Or: What happens when a bunch of wacky old people leave their old folks home for a night on the town that includes dancing, getting a tattoo, presumably getting wasted, and ending up at Taco Bell. It’s like an 80’s teen comedy, but with people who are 80.
This will air toward the end of the second quarter but now you’ve seen it.
Hyundai's VP of marketing Steve Shannon has said: "The Flaming Lips are very much like Hyundai. They're a little offbeat. They've been around a long time and they continue to reinvent themselves."
This explains why they're on the roof. No, it does. Really.
Running in the 2nd quarter, this ad takes viewers on a journey through the eyes of a young couple as they get "stuck" behind some unexpected things on the road and are able to handle it with ease thanks to their car.
Enter Dave and his newfound sunny disposition, confusing the entire office as it manifest itself in a curious way. Yeah he be jamaican mon. It's apparently a side effect from driving poppy red VW beetles, mon. Tom Kuntz who directed the old spice ads shot this for Deutsch LA
The young man is hesitant. Why go to the prom alone? His mother reassures him. As he heads toward the door, apprehensive and discouraged, his father tosses him the keys to an all-new 2013 Audi S6. And then...
Because you see, once you have the right car, you have all the confidence in the world. Even if it gets you a black eye in the end. Audi is bravery-steroids.
And because no super bowl spot can be without a hashtag these days, this one has #braverywins. But #nobodycares.
The spot features the upcoming single "Can't Win Em Al" by Hanni El Khatib, from his highly anticipated second album, Head in the Dirt, out April 30, 2013. The album is produced by Dan Auerbach. .
The best things in life start with "Don't tell... " say Hyundai who hope to sell a lot of vehicles to dysfunctional families.
For this spot, they got Jimmy Cliff to cover the Partridge Family's "Come on get Happy." They found all the fifteen minutes of fame internet celebrities by using search words like "freak out," and "angry," and then rounded them up and made them sing and dance in a field. With Jimmy Cliff.
At least it isn't another Star Wars video.
Fascinating, the GoDaddy 2013 ad doesn't have half-naked women and beaver-jokes in it, instead there's even a small idea going on. Why don't you put your idea online, say all the nagging women while all the lazy men say that they will eventually.
Oh, and bonus: Danica Patrick laughing the fakest laugh ever.
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