Halloween is the second scariest day of the year. At least this election year, when Election Day takes precedence with these two fine specimens.
A young boy narrates the story of a mysterious man who has come to town, and is so well liked by the merchants he doesn't have to pay for any of the finest goods, services, food and gas other mortals would have to buy.
California’s state mascot explains the “bear” facts of energy conservation in a new television and online ad campaign directed by A Common Thread’s Eli Green for Energy Upgrade California and Campbell Ewald.
The world is a stunning place. Just ask cosmonaut Andrey Borisenko. He sees the world from a very unique perspective every day-- from space. And he asks us to get out and explore our own planet. What a nice poetic tribute to travel.
Let's talk about how amazing this film is. Simply stunning. You are immediately captivated by the story of this woman and her assisted-living robot nurse-- a Bionically Engineered Nurse, or B.E.N. This poor woman lives a lonely quiet life.
Stunning running footage with beautiful people cruising through different weather elements and stopping every so often to look beautiful, all to launch the new V90 Cross Country. The film was shot entirely in Scotland, by the way.
Very tongue in cheek ad for Dairy Farmers of Canada that reminds me of an Apple keynote address. "Sure we could have cut corners. But then the glass wouldn't have been round." Takeaway: Nothing improves milk.