Tylenol: Question, 3

There are some questions that are such a headache.

Advertising Agency: Vale Euro RSCG, México DF, México
Regional Executive Creative Director: Gustavo Reyes
Executive Creative Director: Leopoldo Gardea
Creative Directors: Alexis Alvarez
Art Directors / Copywriters: Alexis Alvarez
Photographer: Juan Salvarredy
Agency Producers: Estela Salgado, Lorena de Vizcaya
Account Director: Luis Miguel Ezquerra
Account Executive: Rocío Fernández
Published: December 2008

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Saadi's picture
Saadi
53 pencils

I doubt that Panadol would approve such ads.

Guest's picture
Guest

You should see the magazine "Sientete bien" of December 2008 ;-)

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Guest

Yuo should see the magazine "Sientete bien" of december ;)

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Guest

these are nothing like those...think before you type

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Guest

if it reminds him (or her) on another campaign it is a personal and valid opinion.
...think before you type

pyramid's picture
pyramid
19 pencils

Yes, they reminded me too. They have children in the ads also.
if you think they are the same you should start thinking of working of something else... maybe butcher, or something you don't have to think too much. Luck with that!

DuendeFeliz's picture
DuendeFeliz
4 pencils

hahaha, agree with that.

everartz's picture
everartz
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i wouldnt want my kid to ask me in the future how did he come to life!!! this is really a bad question for the parent! from this point of view i'd say the ad is good..
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sirvan's picture
sirvan
29870 pencils

I love the concept of these... but I'm not sure if the connection to this product is very solid. Could it be a translation thing?

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"I love some things, and don't love some other things."

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TRICKY
3950 pencils

you can even link the three ideas all together in one film
first santa comes through the chimney then he extinguish his cigar in the aquarium then undresses and goes to screw the MILF .....its like the three bears story the little bear starts asking many many questions lolololol
anyone for the ending???

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jmccullough73's picture
jmccullough73
2 pencils

I like these ads a lot. Smart. Quick.

justSylvia's picture
justSylvia
18 pencils

I like them, nothing profound to add to the conversation other
than I like it and that's good enough for me.

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Guest

i wonder why isn't the line shorter by 3 words. It could just have been "some questions are such a headache".

There...takes out the unwanted and says the same thing more crisply.

derya's picture
derya
302 pencils

visual is brilliant but I cant relate with visual and panadol

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Guest

too literal

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Guest

the idea is good...but the use of a child is in bad taste...maybe a good visual could've been that of a mother with a newborn....father and daughter looking at the newborn with the daughter saying - did did he/she get out of mummy's stomach when i was sleeping ??

Hajime's picture
Hajime
138 pencils

The child face is really funny!!
lol

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Guest

cool to look at. Bad type treatment.

Boccioni's picture
Boccioni
149 pencils

Weird Direction. Reading the copy is a headache.

pyramid's picture
pyramid
19 pencils

i think that's the idea. The same headache as the questions...

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Guest

Nice campaign. An interesting concept for a product like Tylenol.
And the copy execution is clearly a concept that's linked with the product.

Buscarle la vuelta, entendés. ji.

Congratulations!

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Guest

This is crap. It's so much borrowed interest the creatives had to pay interest. Tylenol has such a bigger story to tell. Garbage.

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Guest

Meh!

incoming's picture
incoming
107 pencils

UMMMMM. MAYBEEEE.

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