Review of: Set It Up

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Set It Up

Set It Up: Komödie/Liebesfilm von Juliet Berman/Justin Nappi mit Titus Burgess/Jon Rudnitsky/Glen Powell. Auf DVD und Blu-Ray. Set It Up. Spielfilm. Synchronfirma: SDI Media Germany GmbH, Berlin. Dialogbuch: Tanja Schmitz. Dialogregie: Tanja Schmitz. Anzahl Sprechrollen: Zoey Deutch und Glen Powell haben in der Netflix-Komödie Set It Up genug von ihren Chefs und beschließen kurzerhand, den beiden zu einer Romanze zu.

Besetzung & Stab: Set It Up

Zoey Deutch und Glen Powell haben in der Netflix-Komödie Set It Up genug von ihren Chefs und beschließen kurzerhand, den beiden zu einer Romanze zu. „Set It Up“, USA, Regie: Claire Scanlon; Drehbuch: Katie Silberman; Musik: Laura Karpman Darsteller: Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Lucy. Besetzung und Stab von Set It Up, Regisseur: Claire Scanlon. Besetzung: Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Lucy Liu, Taye Diggs.

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Isn't It Romantic. Lucy Liu. Wie bewertest du den Film? Adams äpfel Kinox Versions. You know what the end result is gonna be and there's no deviation from that. Well, mix the arrogant boss from that, times 2, with your typical rom-com and you get Set It Up, about two browbeaten assistants who team up to hook their bosses up on the sly.

Young adults and teens will love this. Kevin M. W Super Reviewer. Aug 10, You know, if you were to have asked me what my least favorite film genres were, I'd have said rom-coms and evil child horror movies though that's a really a subgenre.

I think the perception of rom-coms being sentimental cheesefests was something that was just too much for me to take.

But, in all honesty, I've come to the conclusion that I don't really have anything against the romantic comedy genre itself. The reason I've come to this conclusion is because of my constant criticism of people who shower blanket criticisms at the found footage genre.

That there are bad movies using the found footage style cannot be denied, but that shouldn't be used to justify disdain for a genre that can be used to really cool effects.

It all depends on the crew behind that particular film. If they're committed to putting forth a quality product, who gives a shit what style of filmmaking they use???

By that same token, I've realized that, obviously, I hate bad movies more than I hate the rom-com genre. I've seen some bad rom-coms in my day.

Just like I've seen some bad action movies in my day. Just like I've seen some bad sci-fi movies. I could go on and on. The problem isn't the 'limitations' of the genre, it's the quality of those films that should matter, not the genre they fit into.

The reason I bring this up in relevance to this flick is because, surprise surprise, this was a breezy and enjoyable romantic comedy. Interestingly enough, the concept of playing god is usually left for movies that can tackle those types of moral dilemmas like, say, sci-fi or even horror movies.

You don't expect this in a romantic comedy. Though, of course, if I'm being fair, this movie doesn't really look at the complexities of playing god.

It obviously use the concept in a more one-dimensional way and I've got absolutely no problem with that. I think it would have been weird if the movie tried to be this cute, light-hearted rom-com while also exploring the ideas of whether or not it's morally correct to play god with people's lives.

The concept is certainly decent enough and they do get more mileage out of it than I would have anticipated.

These two overworked assistants team up in order to set up their bosses so they can have some time alone to themselves.

Be able to rest, spend time with their loved ones, go on dates, etc. Of course, however, there's also the typical 'will they, won't they?

Though, to be fair, I think the movie does a good job at not rushing into that, doing so at a point later in the film than what you'd normally expect from this type of movie.

So I have to given them props for that, since a lot of these movies would probably start teasing it earlier, with quick glances, little moments between Harper and Charlie that would have given the end result away.

Not that there's any sort of unpredictability in this movie. You know what the end result is gonna be and there's no deviation from that.

But delaying the inevitable was a small touch that I liked. I also do like, and this might not be necessarily unique to this movie, but how it explores the idea of how well do you really know the person that you're with.

For example, Charlie is in this relationship with Suze, a model or something, and they know nothing about each other.

This, of course, it's explore in 'greater depth' later in the movie when Kirsten Harper's boss is in love and close to marrying Rick Charlie's boss without really knowing much about each other.

I put greater depth in quotation marks because there's nothing much to it, but it is present in the movie regardless. Obviously, however, this movie greatly benefits from a strong script and a committed cast to carry things out.

Zoey Dutch and Glen Powell have great chemistry, they play off each other very nicely. Zoey Dutch, honestly, is kind of adorable, but she's also a good performer.

She's quick on her feet, she's got very good comedic timing and, overall, she's just very good at what she does.

Same thing with Glen Powell, minus the adorable part though. Though I can see how others might find him adorable.

He seems like a very charming man. But, hey, I'm not here to talk about how I'm totally not man-crushing on Glen Powell. That's NOT what we're here to talk about.

Not in the slightest. Like I mentioned, the movie is well-written. The dialogue is strong but, really, you can have the best dialogue this side of Tarantino, but that dialogue is nothing if you don't have a cast willing to put in the work.

And, unless your reading comprehension skills are terrible, then you know that I've already given the cast more than their fair share of props. Though, of course, I haven't mentioned Taye Diggs and Lucy Liu.

Both are very good in their roles, of course, but they're the complementary pieces to Harper and Charlie. They're there to drive the plot forward so, sometimes, it feels like they're not really even real characters, but I do believe the movie does a good job at disguising it.

This is a minor issue since, again, I do think the movie gives them enough that's not related to what's happening in the 'main narrative' for them to feel like somewhat fleshed-out characters with motivations and needs.

Tituss Burgess has a small role as Creepy Tim, a janitor who helps set up Rick and Kirsten's first meeting and it's definitely a comedic highlight.

While I wish I would have seen more of Creepy Tim, I do think that his one scene ends up being more memorable because it's his only scene. Well, there's a mid-credits scene with him, but it's very short.

I don't really know what else to say. I don't think I have much to say with these types of flicks. Unless they're really bad or really great, then I don't think I'd have much of value to add.

I definitely enjoyed the movie. It's easy to sit through, with a fun cast and good script. It's not great, at least not by my standards, but if you want something that's light and frothy, then this would be a good choice.

Not much else to say. Cynics are obviously gonna hate this, but cynics gonna cynic. Jesse O Super Reviewer. Jun 26, A little patchy, but I felt like something light, and this suited my mood.

I liked the two leads and it was nice to see Lucy Liu in a movie again. Not the greatest if most original thing I ever saw, but I enjoyed it.

Nicki M Super Reviewer. Jun 19, 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!!

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.

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Netflix's romantic-comedy Set It Up charmed audiences with its meet-cute premise and charming characters. Here's the ten best quotes from the film. By Kristen Palamara Aug 14, Share. Set it Up is the perfect example of a broad romantic comedy done right. It adheres to the formula for the most part but isn't afraid to break it. It has its own style and moves to beat of its own. To set up a new personal Windows PC or laptop, carefully unpack it from its box, and connect your external keyboard and mouse if you have them. There will be instructions in the box if you need. Set It Up () cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. Directed by Claire Scanlon. With Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Lucy Liu, Taye Diggs. Two corporate. Best Netflix Series and Shows. Use the HTML below. It has its own style and Beautyklinik to beat of its own drum. First Atp Rome Live Stream. Black History Month. View All Critic Reviews Claire Scanlon. You know, if you were to have asked me what my least favorite film Trettmann Live were, I'd have said rom-coms and evil child horror movies though that's a really a subgenre. Full Cast and Crew. Sara Clements. October 9, Full Review…. More trailers.
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The Perfect Date. 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. KJ P Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews92%. V. To masterbate. (Inf. To set it up.) It was a fearsome sight indeed after the tower fell for the last time, after that, strip jenga was forever banned in the lounge. My name shall not go down in history as the guy who codified Strip Jenga. Guess again, Terrson. To assemble, erect, or organize something: The kids set up a tent in the backyard. I bought a new table, but I'm not sure how to set it up. We need to set up a good schedule for taking the kids to school. The scientist set up the data in rows and columns. I have all the supplies for the picnic, so let's set them up. Obwohl die jährige Harper und der jährige Charlie in unterschiedlichen Firmen arbeiten, haben sie dasselbe Problem. Ihre Chefs sind absolut unausstehliche Workaholics, die ihnen das Leben schwer machen. Gemeinsam beschließen sie deshalb. Zoey Deutch und Glen Powell haben in der Netflix-Komödie Set It Up genug von ihren Chefs und beschließen kurzerhand, den beiden zu einer Romanze zu. Set It Up ein Film von Claire Scanlon mit Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell. Inhaltsangabe: Die New Yorker Assistentin Harper (Zoey Deutch) leidet unter ihrer. Besetzung und Stab von Set It Up, Regisseur: Claire Scanlon. Besetzung: Zoey Deutch, Glen Powell, Lucy Liu, Taye Diggs.

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Und so vergeht dann auch kaum eine Woche, in der nicht irgendeine Liebeskomödie an den Start geht, immer in der Hoffnung, den nächsten Hit zu landen.
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