See our picks. Two young assistants in New York City realize they can make their lives easier by setting up their workaholic bosses to date. While trying to perpetuate this romantic ruse between their nightmare bosses, the assistants realize they might be right for each other. Netflix's "Set It Up" - the debut feature of TV directing veteran Claire Scanlon while heavily pregnant - never quite innovates enough to push beyond the conventions of rom-com genre.
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But we'll get to that. Harper orders food for her boss without realizing the restaurant is cash-only. Their shared sense of humor is built on deadpan delivery and insulting remarks that are really secret statements of camaraderie. The script seems forever on the verge of combining all these details into a grand statement, probably a satirical one. But it never happens, and you're left wondering if the movie softened its own edges so as not to scare anyone off. Both carry themselves with crowd-pleasing swagger. But it plays differently on characters who are African-American and Chinese-American, and therefore had to fight their way into a corporate workplace that welcomed most white people of a certain social class. Meredith Tucker , who has cast many vivid ensembles , does wizardly work here.
The plot follows two overworked assistants who try to set up their demanding bosses on dates in New York City. The film was released on June 15, , by Netflix , to favorable reviews. Harper Moore is the year-old assistant to Kirsten Stevens, a former journalist and now editor of an online sports journalism empire. Charlie Young is a year-old assistant to the high-strung venture capitalist Rick Otis. Both work in the same building and meet one night when their bosses need dinner. Harper has ordered dinner for herself and Kirsten but has no cash on her to pay for it and Charlie, who was not able to order dinner for his boss, pays for it to give to Rick. After Harper tells him she will be fired if she does not return with food Charlie reluctantly allows her to take one of the meals. Meeting Charlie the next day to reimburse him for the cost of the food, Harper expresses surprise that Charlie would work for such an abrasive and demanding boss. Charlie reveals that Rick is well-connected and a recommendation from him would guarantee his financial success.