Between the free coffee, fruit and bagels, the campus bikes and the nap-pods, I wanted to fill out an application.

Vaughn's Billy is once again able to fast talk his way into and out of more jams than most people have in a lifetime — his stint on the Google help line is one of the film's finer moments.

Wilson lays on his aw-shucks boyish charm, and once again is in line to get the good girl. She's an A-type Google exec played by Rose Byrne, who actually uses her Aussie accent for a change, although the part is one-dimensional, requiring her to be paperdoll-pretty — no real acting required.

Now to those lessons learned. If "The Internship" taught me anything, it is not about aging in the new age, but that Google, not Disneyland, is the happiest place on Earth. For Vaughn and Wilson it should be about coming up with new, really new material before they take their show on the road again.

betsy.sharkey@latimes.com

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'The Internship'

MPAA rating: PG-13 for sexuality, some crude humor, partying and language

Running time: 2 hours

Playing: In general release