This is the life action spot for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon, deftly shot with a touch of wry humor to boot. As a doo-wop song plays, a sniper sets his sights on three baddies. The baddies in question are playing cards, oblivious.
It takes an hour and a half on the bus and the train and then another bus to get to her job, when a car commute would have taken nine minutes. Drive to 100 is an initiative from Mazda to take 100 donated cars, repair them and donate them them to local families in need.
Longform production agency has teamed up with Decadent Vapours to re-launch the e-liquid brand pre-Christmas, because as well know New Years resolutions brings on the "stop smoking" promises, and vaping is an alternative.
Don't Normalize Hate tells the story of an 89 year old woman of Japanese heritage whose family was put in an internment camp during World War Two. Except it's not really an 89 year old woman of Japanese descent.
Beautiful animation from Aardman about a Santa who forgot Christmas, because he has Alzheimers and one girl who wanted to do all she could to change that, via Santa's Elves and some research.
I've lived in the same apartment building for two years, and have seen neighbors exactly twice. Even on the elevator we're quick to pull out our phones to avoid contact. It's because technology has made us so insular.
Batman is a little too full of himself in this cross promo for Sky Broadband and the Lego Batman movie. He assumes Sky Broadband is giving him the royal treatment because of who he is, not because of their amazing customer service. I love the "bat merch" dig as well.