Coors Light Canada gets weird in this spot featuring a talking bear hat, horse loving athletes, neon eyeballs, plastic suits that fill up with air, donkeys named Richard and a bunch of other things that made zero sense but are there just to be weird. Even the VO that tries so hard to keep it grounded mostly ends up being a see-say.

Remember kids, weird is always good, provided there is some reason for it. But since Coors Light has never been a weird brand, this direction seems quite off.

Client: Coors Light Agency: Leo Burnett Creative Director: Judy John Group Creative Director (AD): Anthony Chelvanathan Group Creative Director (CW): : Steve Persico Executive Producer: Emma Du Boisson Group Account Director: Chris Perron Production Company: Soft Citizen Director: The Perlorian Brothers Executive Producer: Link York Editing Facility: Rooster Post Production Editor: Marc Langley Assistant Editor: Nick Greaves Executive Producer: Melissa Kahn Producer: Yumi Suyama Colour Facility: Alter Ego Colourist: Eric Whipp Assistant Colourist: Patrick Samaniego Finishing Facility: Fort York VFX Lead Flame Artist: Paul Binney Flame Artist: James Marin Executive Producer: Amanda Larivière Audio House: Grayson Matthews Original Music & Sound Design - Grayson Matthews Casting & Voice Direction: Grayson Matthews
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  • murray's picture
    murray (not verified)

    yaaaaaaaaassss gourl! get weird! finally coors put their bear fur thinking cap on.

    May 16, 2014
  • Dabitch's picture
    Dabitch

    So basically, this is the stuff you get shitfaced on a la college kids binge drinking? Cool!

    No, seriously the talking bear head was kind of amazing, even though I was wish he wasn't see-saying. And they're right that Coors really isn't good for much else other than binge-drinking it. So I approve of this change of tactic, and the Art Direction, just not the VO. It feels like a compromise.

    May 16, 2014

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