A spot of Yuletide yearning for English singer-songwriter and entertainer Robbie Williams as he launches his The Christmas Present album with this track, 'Time For Change', and a very family-based video with his actress wife Ayda and their kids. The Williams family dogs also play a key role, and even the household's snowman is a giant snowdog. The video's taken some flak for referring to mums organising and d... Read More
Mercedes Benz makes Roger Federer the embodiment of tennis excellence through the decades, dexterously coupling his performance with their marque and taking some fun sideswipes at other tennis greats in a clever 2-minute spot. Great fun!
Ice cream shooting out of a man's jeans - hm, pretty weird!
If anyone can make guns, crime, violence amusing, it's gotta be actor/advertiser of the moment, Ryan Reynolds, whose witty deadpan humour is selling Aviation Gin in the least expected places. But hey, what got into Disney? Check out the three minutes of action-packed trailer for 'Free Guy' - due to explode off screens in summer 2020 - and let us know what you think of the superhero Deadpool turn it's taken! Great fun, or too much glamorisation/dehumanisation of violence?
As lockdown restrictions eased at different paces across the four nations of the United Kingdom, Scottish comedian Janey Godley continued her series of voiceover adjustments to updates and question-taking by Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. What do you think? Two minutes of much-needed humour? (Contains some strong language)
Not many appears to be the answer. Even before lockdown measures against the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus began to ease, global citizens were questioning what we could all learn from each other and whether or not we wanted to go 'back to normal'. A survey in the UK (link below) indicated that the majority (57%) of people hoped to change things about their own life and that society as a whole would find a new normal, ... Read More
With the US presidential electi...
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...with this 'For once, Don't Do It' message. The US sports shoe and apparel giant turned its galvanising message of 'Just Do It' - which has inspired sportspeople of all stages, backgrounds and abilities - on its head in the wake of protests across the USA sparked by the killing of a black man, George Floyd, by a white police officer. As protesters gathered outside the White House, President Donald Trump was put in... Read More