Movie Review: The Intern

Movie Review: The Intern

The Intern movie is about a well-off retired widower is bored with his life so he decided to apply as a Senior Intern at a fashion company.


The movie “The Intern” is a light, funny, movie, but with a deep message about what the old practices can still be important to our generation today and the work and life balance. As expected of a Nancy Meyer’s movie its her signature to make a film that is easy to watch but will hit your heart and make everyone relate with the main characters. 

The collaboration of Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro adds up the charm of this movie. As the movie goes on you’ll get to know Jules Ostin (Anne Hathaway) and love her even more. Along with the movie you’ll get to know the other cast as they were introduced along with the story. 

This movie may look like another version of Devil’s wear Prada but this one is a complete opposite.

The approach of the movie is unexpected. At first you’ll think that the theatrical role of Anne Hathaway  is the intern and as you discovered that Robert De Niro is the intern, you’ll conclude the typical scenes the struggle of old people working with Millennials. In connection, Nancy Meyer wrote and narrated the story that made it more interesting and unforgettable.
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