I don't know if it was caused by a glitch in Mass Effect 1 & 2 (can't quite remember 3), but the Krogan often looked at things with one eye, especially up close. This makes sense given the configuration of their eyes on the sides of their heads, causing underdeveloped binocular vision (meaning using both eyes to see one view). I know that this was not in Mass Effect: Andromeda, though, and it bugged me that they always looked at everything straight-on.
If it was intentional in ME1/2(/3), then the mistake was made in ME:A either by oversight or lack of development resources.
Don't discount discount actors.
For full disclosure, I don't like "romcoms" (romantic comedy shows). They always end up like Three's Company (which is probably before the times of a lot of people here).
History Lesson: Nearly every Three's Company episode was some scheme that either started because of a miscommunication or caused a miscommunication or both with the scheme typically having a different result than intended - all with a high predictability. The movie, Set It Up, is no different.
That said, the main actors are two people who have a slight resemblance to Emma Thompson and Ryan Reynolds. Their acting also had the same resemblance, almost as if the casting and direction wanted those to actors specifically but ended up going the "discount" route - using actors that resemble the intended cast for cheap.
That said again, I don't think Emma Thompson and Ryan Reynolds would have been the best pick over the two that starred in the movie. Being not Emma Thompson and Ryan Reynolds was a good thing, keeping only the qualities that fit the scenario without the total familiarity and adding a bit of an appropriate newcomer feeling.
To summarize, the lesser known "discount" Zoey Deutch and Glen Powell were better picks than Emma Thompson and Ryan Reynolds.
(To be fair, this is only an assumption that Thompson and Reynolds were intended, but I get a very strong feeling that they were. To be fair again, I still think romcoms are stupid regardless.)