MANILA, Philippines - After the box-office success of The Wedding Crashers, one knew it would only be a matter of time before Hollywood would dutifully reprise the unique chemistry between Fratpack members Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson.

Directed by Shawn Levy (who brought us the Night at the Museum films and Real Steel), and with a screenplay co-written by Vince and Jared Stern, The Internship once again portrays the amiable duo as “bulls in a china shop.” This time out, as over-the-hill, obsolete watch salesmen forced to accept it’s the digital age, where everything is happening online. And how better to represent this, than to have the two apply for the internship program at Google HQ in San Francisco, where they’re being pitted against the barely out of their teens geeks of the world.

The clash between the “old-school” attitude of Billy (Vince) and Nick (Owen), and the techie language of the kids is ripe fodder for the comedy that’s dished out. The geeks reference Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, X-Men and Star Wars, among other cultural signposts, while Billy goes to Flashdance for inspiration. There is a romantic angle, and yes, Owen provides this, with Dana (the charming Rose Byrne), a Google senior manager, who’s a workaholic. She sees Nick as the epitome of all the bad dates she missed out on over the years, thanks to her obsessive work ethic. There are cameos by other Fratpack members, and John Goodman, as the owner of the defunct watch distribution company. The kids who team up with our duo, and those competing for the openings.