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Totally unsuspecting Danny Bedford signed up for a ŠKODA test drive and before he knows it he's the fireman driver, the teddy-bear deliverer, the husband to be and everything else. Everyone who thinks this guy sincerely believed that he was just taking a test drive, contemplate if you're just watching superb acting.
Oy, we're a bit heavy on the violins here Expedia... But then again, it is a wedding and swelling violins are as much part of that as kleenex and white dresses. The journey here is taken by the father Artie Goldstein, who has to come to terms with the fact that his daughter is marrying another woman. The cold hearted cynic in me is gruffing that of course the gay couple depicted are two gorgeous women, instead of two men with an age-difference, while the romantic zap in me is grasping for kleenex at daddy's speech. Hush! Now lets cut the cake.
This is part of Expedia's campaign "find yours", emphasizing the journeys we take when we travel. We know how to book a flight, but the old tagline "Where you book matters" doesn't matter anymore.
Almap BBDO went through over 5000 Getty Images to make a one minute story showing a love story where they meet, hold hands, kiss, copulate, procreate, make big family, die.... and then the widower wins big on bingo and has the time of his life, he's on a boat. Party! Wait! What was all that stuff before then? Un-party? Pfft, and y'all call me cynical. Apparently Bingo-win tops love-win. Not buying it.
Way to get me all weepy eyed, Allan Grey. This story will go straight to the heart of most parents. As a child, all you want is to grow, be older and wiser, as a parent, all you want is to cherish every moment. Truth well told.
You don't need to understand Afrikaans to understand the story. The mother at the start tells her daughter to that it's just five more sleepies until the big day. The daughter, impatient with counting wishes herself to next week and her birthday. She continues using her gift to fast-forward her life to ride big kid rides at the amusement park, to marry the boy of her dreams, to land that dream job. To skip the whole pregnancy and see the moment of her own daughters birth....
A punkish girl travels to a wedding, an older man travels to a date, a young boy runs from his tormentors as he travels to school, an older couple are going for gasoline... The bus will take you there, wherever there is.
With an obvious nod to The Jill and Kevin wedding entrance dance, T-mobile leaves the ad-as-event arena and settles for using only the ad-copying-already-succesful-virals part of their "Life's for sharing" campaign. The lookalikes are great, and probably had a lot of fun doing this, and it's always momentarily amusing to see "royals" gyrating. But there was nothing done in public this time involving an unsuspecting audience in the idea, and we find it less easy to forgive the viral-rip without the added layer of real world interaction underlining and encouraging people to share the event via their cellphones.
A wedding planner describes how she only uses Ariel for the clothes of her staff because it keeps their clothes like new for up to 30 washes.
The new Yellow Pages Mobile App helps anybody find a local answer for whatever they might be looking for. In these commercials we put the app through a torture test by showing how three very distinctive characters use it to keep their life running smoothly.
[yellow tail] is launching a new multimedia campaign, entitled “Open for Anything™,” that will debut on Friday, October 23 and air throughout the holiday season.
The ‘Open for Anything’ campaign reflects the brand’s attitude in a humorous, unexpected way.
The broadcast spots, created by the BurnsGroup, were directed by Tarsem, winner of the Cannes Best Director award. His acclaimed directorial work ranges from the award-winning R.E.M. music video “Losing My Religion” to the 2000 feature film “The Cell” (starring Jennifer Lopez) and dozens of commercial advertising spots for the likes of Nike, Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Levis.
"Eli!? The closest Eli comes to a Super Bowl ring is when he gives Peyton a manicure"
The bonus love story happy ending.
Outbyview.com have done a little movie selling the idea of getting married in Canada. Pre-released on the web now, Outbyview are also currently negotiating the purchase of spots on American TV channels devoted to the gay and lesbian community in the United States, such as HereTV, Logo (part of the MTV Network) and OutzoneTV (part of the Bravo network). Read more to see the commercial.
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