The Intern (2015)
70-year-old widower Ben Whittaker 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.
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Such a frustrating disappointment
One hour and a half of nothing
Good concept, poorly executed.
This film is so real. It treats its characters with so much care and sensitivity.
This film was an easy to watch, heartwarming story... until the last 15 minutes which were poor, weakened Jules character and made little sense
That was the best film I saw after some time. All the chaharacters did their job excellently.
At first glance this movie seems like a decent movie but it's really not...Synopsis: A privilege white woman with mommy issues and too much opportunity starts a business off an unoriginal idea (cause online clothes shopping is nothing new), gets sad when she's too successful and starts an inappropriate friendship with an old intern who decided that a life time of working and having the chance to actually retire is too boring in a world where millions of people can only dream of retirement one day and decides to apply to work for said white woman for free.Said woman is riddled with guilt about her success because her spoiled hipster husband stays at home, contributes nothing but minimal parenting responsibility and then decides to cheat because his ego is so fragile that he can't stand his wife being a successful human being. Over the course of a month (or maybe 2?) nothing changes except that said woman stays with piece of child man child after a half ass apology. Old guy who had a lifetime of happiness with his now deceased wife gets a girlfriend because being alone is bad. Ends with Tai Chi session in a park in downtown New York (somehow?) to symbolize how hard life is for white people and sometimes you just need to appropriate Chinese culture to make yourself feel better.Overall, this movie has no substance to it. But the cast is nice to look at, I guess.
This is a great movie for the younger generation to learn good work ethics, And the older generation to understand the younger generation!! It was a little slow, but fun to watch!!