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Twin

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April 2016
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Film advertisment created by BooneOakley, United States for Bloom, within the category: Retail Services.

Advertising Agency: BooneOakley, Charlotte, N.C., USA
Creative Directors: David Oakley, John Boone
Art Director: Matt Klug
Copywriter: Keith Greenstein
Dir.: Rick LeMoine
Prod. Co.: Filmcore, New York
Animation: Stardust, New York

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jacaranda's picture
jacaranda
Activity Score 88

Whatever, I think its cute, nice to joke round with retail for a change - I hate the conventional emo shit like the: we are a family thing or become part of our family...AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH

klaussnow's picture
klaussnow
Activity Score 1675

meh...,just meh

... its already been done...

phoamcor's picture
phoamcor
Activity Score 1284

The dialogue is dorky and my oh my what a horrible waste of Erik Estrada.

joestamp's picture
joestamp
Activity Score 130

oh dear...........

jacaranda's picture
jacaranda
Activity Score 88

Whatever, I think its cute, nice to joke round with retail for a change - I hate the conventional emo shit like the: we are a family thing or become part of our family...AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH

Alistair C.'s picture
Alistair C.
Activity Score 692

this is an advert for toothpaste. 80s style.

hartspueler's picture
hartspueler
Activity Score 296

oh man, this is so bad that makes it actually cool again.

Disco Munky's picture
Disco Munky
Activity Score 3890

What happened in your creative department, didn't stay in your creative department.

I really quite like this.

Nice and quirky, without getting all weird and annoying.

"Make a name, or be defamed"

Doin' it for the points

nice gaijin's picture
nice gaijin
Activity Score 815

The Eric Estrada line is stolen, that really happened to Charlie Chaplin. Marginally funny.

alid's picture
alid
Activity Score 9

what the!

mikepants2005's picture
mikepants2005
Activity Score 504

The executions and scripts could have been far funnier!

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