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This Super Bowl spot has everything you would expect from a Super Bowl spot. Over the top humor. Random celebrity placement (Scott Baio). Mocking lame cultural memes from past and present.
Sexy ladies and men hang out in a factory that is Jean-Paul Gaultier in this spot that is a crazy throwback to all kinds of eras, right down to the hiphop opera. Hiphopera? Never mind. I like it.
Tis the season for Valentines and wildly concocted proposals. In this case, Andrés dressed up in prosthetic make up to look old and surprises his lady Ana in a stunt on the street.
Sometimes I envy the XY-carriers, and this is one of those times. You don't get no sissy PSA with pastel colours and soft lighting, naaah, you get Deadpool talking about your tomatoes.
When you're homeless most people don't see you or pretend not to see you. It's like you're an invisible man, except you aren't. Homeless people aren't fiction. They're real.
Subaru uses a family of dogs, the Barkleys, to show how poorly their phone navigation system works.
Subaru continues its anthropomorphic campaign featuring the Barkleys' (geddit?) family of dogs acting as humans.
It's a fundamental truth that we only remember the value of something once it's been taken from us. No one is happier not to have toothache the day after it goes away. But a month later? We've moved on.
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