Kia Plays Musical Cars

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This Kia commercial has been out for a few weeks now but it's worth sharing for its pure fun and nod to the childhood game musical chairs. In the commercial, cars slowly drive in a circle around parking spots and when the music stops, well. you know what happens next. If this were an actual game and not a car commercial, you can be sure there'd be a whole lot more carnage than the beautifully choreographed ballet-style motion that makes this spot fun to watch.

by Steve Hall    May-18-07   Click to Comment   
Topic: Commercials, Good   

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I thought I should add that the background music for the "musical chairs" sequence in the Kia commercial is "The Whistler and His Dog" a famous caprice composed by the bandleader and virtuoso trombonist Arthur Pryor.

Posted by: Andrew on July 2, 2007 8:13 PM

I do not like this commercial at all. Everytime I see it I get aggravated. I think it would give young teen-age drivers the idea that this would be a cool thing to do. I can just imagine how that scenerio would play out. Like kids need any more bad behavioral images flashed in front of their impressionable eyes and minds. Just my opinion. But I think enough teen age kids get killed in cars already and giving them another way to do it is irresponsible.

Posted by: misslynnielu on July 10, 2007 7:48 PM

I do not like this commercial at all. Everytime I see it I get aggravated. I think it would give young teen-age drivers the idea that this would be a cool thing to do. I can just imagine how that scenerio would play out. Like kids need any more bad behavioral images flashed in front of their impressionable eyes and minds. Just my opinion. But I think enough teen age kids get killed in cars already and giving them another way to do it is irresponsible.

Posted by: misslynnielu on July 10, 2007 7:50 PM

I do not like this commercial at all. Everytime I see it I get aggravated. I think it would give young teen-age drivers the idea that this would be a cool thing to do. I can just imagine how that scenerio would play out. Like kids need any more bad behavioral images flashed in front of their impressionable eyes and minds. Just my opinion. I think enough teen age kids are killed in cars already and giving them another way to do it is irresponsible.

Posted by: misslynnielu on July 10, 2007 7:51 PM

I do not like this commercial at all. Everytime I see it I get aggravated. I think it would give young teen-age drivers the idea that this would be a cool thing to do. I can just imagine how that scenerio would play out. Like kids need any more bad behavioral images flashed in front of their impressionable eyes and minds. Just my opinion. I think enough teen age kids are killed in cars already and giving them another way to do it is irresponsible.

Posted by: misslynnielu on July 10, 2007 7:54 PM

I do not like this commercial at all. Everytime I see it I get aggravated. I think it would give young teen-age drivers the idea that this would be a cool thing to do. I can just imagine how that scenerio would play out. Like kids need any more bad behavioral images flashed in front of their impressionable eyes and minds. Just my opinion. I think enough teen age kids are killed in cars already and giving them another way to do it is irresponsible.

Posted by: misslynnielu on July 10, 2007 7:56 PM

I do not like this commercial at all. Everytime I see it I get aggravated. I think it would give young teen-age drivers the idea that this would be a cool thing to do. I can just imagine how that scenerio would play out. Like kids need any more bad behavioral images flashed in front of their impressionable eyes and minds. Just my opinion. I think enough teen age kids are killed in cars already and giving them another way to do it is irresponsible.

Posted by: misslynnielu on July 10, 2007 8:00 PM

OOOPS!!!

Posted by: misslynnielu on July 10, 2007 8:02 PM







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