I am confused with this. Why would they make the exact same commercial for two different brands? Is this real, or is it just a demo reel for a marketing agency? I assume so as that one guy portrays it in a somewhat negative light. There is no way that I would send this to a perspective client.
Do you really want a parade for mayonnaise?
...mayonnaise has a serious following. I can say that I am sympathetic to their predicament. If they are truly two different styles, then why not sell them side by side instead of just regionally? People move from time to time. The supply chain would not exactly brake down because of this. Why deny someone their favourite...
'Do I not like that'
What is he...a suicide bomber having his last meal?
Get a life, jackass. Nobody wants to watch a closeup of you eating chicken on TV.
The Liberty Mutual commercials. Like they just discovered that new cars depreciate.
Didn't they cancel the Rob Lowe DirecTV commercials?
He looks like a cross between Jeremy Piven and Richard Karn.
Any ad featuring that fat, lazy, bearded, professional slob, Adam Lisagor is extremely annoying. He looks something like a young Sebastian Cabot ("Family Affair" 1966). The self-described non-actor can be seen currently ad nauseam in a lame CenturyLink campaign that showcases his competitive eating skills.
If I could afford it, I would shoot out my TV screen every time he rears his chubby face. Instead, I just hit my trusty remote.
One ad in the series starts out with his fruitcake "neighbor" wondering out loud what the definition of a "gig" is. Lisagor illustrates quick download speed by eating a large cookie in mere seconds. Please, go away tubby. Xfinity is a far better product and their ads generally don't bother me.
If Lisagor is trying to be a hipster, he should don an undersized fedora to further embellish his douche-bag persona.
Is it similar to a bluefin tuna? This TV spot is fishy.