I didn't see a past thread here, and I tried searching, so I made my own. Please merge if necessary... It might not be a 2-hour Informercial for Google... But it sure as hell is a recruitment video. Whoa, there's a ROCKET IN THEIR LOBBY! The food is FREE!!!!! Holy crap, there's a slide! They have crazy pods! They play Quidditch!!!! This place rocks! I want to work there! I was actually kind of shocked they allowed Apple Computers in certain scenes... They sure as hell used Samsung Chromebooks, though. I don't have the vitriol toward Vince Vaughn that you do, but this story has been done a thousand times. This seemed like an idea Vince had for a story, and he got a company like Google to help finance it in return for making their company look great. BTW, have we found your Googleness yet? I thought the intern boss was too much of a hard-ass on these two slackers dudes. I don't know. He seemed like he should've been the real heavy and not the nerdy kids. And the big bearded programmer who worked on Google Search (Fuck you, spoilers... This movie is predictable)... Oh, that's Josh Gad... he delivered his lines like he was an actual programmer at Google, spreading Googleness. Googleness. Fuck you. It should be mocked (Guess I'm never working for Google). But again... Hmm... You know, this felt like Dodgeball with Google. And that Indian chick.... Jesus H. Christ. I honestly thought Vince Vaughn was going to bone her in some sick, depraved way. It felt like they were revving up to that part. And in regards to your spoilers... Spoiler The split up/get back together scene is such a trope in romantic comedies and hard luck/lovable loser storylines. It's comical. Instead of breaking up,. keep the Intern Boss the hardass. The split up/get back together extended the runtime of this film too much. This was a 2 hour movie. It should've been 1:40 tops... But then again, you wouldn't have seen sweet things like how Google have bikes on campus, and seeping pods, and really awesome working conditions, and hearing that they were one of the best companies in the United States to work for according to Fortune 500 (That fucking line was written by a suit at Google and it made me fucking ill). My reaction to the last challenge being sales wasn't laughter... It was "OF FUCKING COURSE... YOU PREDICTABLE PIECE OF SHIT HACK MOVIE!" Then I asked "Why would interns have to sell anyway?" You're not training salesmen, you're training programmers who have the social skills of gnats. Hell, Josh Gad played a dude who was not a fucking people person. Does Googleness mean you have to also be a salesman? No, it means working long hours and having access to everyone' s schedule so you can cyber-stalk them. Having Googleness means a car driving around campus without a driver. And yeah, they had over 300 interns, and the only effective teams were the rich kid team and that team of degenerates who came together in the face of adversity. The other people, while fighting for a coveted spot at landing what seems to be a pretty sweet gig at the greatest company that has ever lived, cheer the lovable losers because they were passed over. Yeah, that makes sense. "Oh look, I tried my best, but I'm totally cool not landing a gig at Google because those misfits got it because they learned a moral lesson or some such bullshit. Yeah, cool. Oh, the Samsung Galaxy spokesman in this film? Seriously... Worst Actor Ever. He was really bad. His goofiness went over like a fart in church. He tried way too fucking hard. He was only cast because he's a spokesman, and it showed. Not good. Not good at all. So yeah, LiddyRules, the ball is in your court.