I saw this movie a few weeks ago and found it worthy of mention in the blog. So without further ...
Fellows ("The Internship" in the original version) is about two men, Billy (Vince Vaughn, who is also the producer of the film) and Nick (Owen Wilson). They are marketers, we could even say that to the top. But overnight, the company they work for bankruptcy, the result of not updating to current times. Thus, the two are out of work and without any idea or new technology Computing, which makes finding work even more complicated.
Until one day, Billy comes up with search "Google" into Google and discover that there is a scholarship program in the high technology company. So they decide to sign up, even without having any idea of technology or computer and checking value to business. All for getting work.
We are in a good comedy that has managed to leave the classic "grown man who wants to be young" and instead presents two adults who not only want to remain adults, but when faced with the failure of hills in Instead of falling, they decide to fight to get what they want, regardless.
After some films "technological-digital" guy like The Social Network or Jobs, where we tell a story based on real events and which are quite inspiring, we find a film that talks about Google, a company that until now has not appeared much in theaters. And it does not tell the story of the company, but in a kind of ad film-showing us how good and fun it is to work at Google. Seriously, Sergey Brin (founder of Google) to repeatedly appears as a cameo.
Logically, all phones we see in the film are Android, but an iPhone appears in a small scene that I prefer to discover it when you see yourself.
In short, we strive to show that Google is a young, fun, leader, and does not hesitate to take risks to succeed.
If you are addicted to social networks, internet and digital in general, more than likely enjoy this movie because of the "geek factor" that it represents.
Getting into Google should not be easy and less at 40. But the film comes to tell us that if we want to, we can, regardless of age or the knowledge we have. Everything is set and throw forward.
Here's the trailer.