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There’s a definite lived-in quality to “Set It Up,” which details the lives of two corporate assistants as they endeavor to decrease the level of insanity they endure every day from their bosses. Screenwriter Katie Silberman seems to funnel plenty of personal experience with demanding superiors into the work, which is always at its best when exploring the hectic pace of the day when its filled with inane tasks and frustrations. However, the story for “Set It Up” isn’t nearly as inspired, with Silberman using romantic comedy formula as a way into warmth, desperate to make the picture appealing via young people in love when its most engaging exploring terrible behavior. Little here is inspired, finding Silberman often resorting to dumb gags when she seems capable of delivering sharper focus on the painful particulars of life as an overworked underling.  Read the rest at


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