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Set It Up (2018)

Two corporate executive assistants hatch a plan to match-make their two bosses.

IMDB: 6.73 Likes

  • Genre: Comedy | Romance
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 888.30M
  • Resolution: 1280*800 / 23.976 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 105
  • IMDB Rating: 6.7/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 54 / 682

The Synopsis for Set It Up (2018) 720p

Two young assistants in New York City realize they can make their lives easier by setting up their workaholics bosses to date. While trying to perpetuate this romantic ruse between their nightmare bosses, the assistants realize they might be right for each other.

The Director and Players for Set It Up (2018) 720p

[Director]Claire Scanlon
[Role:]Zoey Deutch
[Role:]Lucy Liu
[Role:]Pete Davidson

The Reviews for Set It Up (2018) 720p

A Harmless Rom-ComReviewed byKJ ProulxVote: 7/10

Romantic comedies fall into the category of being extremely unpredictable because there are so many of them that look generic from their trailers. It's hard to tell if they're going to be great or downright dreadful. Not that I was looking forward to one of Netflix's most recent features in Set It Up, but the cast alone is what had me giving it a chance. This was a very strange viewing experience for me, due to the fact that I would barely call it a solid movie, but I loved watching it anyways. Set It Up is actually a movie that I would recommend to most people, but would also include an asterisk. Here's why I believe it deserves your time, but also why you shouldn't expect too much.

Following Harper and Charlie, as they assist their needy bosses in everyday tasks throughout the office, these two form a plan to get their bosses to fall in love with each other in order to give themselves more free time, possibly finding a relationship of their very own in the process. The premise itself is very streamlined and nothing all that interesting comes of it, so it's hard to recommend a movie that you can call every shot to as it progresses, but quite honestly, this is a movie that benefits so heavily from its two leading performers that it warrants a recommendation from me in the end.

Zoey Deutch has always impressed me, from her appearance in a lacklustre movie like Dirty Grandpa or a standout role in Everybody Wants Some!!, I have been rooting for this actress to become a star, and while this movie definitely won't get her noticed, her performance is beyond likable. On top of that, Glen Powell plays off her performance in superb a surprising ways and found myself grinning from ear to ear whenever they were on screen together. If for nothing else, I can confidently say that I'd be shocked if someone complained about their chemistry here. That being said, as I mentioned before, you kind of expect where the movie ends.

The one major drawback of this film is the fact that you will be predicting each scene before it happens, due to the fact that the movie moves along in a very formulaic way. That being said, I was able to forgive this movie for being wholly unoriginal because it pretty much embraces the fact that everyone's going to guess where each character ends up. Set It Up is loaded with a slew of character moments that were quite memorable, at least for myself. Even their bosses, played by Taye Diggs and Lucy Liu, had their moments to shine. Their chemistry worked for me as well. Movies like this rely heavily on whether or not you like the characters, so for that reason alone, I found myself loving my experience with this movie, but the movie itself isn't something I would say I love upon reflection.

Set It Up tries very hard to differentiate itself from many other films in its genre, but ultimately fails to impress, even though the characters are very well-rounded in my opinion. From the screenplay to the direction, everything about this film feels superbly average, so if you're looking to be blown away by a great romantic comedy, then I suggest looking elsewhere. If you can accept a generic plot and simply enjoy watching some great characters evolve for 105 minutes, then I think you'll get a kick out of this move like I did. Set It Up is a movie that'll probably be forgotten when this year comes to a close, but I think it deserves a little more than that.

It's like any Rom-Com you've ever seenReviewed byJared_AndrewsVote: 5/10

Set It Up tells the story of-you're never going to believe this-a set up.

Two overworked and underappreciated assistants, Harper (Zoey Deutch) and Charlie (Glen Powell), serendipitously meet one night while working their typical late nights for their big shot bosses. After a brief exchange, they realize that they could give themselves more free time if their bosses started dating each other, so they agree to play matchmaker.

Their scheme begins with an initial meet cute that was less than stellar, but it was enough ignite a spark. The relationship is off and running, and Harper and Charlie guide their bosses along every step of the way.

Harper's boss (Lucy Liu) is mercilessly competitive and career driven, never giving a moment to consider her romantic life. Charlie's boss (Taye Diggs) is divorced, selfish and has some serious rage issues that are supposed to come across as humorous but are actually fairly alarming. They're far from an ideal pairing, but thanks to Harper and Charlie's "coaching," they hit it off.

Harper and Charlie spend more and more time together, becoming close friends as they successfully trick their bosses into falling in fake love, while they themselves possibly experience something real.

Let's be honest. Romantic comedies aren't ripe for spoilers because they're all predictable. This one isn't 100% that way, but you can probably guess where the story is headed.

Despite it's predictability and lack of originality, it's still mostly watchable. The two stars have natural on-screen chemistry, first as strangers, then as friends and so on. They're instantly likable individually and even more so when sharing a scene.

Although story isn't a strength of the film, the dialogue is quotable and the character development certainly isn't entirely weak. The bosses feel like trite phony concepts of successful movie bosses. They're abrasive, unfeeling monsters that inexplicably climb the success ladder without an ounce of people skills.

But the assistants feel like real people. They're competent yet flawed, courageous yet afraid, insulting yet caring. They mean well, even if they aren't always successful in their pursuits. Neither one is perfect, but they're a pretty much perfect set up team.

Ultimately, those two save what might have otherwise been a dull, run-of-the-mill rom-com. Thanks to them, it's one of the better movies of its genre that you'll find on Netflix.

Not too funny rom-comReviewed byWizard-8Vote: 4/10

I feel I should first admit that romantic comedies are usually not my cup of tea. The reason why I sat down to watch this particular one was that it had Lucy Liu in the cast, and she is in my favorite television show, "Elementary". Liu is pretty good in this movie, making her character a believably hard and demanding boss while at the same time not going overboard so much to make her come across as hateful and unlikable. The other thing about the movie I appreciated was that the ending of the movie doesn't quite end up wrapping everything up in a way that you may be expecting. But apart from those two things, I didn't particularly enjoy the movie. The two young leads in the movie are too jokey and broad in their performances, enough so that they come across as annoying simpletons. The story is also thin in a number of aspects, and it's made worse by a running time (105 minutes) that is too long for its own good. Also, apart from a few mild chuckles, the movie simply isn't all that funny, with its humor being very predictable and familiar. In the end, you'll probably be saying "Turn it off!" to "Set It Up" long before its end credits start to roll.

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