Commercials

Having fun with Jean-Claude Van Damme‘s new Volvo commercial, Channing Tatum tried to perform a similar stunt while on the set of 22 Jump Street. Watch the original and parody below. Thanks to Eric for the heads up!

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Loki vs. Kids

by Cap'n Carrot on November 6, 2013 · 0 comments

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Helping to promote Thor: The Dark World in theaters this Friday (check back for our review!) Loki argues with kids.

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In their new ad, Sony shows off the evolution of the PlayStation from it’s introduction in 1995 to the upcoming release of the PlayStation 4.

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The Day of the Doctor – 50 year trailer – #SaveTheDay – Doctor Who – BBC

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Feeling Carefree

by Cap'n Carrot on September 24, 2013 · 0 comments

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Not sure this will actually help Volkswagen sell cars, but I applaud the concept.

Volkswagen Feeling Carefree Commercial | VW USA via Coudal Partners

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Created as a safety message for the Australian Metro, “Dumb Ways to Die” is both insanely cute and (when you think about) horrifically accurate. In other words, it’s all kinds of awesome (and the tune’s pretty catchy too)!

Dumb Ways to Die

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We’re not in the habit of posting tampon commercials (except when we feel lintly needs some extra guidance), but this commercial from Russia is not what you’d expect.

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Funny or Die offers up The Truth Behind the New Apple Ad:

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I was hoping to have a review for Before Midnight today, as the third installment of Richard Linklater‘s unusual movie series which looks into the lives of Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delpy) once every nine years was originally supposed to open in theaters this weekend. Sadly, it appears the movie has been pushed back, at least in this neck of the woods, and so we’ll have to settle for the film’s stars providing the Alamo Drafthouse with another of the theater’s inventive messages asking audiences politely to not talk during the movie.

Don’t Talk – Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke – CENSORED

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And now you know.

G.I. Joe long commercial for various toys (1993) via The Retroist

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