FILM REVIEW: 'SET IT UP'

Old-fashioned date movies don’t fill mall multiplexes the way they did a decade or two ago, before megabudget tentpoles subsumed the bulk of adult moviegoing, but they appear to have a future on Netflix — for couples, at least, who have already reached the staying-in point in their relationship. A sunny, innocuous romcom that matches […]

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