“On the basis of the pre-publicity for Here Come The Habibs you’d think it was all about to destroy the fragile last hope of multicultural Australia.
Seen a classic advert on TV that made you laugh, blew your mind or had a cool theme tune. Well have a look here because you just might find the video of that TV advertisement right here.
“Watch as Lee Lin Chin and Lambassador Sam Kekovich embark on ‘Operation Boomerang’ – their mission to save Australians abroad from going without the essential lamb barbecue on Australia Day.” – YT
For any Americans reading this, I should explain: Mog the Cat is a fictional character from a series of British books for children, and Sainsbury’s is a supermarket chain…
And this is the new Sainsbury’s Christmas ad for 2015, which stars Mog the Cat inadvertently saving the day.
The new Call of Duty game, Black Ops 3, is out today, and by all accounts it’s another successful entry in this long-running franchise.
If you’re a fan then you’ll be buying this on day one anyway, and if you’re not a fan then Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 is unlikely to change your opinion.
“Nigella Lawson’s return to the BBC drew more than 2 million viewers on Monday, but quizshow Only Connect lost more than a quarter of its audience after being bumped from its slot.
Adele is one of the most popular singers in the world, and her albums are guaranteed to sell like hotcakes. Unfortunately, she hasn’t released one since 2011, when 21 took the world by storm.
At the time she stated that a new album would be at least a couple of years away as she had to “live a little bit”. And she wasn’t kidding either.
Jennifer Aniston is a bit of a snob, at least according to this new ad for Emirates.
Emirates is an airline for rich people, because most of us cannot afford to pay for flights on planes which have luxurious beds, showers, and bars on board.
Frontier Airlines is currently holding a “Fly for a Buck” sale which, unsurprisingly, offers flights on selected routes for as little as $1. Kinda.
This video shows Frontier Airlines’ corporate video, and it’s about as boring as you would expect a corporate video to be. Then again, it features air hostesses, which always helps.
Apple is desperate for you to carry on using Apple Music, its streaming music service that exists as a competitor to Spotify, Pandora, and plenty of others.
So much so that it has paid The Weeknd what must have been an absolute fortune to appear in its latest ad for Apple Music.
New Old Spice commercials come along more often than buses, and thankfully, most of them are awesome.
They’re some of the most inventive adverts I have ever seen, which isn’t bad for an aftershave that no one under the age of 50 would ever use.