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AARP Wyoming’s Movies for Grownups Presents “The Intern”

AARP Wyoming will offer a free screening of the movie, “The Intern,” at 1:30 p.m. on Monday, July 16 at The Cody Council on Aging Senior Center, 613 16th St., Cody.

The movie is presented through AARP’s Movies for Grownups series, which seeks to fight social isolation in those aged 50 and over. The movie is offered free to the public, with AARP also providing a snack.

Seating is limited by the size of the Senior Center, and attendees are asked to register at:

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According to AARP film critic, Bill Newcott, Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway star in the movie, “The Intern,” with De Niro starring as Ben, a retired, widowed phone book company executive signing up for a "senior internship" position with a thriving Brooklyn online fashion company run by Jules — a hard-driving young executive played to perfection by Anne Hathaway (she of the biggest eyes since Bambi). The film tackles ageism and sexism in the workplace; intergenerational relationships; marital pressures; dating at 50-plus; corporate chicanery; and the infuriating way technology simultaneously links and divides us.

To read AARP Movie Critic Bill Newcott’s full review, click here or visit:

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