Die Antword rule my world and have done everything right in this video for Baby's on Fire off their album TEN$ION. From the smiley-face shorts & bra to scary stunts where the boys with the motorcycle and BMWs dance around Jolanda within inches of her tiny frame, the look and feel and attitude is all kinds of right. Plus it depicts that double-standard so well, big brother can get jiggy all he wants but nobody better treat his baby sister to as much as a kiss. When Jolanda finally bricks Ninja in the teeth, the baby sister in me had an evil smile on her face. Ninja directed this together with Terence Neale. The Red Bull bit is a tad tedious, but I'll forgive 'em just for that motorcycle kiss moment, wowza.
Rent.com wants you to take back the dream, meaning the American one. In this homage to Apples 1984 a man is chased through a suburban street of McMansions by men in black, as he runs towards a glass house with a brick ready to destroy it.
Owning a Toyota Camry puts your neighbors to shame-so much shame that they might not want to show their faces, as illustrated in Pixelated, a hilarious new spot directed by Crossroads' Bruce Hurwit out of 22squared for Southeast Toyota Distributors.
A Toyota Camry owner is stepping out of his pristine, midnight blue ride when he's confronted by a mildly disgruntled, non-Toyota Camry owner named Ted. Marring Ted's face is a perfectly placed circle of pixilation, a manifestation of the embarrassment he feels for owning the worst car in the cul-de-sac. When the smart Camry driver laughs off Ted's shame, Ted quickly rebukes him, asking, "Does it look like I'm smiling?" To which the Camry owner, perplexed by the neighbor's censored face, responds, "I can't really tell, man."
In this film for the Pirate Party called "Vad vet du om upphovsrätt", we see an idyllic suburbian street and a young girl selling lemonade and cookies at her stand. Thing is, she's also listening to the radio.
Bicoastal Rabbit director Trevor McMahan demonstrates the ease of organized professional moving with United in a comedic new :30 “Clipboard,” out of Grey Worldwide, NY. United’s moving services ensure a smooth transition, holding fire and rabid raccons at bay.
Rabbit Director Trevor McMahan, working through Draft FCB, just finished an amusing and technically challenging :30 promoting this year's US Census.
Biffle-de-Sac opens on a man watering his lawn in a tranquil suburban cul-de-sac. The peaceful scene is soon disrupted, however, as NASCAR driver Greg Biffle squeals onto the scene in his number 16 car and begins spinning in rubber-pealing circles. As his Ford flies through its epic brodie and the neighbors smile and wave, Biffle delivers a rundown of all the reasons every US citizen should complete the 2010 census.
Meet Molly. She has answered the "Drivers wanted" calling and is on her way out on a date.
Why try and keep up with the Joneses when you can just outsmart them?
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