'It is perfect!' Netflix viewers go gaga over the site's new Lucy Liu movie Set It Up, with some even labeling it the 'BEST rom-com they have ever seen'
- The movie stars Zoey Deutch, 23, and Glen Powell, 29, who play two stressed-out personal assistants living in New York City
- Lucy, 49, plays one of the bosses in the movie, who is set up with another high-powered executive, played by Taye Diggs, 47
- It aired Friday and since its debut, fans of the film have taken to Twitter to share how much they love the movie, with many already calling for a sequel
Netflix viewers are feeling the love thanks to the site's latest original movie release - which is being hailed as one of the industry's 'best ever rom-coms'.
The movie, which takes place in New York, stars the likes of Lucy Liu, Zoey Deutch, and Glen Powell, follows two assistants, Harper and Charlie, played by Zoey, 23, and Glen, 29, who come up with a plan to set their bosses - portrayed by Lucy, 49, and Taye Diggs, 47 - up in order to give themselves more free time.
Without giving too much away, their plan has a few hiccups down the road but the characters have some adorable moments and hilarious one-liners throughout the film, which was directed by Claire Scanlon and written by Katie Silberman.
It's a hit! Netflix viewers are obsessing over the site's newest original movie release, Set It Up, which stars actress Lucy Liu
Romantic: The movie stars Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell, who play two assistants trying to get their bosses to fall for each other
And it seems the world can't get enough of the romantic comedy, and its all-star cast, with Netflix subscribers quickly taking to Twitter to voice their love of the sweet film within hours of its premiere on Friday.
The fun flick has even received a 92 per cent rating on Rotten Tomatoes - while some social media users have hailed it as one of the best rom-coms they have ever seen.
One person wrote in a Twitter post: '#SetItUp is the best rom-com I've seen in a while, I need more rom-coms in my life, please @ film industry.'
And more people shared the same sentiment and posted their opinion on the movie with one person who tweeted that the film was 'everything' she could want in a romantic comedy.
The tweet said: 'So I watched #SetItUp on Netflix this morning and oh my God it was everything I want in a rom-com. It's perfect. I wouldn't change a thing. Thank you, Netflix.'
Another person wrote: 'Y'all Netflix put out this movie called Set It Up and its the most wholesome and adorable rom-com I've ever seen please watch it.'
Need more: One person tweeted that Set It Up was the best rom-com she's seen in a while
Perfection: And another person said that it was 'everything' she could want in a rom-com
Movie advice: Another person used to social media platform to tell people they should watch it, if they haven't done so already
And one person loved the movie so much, she asked if it was socially acceptable if she could watch it on repeat.
She tweeted: '#SetItUp can I watch this on repeat? I think this may be my new fave rom-com,' while another person quoted one of the best lines from the film and said how sweet she thought it was.
She said: '"You are not hard to get...at all! You are hard to earn. That's so much better!" Why do I find this so incredibly sweet?!?'
And another tweet said: 'I can't remember the last time I saw a rom-com for the first time and thought "Well, I will be watching that again and again." It's so good!'
Repeat: One fan said she was going to keep watching the film because it was her new favorite rom-com
Adorable: Another person posted a line from the film and mentioned how 'incredibly sweet' it was
Never stopping: Another person also said she would be watching it over and over again because it was that good
And another fan of the film went so far to say that the movie was Netflix's first great romantic comedy.
She said: '#SetItUp is @Netflix's first great rom-com and I am obsessed. The pizza scene will go down as one of the all-time greatest rom-com scenes of all time.'
And one person pleaded with those who have yet to see the film saying that it was a film capable of bringing back the classic 'chick flick feels'.
She tweeted: 'Y'all!!! Go watch Set It Up on @Netflix now! It's super cute! it brings back that classic chick flick feels that makes you all gooey and giddy and warm and fuzzy by the end of the film!'
People have also taken to Netflix to express their love for the film with one review that said: 'The acting and cast were spot on, the lines and jokes were funny and fresh and I was laughing aloud throughout the movie! Very entertaining. Watch it!!'
And another review said: 'A delightful reminder that the rom-com genre is not completely dead. Refreshing take on the bean bosses angle. Loved Lucy Lui and Taye Diggs' characters.'
Iconic: One person paid homage to the 'pizza scene' saying that it will go down as one of the greatest rom-com scenes
Classic: One person recommend the movie because it bring back 'that classic chick flick feels'
Part Two: And Twitter user @SujTej loved the film so much, she already asked Netflix for a sequel
And one person loved the movie so much that she tweeted Netflix asking for a second version of the film from the perspective Lucy Lui and Taye Diggs.
But as it turns out, she isn't the only on board for a sequel because right after the film was released on Netflix, Zoey posted a picture on Instagram of her and her co-star Glen asking if they would get to make a second.
The caption said: 'So ummm... do we get to make a second or wut @netflix.' There's no word yet on if there will be a sequel but for fans itching for more sweet and funny romantic comedies, Netflix has you covered.
In February, Netflix released Irreplaceable You, which left fans of the film unable to stop commenting on the 'heartbreaking feature,' with some going as far as to say that they were 'destroyed' and 'crying rivers' after watching.
And just last month, the streaming site released another romantic comedy called The Kissing Booth, which according to executives, is one of the most watched films right now on Netflix.