/tv/ could learn something from it.
>not being King of the Road
Out of the way, Canada coming through!
The Hotpoint Aqualtis washing machine advert from 2006 is in my opinion the peak of advertising.
It's a solid 10/10 and I don't believe I've experienced anything else on it's level yet. Others have come close though.
Closest thing we'll ever get to a Metroid movie.
>Y'all out here eatin tacos outside Bills office?
>Don't you think I like tacos too? I like tacos
>You invited Eric? I thought you said Eric gives you the creeps?
>Oh haha yeea
>There will never be an entire Metroid movie where the protagonist stays silent for the whole film, just killing everything in it's way and only revealing who is Samus at the end
I fucking lost it when I saw this.
I don't think I have ever laughed so hard at a commercial
I would post but as a millenial baby brought up in the age of pop up ads and advertising bombardment my brain immediately purges any ad after I see them to save space, so i can't really remember any.
Recently though the david fincher ads have been fucking fantastic
Why did Nintendo always make such based commercials in the first half of the 2000's?
Turn up the volume for this one.
Fucking impressive commercial, originally for Castlevania - Circle of the Moon on GBA back in 2001.
Why can't more commercials have fucking awesome premises like a symphony orchestra doing battle with supernatural evil in the middle of a concert.
>gargoyles and statues in an opera-house coming to life and attacking people
>the violinists using their bows as flaming arrows
>the cymbalist fucking hurling a cymbal at a monster and decapitating it
>the chandelier turning into a giant dragon-worm made of brass and glass and doing battle with the conductor
I can't even handle how fucking amazing this is.
Easily one of the best PSA's I've ever seen, if solely because of how simple it is, instead of relying on shock-value or something.
Gotta' have sweet, bitch.
>mfw i enjoy hearing that scream over and over again
>mfw i don't consider myself an edgy faggot
Czech advertisment for washing powder literally named "aryan"
Feel all the feels ;_;
In The Hall of the Mountain King
by Edvard Grieg
It was written to accompany a scene in the 1867 play Peer Gynt.
There. You have been culturally-enriched for the day.
>Huh. I just read this sign and learned something new.
>Everybody knows that thing!
>Well did you know this other bullshit thing based on a misunderstanding of the thing being parodied?
>[idiotic representation of that factoid]
Geico needs to fuck off already. They're the kinds of beating a dead horse that only warranted a sensible chuckle to begin with.
GENIUS commercial that they play before movies in certain theaters.
>The people he loves become his seatbelt.....because the reason you wear a seatbelt is the people you love.
I'm not even kidding you may have Autism. You may just like to hear that emotion out of people. In all seriousness, do you enjoy hearing people cry too? Not just sniffles but bawling their eyes out?
>It's pedestrian, I've seen it a hundred times.
>Makes up the most cliche plot ever
You must be Murrican. That advertisement is a way of life in the UK. The Christmas season hasn't officially began until it is aired. Its first airing is in program listings for that week.