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Spot on. "The Metaverse will let you do things you can do today only slight differently and with more bugs." Thanks, Zuck. That's swell.
Some strong "Dumb Ways to Die" vibes. Which is not a bad thing to evoke. A bit of Hargreaves' "Mr. Men" series, as well.
Props for actually selling something and being stylish about it. Wish they'd split the customers into their own spots because, you know, campaign. And the writer in me dies a little every time I hear 2015 and 2019 back-to-back. Should've been 2020.
Holy cow, an ad with an actual narrative, based on the product, and well-produced. Now if they'd just stop oppressing Jasons...
I didn't dislike it, but I didn't love it nearly as much as some folks did. Which is fine. But I kept trying to fan away the whiff of codependent alcoholics while watching it. I admit that might just be proof that I've worked too long in advertising.
I can Venmo you a buck if that helps.
I can't believe this has been up for at least two hours and not a single troll comment.
Yes, please. I wouldn't mind if something algorithmically popped up inside a chronological feed, but the current state is ridiculous. Nothing like a "we know better" attitude to turn people off your brand.
And it really looked like we were in different cities around the world, right? RIGHT??!! Dang.
What a stupid thing to have to apologize for. I guess Shakespeare was a hater, too.
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