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CommercialsCosta - Beautifully Predictable - (2015) :30 (UK) Dabitch02 years 4 months ago
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CommercialsHyundai Tucson NFL Sponsorship - “D-Gate” - (2015) :30 (USA) Dabitch02 years 4 months ago
CommercialsHyundai Sonata NFL Sponsorship - Baby / “Field Goal” - (2015) : 30 (USA) Dabitch02 years 4 months ago
CommercialsCarfax - Interrogation (2003) - 0:30 (USA) Dabitch02 years 4 months ago
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CommercialsBon Vivant "Grater Card" (2013) :28 (Brazil) kidsleepy12 years 4 months ago
CommercialsHyundai "Wow: Elantra" (2015) :30 (USA) kidsleepy102 years 5 months ago
CommercialsYotvata - Sleepwalker at concert - (2003) :30 Dabitch02 years 5 months ago
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Exactly. The pinkwashing, greenwashing and whatever-else-washing is tedious, people see through the crude attempts to latch on to a social cause while still just being your run of the mill...
It's possible the idea "Bob Ross was a PTSD vietnam vet" hit more than one creative funny-mind, and there's several versions of this out there since so many commenters have brought this up saying...
That discussion about the ad was far too easily derailed, huh? 😂
Yep, there are so many things wrong with this ad I'm amazed it made it through production. It offends every religion involved, and for what? The Buddhist monk is a materialist, the priest ditches...
Of course it did! And me too, actually. The old "lets do all the super bowl ad stereotypes in one ad" is a Super Bowl ad stereotype by now.
The fish eye lens, the hair-in-many-knots, the midriff baring shirts, the green cast - you could not get more 90s if you tried. This is a visual feast of 90s. Love it.
IN SOVIET RUSSIA, PARTY FINDS YOU!
Who on earth saves a 90s beer until 2012 is what I want too know.
This is a comment magnet. Not an informative comment magnet though.....
I saw this while attending ad-school and the entire class laughed themselves silly.
@snowmama , I know Gaten Matarazzo has cleidocranial dysplasia which affects his teeth. There are some commenters above mocking his lisp, but we stuck to mocking the sales pitch, not his delivery of...
Wow, that's great. Thanks for sharing that, Ryan.
No idea, personally. I hope someone who worked on casting or the ad recalls and lets us know. That typeface at the end is giving me interning flashbacks. Egads.
One of the reasons I leave the comments open still, is so that questions like these can be answered by people involved in the work. Unfortunately, people seldom bother.
Your grade A advertising snark at Buzzfeed was like pearls before swine.