The Intern Passes

Experience never gets old.
The Intern

Dissatisfied with retirement, a 70-year-old widower (Robert De Niro) takes an internship at an online fashion site and develops a special bond with his young and attractive boss (Anne Hathaway).

On Tuesday, September 22, Movie Scene Queen will be hosting a screening of The Intern in the Waterfront at 7:30 PM.  Please comment below with your favorite Robert De Niro moment.  I am fond of the Meet The Parents movie series– Meet the Parents (2000), Meet the Fockers (2004), and Little Fockers (2010).  I thought Robert De Niro was surprisingly fresh and funny.

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Movie Scene Queen

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  1. I love when he and Jennifer lawrence talk about the eagles in silver linings playbook! Amazing movie, can’t wait to see this one!

  2. Although it is almost impossible to choose. I would have to his performance in Silver Linings Playbook was my favorite thus far. The moment when he is emotional and vulnerable is very heart melting. I am a sucker for sad movies!

  3. I just love Robert deNiro and Anne Hathaway — the two of them together should be . . . wait for it . . . LEGENDARY – I loved him in Silver Linings Playbook

  4. I love casino even though it’s the longest movie ever I will watch it over and over again like its the first time seeing it. I hated how much he was In love with ginger even though she was trash but he handled things like a boss.

  5. I would say Meet the Parents was one of my favorites with Robert DeNiro. Would live to see The Intern on a advanced screening.Thanks!

  6. I liked Robert Denied in Las Vegas and especially liked him in Meet the Parents. I appreciate the opportunity to see The Intern!

  7. Goodfellas! He is always great at playing a gangster be it Goodfellas, Heat, Casino, etc. He always has that little bit of humor that shines through the tough guy roles.

  8. Backdraft or Godfather II. He was extremely funny in the Meet the Parents movies and the Analyze This movies. I think he will be wonderful in The Intern!

  9. I still love him as Jake LaMotta from Raging Bull and when he gives the eponymous speech ending with ‘That’s Entertainment’ and yes, Robert DeNiro, yes it is!!!!! I soooo want to screen this new movie!!

  10. I always loved him in Raging Bull as Jake LaMotta, my favorite and most memorable performance, especially the scene where he gives the eponymous speech ending with ‘that’s entertainment’ and I just say yes, it sure is Robert DeNiro! I sooooo want to see the screening!!!!!!

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