Google employees were used as extras in the film.

Will Ferrell's neck tattoo is neither in Sanskrit nor in Hindi. It reads " Make reasonable choices", but it is basically English written in Devanagari form (with spelling mistakes) instead of Roman form.