The Interns by New Sensations - review by Airen Wolf

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A Cat Fight That Leads To Kissing

If you like to watch women behaving like mean spirited bitches straight out of the annals of any high school then this is the movie for you.
For me I don't like soap opera like twists and backstabbing plots so this movie will probably become a gift to someone who can appreciate this sort of flick.
The sex scenes are between beautiful women who seem to be enjoying themselves and have good chemistry but they drag on an unnecessarily long time.
Beautiful actresses
Good chemistry between the actresses
Extreme bitchiness is a turn off
Scenes are repetitive and too long
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review

"The Interns" by New Sensations is a soap opera like movie about a fashion magazine Editor in Chief and her interns. In this movie Julia Ann maniacally forces her interns to do whatever it takes to prove how badly they want to keep their jobs.
The interns are played by Samantha Ryan, Zoe Britton, Allie Haze, Avy Scott, Sarah Stone, Michelle lay, Charlie Laine, and Violet Monroe.

The first scene begins with Avy Scott and Samantha Ryan discussing some fashion sketches. A spilled glass of wine later the sex scene begins. This is a long scene and I eventually began fast forwarding just to get through it. The women are loud and the orgasms had a forced feel to them that left me uninspired. The women are beautiful but that really isn't enough to satisfy me.

The second scene takes place in the offices of the magazine. There is no sex but there is a whole lot of bitchiness and women behaving like cats. This was about the point where the plot lost me and I was ready to turn off the machine. I continued for the sake of the review but if I hadn't decided to review this movie I would have filed it away. Movies where women are portrayed as typical mean backstabbing bitches bore me to tears, this movie was no exception.

The third scene takes place in a photographer's studio where the women act just as horribly but soon begin to fondle and disrobe. The sex scene that follows is long, drawn out and LOUD. After just three scenes and only two of them being sex scenes the movie is nearly half over! Even though this is a threesome I found little to capture the attention.

Scene four was the best scene in my opinion. In this scene Julia Ann and Samantha Ryan are discussing business when Julia Ann asks for some advice on how to be sexy enough to stop her husband from cheating. The sex scene that follows is seductive, sweet and slower paced. It is very sensual and easy to watch, easily becoming the best scene for me in the entire movie.

Scene five is more bitchiness, this time in the ladies restroom. There is no sex scene attached to this scene and it is a bit jarring.

The next scene takes place in an apartment and is sort of strange. The two women (Zoe Britton and Allie Haze) plot to take down Samantha. We learn that the women in the restroom were lying and a sex scene evolves from the discussion. This was pretty laughable for me as I have been in many situations where I was feeling stressed and in 'plotting' mode with a female friend and we never ended up pouring champagne on each other! Still the two women did seem to enjoy themselves and it wasn't an overly long scene.

In scene 7 Julia Ann stops by Ruth's (Zoe Britton) office to ask for her support and offers her a promotion and some extra perks if she will say yes. Ruth wants to know what had Samantha screaming with pleasure during the last meeting she had with Julia Ann. She is aggressive and Julia Ann shows her what she is made of. This is another extremely long scene that, to my mind is actually too long. I got bored about 15 minutes in and had to fast forward the last 15 minutes or so.

Finally the movie ends with Samantha on the phone to an obviously sick female promising to do whatever it takes to pay the bills and get them through their troubles.

While this movie makes an attempt at a credible plot the women are portrayed as complete bitches with little to no redeeming qualities. They are not easy to identify with nor are they likable in any fashion. This marred the film for me and the repetitive, long and sometimes boring sex scenes virtually guaranteed I wouldn't be watching this many more times.
All the women are extremely beautiful and talented this just isn't the sort of movie that appeals to me. The technical side of the movie I can't find much fault in the lighting is superbe and the sound is well done.
There is a bonus scene with Ashlynn Brooke and Franziska Facella that involves some toys making it easily the most interesting scene to me. It's just too bad it wasn't included in the movie proper.
Follow-up commentary
While I haven't actually given this one away I can't say that I actually really like it. The thing is I keep bringing it out every once in a while just to watch the bitchiness and cliche storyline. It's strange but it kind of sticks in my mind and can provide a bit of fluffy entertainment when I am alone and nothing is on tv...
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  • Purpleladybug
    Thanks for the review!
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    Thanks for breaking down this by scene!
  • Talena
    Thanks for the great review!
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