Anne Hathaway stars as the 30-something CEO of an online retail startup.
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The world of Nancy Meyers sure is beautiful."The Intern," her first film in six years, is a curious case, melding together those modern retro sensibilities in a way that even further distances her work from reality.There are some issues that Jules and Ben must deal with, but those are minor.It can be cloying at times, but the disconnected timelessness of it all is all the more reason for Meyers to keep doing her own thing as long as she can. Still, in keeping everything so polite, "The Intern," while being a pleasant and watchable movie, is also entirely ephemeral.Maybe that's why, like Meyers' other films, "The Intern" will likely be so re-watchable, too.
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