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tod.brody said:Yeah, maybe they can do a whole pornstar series. Harry Reems could probably use a little cash.Posted: 5 years 12 weeks agoon the post: Zoo York & Jenna Jameson do skateboards.
tod.brody said:I hate Zoo York!Posted: 5 years 12 weeks agoon the post: Zoo York & Jenna Jameson do skateboards.
tod.brody said:Rich Kirshenbaum needs to recheck his facts and come off his high horse. When I was a kid in NYC, Chiquita replaced their normal banana stickers (for a short while) with a Kellogg's sticker suggesting the cereal banana combination. I have no idea whether the concept came from Kellogg's or Chiquita, but in either case it predates Mr. Kirshenbaum's "invention" by about thirty years. Interestingly enough, if you go to Kellogg's website, the first animation you'll see is a bowl of cereal, a banana, and milk.Posted: 5 years 12 weeks ago
tod.brody said:For me, a good publicist is worth their weight in gold, and a bad one isn't worth squat. I depend on a publicist's personal relationships, so one who uses the shotgun method of sending the same FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE e-mail to zillions of people is worthless. On the other hand, top publicists are extremely expensive in Hollywood, and not every project can afford one. And in our world, it's really only important to get press in Variety or The Hollywood Reporter. Once it's there, all the blogs and movie websites will pick up on it. And then of course, there's that well of misinformation, imdb!Posted: 5 years 13 weeks ago
tod.brody said:I'll preface this by saying that I thought this was very well done, but after reading that fantastic publicist style hype, I expected this ad to be uniquely creative, and something special, but it's really no different than "so many testimonial commercials that are out there for other brands," "Barney's artsy documentary style and layering of images and voices make the viewer feel as if they are actually in the interview." I have to say that I didn't feel for a second that I was really in the interview, nor did I find the layering and compositing to be anything new or visionary. What I did feel were those big egos coming through in the self-promotion.Posted: 5 years 13 weeks agoon the post: Quaker Oatmeal - Kenniston (2008) 0:30 (USA)
tod.brody said:Perhaps this will fly in Belgium, but I don't imagine (as funny as it is) that the bored housewife, RE: L00kinForSomeCock, will show up on any American bus stops any time soon. Too Bad! At least not in the Red States in an election year. :-)Posted: 5 years 13 weeks ago
tod.brody said:I'm sure that means something, but I can't figure it out. I'd understand if there were 195 aby90 type comments like that, but alas, there are not.Posted: 5 years 13 weeks ago
tod.brody said:I thought Dwarf Vader was the crazy guy who dances in the costume on YouTube. Of course you wouldn't know that since YouTube is blocked for you! :-)Posted: 5 years 13 weeks ago
tod.brody said:They have some nerve. ;-)Posted: 5 years 13 weeks ago
tod.brody said:Yeah, your client probably doesn't want people sitting around all day watching YouTube on their time. :-)Posted: 5 years 13 weeks ago