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The Intern

kfwmpgaq9fdrg0drjhwvdxfuoymb9q2e4id2ibgb02vq6bspnpkrde8jvxfg1t79Trans-Atlantic flying has gotten a little more tolerable with the almost limitless supply of movies on each passenger’s personal screen.  All the more so when you come across one of those rare productions that provide everything you could possibly want from a movie.

The Intern, starring Robert DeNiro and Anne Hathaway, showcases Hollywood at its best.  It’s clever, it’s clean, it carries you along effortlessly and leaves you happy and hopeful that maybe, just maybe, the world is not tottering on the brink of cultural implosion after all.

Robert DeNiro is eminently believable as a 70-year-old widower who finds himself working for an edgy, high-tech start-up and turns the business on it’s head with his old-fashioned work ethic and traditional, common sense values.  Without sermonics or sentimentality, the film endorses the follow-your-dream mentality while simultaneously deflating the myth that you can have it all.

Loyalty, self-discipline, personal responsibility, and the wisdom of experience, all in a major motion picture.  Who woulda thought?


  1. Sydney Chase says:


    Not on Netflix.




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