Send me your favorite Saab vids or promo materials for wrenching motivation.
Now compiled all together in one video!
This time, in a Frozie Fudge Blast -colored Tercel!
Just look at this ad. AutoZone gets it.
This time, in an episode of Rick and Morty.
I get that they are going for a little old spice/craziness, but only just. Maybe they went too far, maybe they didn’t go too far enough? Either way...just nope to all these. They are in ascending order of wrong here. The last one is just dumb, but it kinda works. The next up is just a little creepy...just some guy…
Don’t you just hate it when a great ad disappears from public view?
Hey Oppo, I have a favor to ask of you, and it involves watching TV!
Patrick Demspey only stuck as car racer.
Nailed it. That’s what Volvo did here, and on pretty much every level too. The attention to detail is impeccable, the cinematography is exceptional, the sound design is excellent, they just hit it out of the park. The music might not be to everyone’s liking, but I think it fits perfectly with the vibe of the spot.
Whether scraping off your windshield or cutting up some Columbian bam bam, Berkshire Bank has you covered!
The Bugatti Chiron ad reminded me that these exist.
Last night whilst enjoying the masterful second episode of FX’s Fargo, I was temporarily inundated with advertisements because I haven’t upgraded to the ad-free experience on Hulu. I know, it’s shameful, but I really need to save every bit of $ possible if I’m going to get myself a Limited Slip Diff for Christmas.
Now BMW doesn’t advertise that their drivers are jerks, but it used to.
Looking through old car ads, I found one for this Lexus IS (Toyota Altezza if you prefer captions to dubs) and it reminded me that Toyota has tried this “lets beat BMW on their own terms” deal before. Like then, The big L is trying to out perform the germans with some moderate successes in terms of the new IS and GS…
The new Key and Peele is pretty great for the whole “what if teaching was like professional sports” but the BMW ad at the back? Pure gold.
The message of this commercial is - “Look at how much fun you can have in the snow with cars we won’t sell you!”