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He mistakes a cake-belly for a baby-hump. No worries mate, there's never an awkward moment in this car.
Awkward date begins, looks like bearded man didn't even bother to leave the car to pick up his lady. Then things go from bad to worse, Chantelle calls. "Hey babe, are we still on for ten?" No worries mate, in the Kia there's 'never an uncomfortable moment'. Oh, ha ha.
The latest comedy-driven spot for Armor All, via DDB Worldwide San Francisco and Community Films' director Matt Smukler, shows car owners what could happen if they do not respect their cars.
Negligent car owners beware: you’d better show your ride the right amount of respect or you just might get a visit from the Armor All Viking. He’s the star of Armor All’s latest spot, and he has a serious bone to pick with people who don’t take care of their cars. To him, a car is a privilege and if undeserving owners aren’t careful he’ll show up in his shiny custom Viking–mobile and repossess their wheels, their Armor All…and their women.
When MJZ Director Rupert Sanders and Grey New York needed high-end VFX to bring a World War II epic, a medieval fantasy battle, and a bit of science fiction together in a new spot for DIRECTV, they turned to the team at MPC. The spot is a showcase of MPC’s impressive skillset and resources. The LA office led a team that included artists across MPC’s global family of studios, taking the project from rough concept design to photo-real rendering to flawless compositing.
To curb that binge drinking culture, DraftFCB decided to show another angle, you can still act like a drunken hooligan karaokeing and carrying on, despite not having more beers in you. No problem mate, just say Yeah, Nah, then chase down a bus full of pretty girls while tearing your shirt off. Imagine all the people, being sober but still acting drunk. It's easy if you try.
Warning, awkward bro-hug at the end.
It was only a matter of time that those Fish-zeppelins we've been buying off the intarwebs to fly around the office made it into an ad. "Everyday should be a little bit different. Add some colour with h2go. How refreshing. ". Wait, I haven't told you the best part yet. This is directed by Ryan Heron via Flying Fish production. Ha ha HA! I know! Right, so what was the product again? Fish-balloons?
Like any place on earth, Nederlanders die Engels spreken dus een Nederlands accent, but unlike the Swedish one which I can't stand I think the Dutch-English accent is kinda cute. Especially when they say "of" instead of "or" because their synapses just can't handle or being anything but of. So here we're greeted by a Dutch man named Pim de Koel. Yes, De Koel. Pronounced just like cool. According to advertising legend he was born on Queensday, which is one helluva party, and now he's enticing us all to visit Holland. Yes, Holland, not the Netherlands.
PETA loves exploiting your emotions. Nothing new there. However, what is new is this take on animal cruelty, aimed at the TV and film industry.
The spot is voiced by Adrien Brody. And it boils down to this: basically, if the television, film and advertising industries all just used CGI animals like the ape in this commercial, than no apes would be harmed.
Except of course, CGI ones. Apparently, PETA has no trouble suggesting real apes in captivity have it so bad, if given the choice, they'd blow their brains out with a hand gun. And they're sick, SICK enough to inflict this type of cruelty on CGI apes.
By the way, I had no idea hand guns were considered some of the primitive tools apes are able to use. Maybe CGI apes are more evolved than real ones?
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