Comedy Central's made an ad for Popeyes Chicken, in the style of a movie trailer. It features two "star-crossed lovers" who fall in love but face the drama of the girl's pop, who doesn't think the boy is "fair," enough. As in county fair.
McDonald's is official partner of the UEFA Euro 2016 and it wanted to extended a welcome hand to the European fans who will descend on France this summer. Under their tagline Come As You Are, BETC Paris and McDonald’s celebrates all fans, regardless of the teams they support.
Fish used to be wrapped in newspaper when it was sold. Metro took that old behavior and turned it into a way to prove how fresh their fish is in this simple execution. Fishermen from all over Europe would wrap their day's catch in their daily newspaper before shipping out.
Heartwarming through-the-years spot from Schneiders featuring the relationship between dad and son, and traditions, and hot dogs and sandwiches, just in time for Father's Day. It's real without feeling cloying.
Even though it was a bold move away from its usual T&A for Carl's Jr, 72andSunny still can't escape the millennial hype, in this incredibly forgettable spot featuring Lil Dicky. As his wiki bio says, he's a former account guy turned copywriter named David Burd.
In Brett's Johnsonville commercial, there's a car chase with all kinds of cars. But they are all trying to chase down the Johnsonville semi. So the truck drivers realized they left the grill on again and there's nothing to do but stop and feed everyone.
Jeff is an employee at Johnsonville and because Johnsonville does everything there, including commercials. In this case, Jess enjoys the forest with his talking animals who are very keen to know more about Johnsonville. He's all too keen to respond.
Johnsonville is a family-owned company and the people are responsible for everything, including the commercials. This formulaic campaign is redeemed somewhat by the aw-shucks Midwestern sensibilities of the employees. But make no mistake, it's still a formula.