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I can't tell if I need a pint of ice-cream or a date now.
Oh, we were talking about something to eat. Yes. Of course we were. Oh, you meant ice-cream.
"Even the name tastes good."
Yes. Yes yes.
This is a direct to client spot, meaning there's no ad agency involved. It serves up the reason one needs a basketball church like Hoopdome when one lives in an urban cold city. Because we need games.
Red Cross has a problem with blood donors being irregular. Take recent events in Boston as an example, lots of people donated blood to help, which menas banks there are full up (yeay!) but blood is like milk, it doesn't keep forever so if you're of the donating sort you should try to schedule your donations a few times a year to help keep levels up.
"Doubt. Without doubt there's be no discussion."
Dutch is a pragmatic sort of language, and I can 'hear' how this copy would sound a lot better in Dutch, making it all seem more profound. It's also interesting that it's the newspapers editors and journalists you see in the ad, and not stock photos of random models. “Most likely the very best newspaper in Holland” is the tagline Trouw has run with for years. yes, most likely, even the line doubts.
What would you do for a Klondike Bar? What you endure baby talkin' similarly dressed lovey dovey couples? In an elevator? For 5 seconds?
I kinda wish the endings to these "5 Seconds Of Glory" campaign were weirder, but whatever. I'm just glad Klondike took snarky road. They've come a long way from the weird humiliation of the customer executions that I had to endure when I was a kid. They went something like this:
Announcer: What would you do for a Klondike Bar? Would you embezzle from your boss?
Guy on park bench: No. No way! Are you insane?
Announcer: Rich creamy ice cream? Covered in rich chocolatey goodness?
Celebrating the New Year's Day return of the hugely popular "Dance Moms," the Season 2 promo is an homage to the 80s ballet flick "Flashdance." Mixed-media production studio Roger headed to Pittsburgh, PA (home of the show and the film) for the one-day shoot.
"It was only fitting to tie ‘Flashdance’ into the promo concept," says Terence Lee, Owner/Creative Director of Roger. "We explored the original film, pulling the most iconic moments to help sell our story. We took pains to make the wardrobe and set-dressing reference original scenes from the movie while still functioning for what we needed to change."
This time we find the Kool-Aid man hanging out in a park, squirting red liquid into a glass. A lady asks him why he doesn't just drink himself, because he's made of Kool-aid, but see that freaks people out. Yep. Who knew that when you grab red liquid from your head and drink it, it freaks people out? The Kool-aid man knows. It's part of The Jug Life to know this stuff, see.
Still, No OOOOOH YEAAAAAAHH and bursting through walls, which I kind of miss.
Mom's demand action and the client "States United to Prevent Gun Violence" pull out all emotional stops here with a slow-motion shot of an AR-15 assault weapon spitting out bullets, each one carrying the name of a recent gun related tragedy. Very simple.
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