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Toyota Camry SE - Toyota Camry Thrill Ride - (2013) :60 (USA)

Toyota Camry SE - Toyota Camry Thrill Ride - (2013) :60 (USA)

A Toyota Camry. Not the most exciting automobile, is it? Well you're wrong, at least that's what I gather from this demonstration idea that turned a short drive in a Camry into a roller coaster type ride worthy of Magic Mountain. People are thrilled to be swooshing up, down, sideways and in - oh my - reverse. Looks like it was a fun ride with a "professional driver, do not attempt", but better still are the genuinely squee-surprised reactions from people who did not expect this. Everybody say weee!

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Coca-Cola "Roll Out Happiness" (2013) 1:45 (Netherlands)

Coca-Cola "Roll Out Happiness" (2013) 1:45 (Netherlands)

Once again Coke enlivens us and makes us happy thanks to carbonated sugar and green space. Is it me or has this campaign now reached the level of diminishing returns?

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Adobe - Click, Baby, Click - (2013) :60 (USA)

Adobe - Click, Baby, Click - (2013) :60 (USA)

Goodby Silverstein & Partners mock old-school encyclopedias for Adobe in this ad. "Look at the numbers!" says a salaryman in a bland office, the numbers keep going up.

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LG Ultra HD - End Of The World Job Interview / Meteor Explodes - (2013) :60 (Chile)

LG Ultra HD - End Of The World Job Interview / Meteor Explodes - (2013) :60 (Chile)

In what we may call "prankvertising", LG sets a bunch of job applicants up for being fooled by a really large TV. They enter the job interview room where there seems to be a window behind the interviewers desk. It's a TV, and it's paused on a key scene in the movie Armageddon.

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9/11 Forward. Together. - street art

9/11 Forward. Together. - street art

A group of Miami ad school students made this street art vandalizing tour (I'm not judging, I did it too when I was a student in the 90s), and a short spec film about their stunt that honors the the victims of 9/11 at the same time as it celebrates the memorial site by looking to the future.

“We wanted to create something different to show people that sharing the memory of 9/11 makes us stronger. We will never stop moving forward and we will never be alone. That’s what the connection between the two towers and the walking man symbolizes.”

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Toyota Corolla - Style Never Goes Out Of Style / Elevate - (2013) :60 (USA)

Toyota Corolla - Style Never Goes Out Of Style / Elevate - (2013) :60 (USA)

Biscuit director Andreas Nilsson takes viewers through a time warp in this new spot for the Toyota Corolla via Saatchi & Saatchi LA.

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Madden 25: Running Back Sons - (2013) :90 (USA)

Madden 25: Running Back Sons - (2013) :90 (USA)

Making it to the NFL takes a lot of hard work. Every ounce of athletic talent has to be matched by years in the weight room and on the field if they are to make it to the big time.

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350 Action - Climate Name Change - (2013) 2:30 (USA)

350 Action - Climate Name Change  - (2013) 2:30 (USA)

".....Since 1954, the World Meteorological Organization has been naming extreme storms after people. But we propose a new naming system.

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