Ew, Did you really just eat that?
I get it. They are working the all natural, biodegradable, good-for-the-earth-therefore-good-for-the-home kind of angle but do you really have to go and eat it? At the end of the day, it’s still cat litter. Now, where is Phoebe Buffay and her crew of hobos and dumpster dancers when you need them?
Here are a few of my favorite things...
Taking a break from ranting and posting an ad I actually enjoyed. I like it because it is not so in your face but still manages to make you think, ‘Oh wow! A Nokia can do that??” Also, Nokia managed to combine two of my favorite things: stop motion and knitting. Yes, you read that right. I like to knit. I can own any granny with my knitting needles so they better check themselves...
My! What fat fingers you have!
Not going to hash out the terrible quality and the ghetto-fab jingle because that would just be stating the obvious. Just wanted to highlight the fact that when you split screen, the two actors are usually in different locations. Why have the dividing line when you are not going to use it? Also, don’t the textees look a little questionable? I mean, it can sort of make your fingers...
Where do you hide your mistress?
And all along I thought that Ikea was just crappy furniture that would probably collapse under my weight. Who knew that Ikea furniture was stable enough to fool around on, let alone store away mistresses? With that, I will leave you with this R. Kelly flashback. I see a possibly horrendous collaboration here.
Been There, Done That
I know Ray Lewis is not suppose to replace Isaiah Mustafa but viewers can’t help but compare. It’s pretty much the same concept, and face it, Isaiah is pretty hard to top. This Ray Lewis commercial just ends up looking weak in comparison. Think of a new commercial idea. Don’t reuse it until you kill it Old Spice! Also, Swagger Body Wash? Really? Couldn’t think of...
Go back to the drawing board, Pantene
Seriously, can this commercial be any longer? Kudos to you if you sat through the whole thing. 1/4th of the way through, I thought I was watching some tried and terrible film submission from those indie, hipster, no name film festivals. Pantene should have just cut the commercial to the last minute where they flashback through the whole story line. It would have saved time and energy and...