For example, in the movie the interns are separated into teams that compete in various contests -- including the mythical Harry Potter sport of Quidditch -- to win full-time jobs at Google. The company says this is not actually part of its real-life internship program.
"It couldn't have been more opposite than my own experience," said former Google intern Raymond Braun, who now works full time at the company. "The whole competitive, mean-spirited facet of the Internship program didn't resonate with me."
In reality, the Google Internship program is less "Battle Royale" and more "Oceans 11," with each intern a key part of a tight-knit, collaborative team. Even so, Braun old CNN he enjoyed the movie and thinks it accurately captures the excitement and passion of Google's employees.
"I think that's it really fun to see the place where you work depicted on the big screen," he said.