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EA "EA Access feat. The Lucas Brothers" (2015) :35 (USA)

EA "EA Access feat. The Lucas Brothers" (2015) :35 (USA)

Kenny and Keith Lucas, this spot drives home the point that EA Access gives you unlimited play of EA's best games for only $4.99 a month. Sight gags aplenty, too.

 

Scion "Jaleel and Urkel" (2015) :30 (USA)

Scion "Jaleel and Urkel" (2015) :30 (USA)

Did you know that the Scion IM comes with all these standard features? Did you know that Jaleel White, known for playing Steve Urkel, drives around with a Wax doll version of Urkel? Weird, right?

 

Scion "Franco and Franco" (2015) :30 (USA)

Scion "Franco and Franco" (2015) :30 (USA)

James Franco is woefully underused in this spot which somehow purports to suggest Scion taps in to your practical and adventuresome side, when they only hint we get from silent actor that those two modes exist is are wardrobe and a very straight-forward VO. Weird, right?

 

Western Sydney University - Deng Thiak Adut Unlimited - (2015) :90 (Australia)

Western Sydney University - Deng Thiak Adut Unlimited - (2015) :90 (Australia)

For 90 seconds, we get to see the perfectly paced story of Deng Adut's dramatic life, with Jarryd James' "Remember Me" setting the rhythm. Deng was taken from his mother when his was only six, conscripted to the Sudan People’s Liberation Army.

 

Road Safety Authority - Anatomy of a split second - (2015) :45 (Ireland)

Road Safety Authority - Anatomy of a split second - (2015) :45 (Ireland)

"It only takes a split second". This insight brings us an ad, showing us moments like fleeting gifs of summer-fun. There's ice-cream spillage, tennis-ball hitting, sibling-chasing, hedge-cutting, window-glancing sighs and then the face that goes from neutral to shock.

 

KFC "Lie Detector" (2015) :45 (USA)

KFC "Lie Detector" (2015) :45 (USA)

For its latest in the KFC campaign starring Norm Macdonald, Wieden and Kennedy created an homage to an original Kentucky Fried Chicken spot from 1967 where a bunch of ladies strap Colonel Sander

 

Mount Pleasant Group - Quitbit - (2015) 1:44 (Canada)

Mount Pleasant Group - Quitbit - (2015) 1:44 (Canada)

Hands up, who has one of those wearable wristband gizmos that counts the number of steps you take? Or lets you track the length of your run and plot it on a map via GPS? (Why you’d care to do this is beyond me).

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