I don't know. Give this next chapter of Bud Light's Up For Whatever entry a view. To me it just comes of as if it were an overzealous ad school student version of the original. If you recall, the brand launched a celebrity-studded version of this ad during the Super Bowl in which the likes of Don Cheadle, Minka Kelly and Arnold Schwarzenneger along with One Republic show one guy an epic night.
In this second outing, a couple of guys, Jesse and Luis, get to hang with NBA All Stars Alonzo Mourning, Karl Malone, Penny Hardaway, Bruce Bowen, Darryl Dawkins along with Benny the Bull and experience a basketball lover's dream.
It all falls kind of flat.
Having some fun with Saturday Night Live's CNN Pregnancy Test bit, home pregnancy test brand e.p.t. is exploring the creation of a series of limited-edition pregnancy test sticks that interact with women just like their favorite news programs.
Of the sticks, Jennifer Moyer, vice president of marketing for Insight Pharmaceuticals, parent company of e.p.t. said, "We all saw SNL's sketch Saturday night announcing the new CNN Pregnancy Test, with its constant breaking alerts, even when there is no news to report. We think SNL has stumbled on a great idea, and we'd like to take it to the next level."
Just in time for Easter, Easy Explain Videos is out with a collection of, well, easy to understand spoofs of well known TV shows such as Game of Thrones, Star Trek, The X-Files, Breaking Bad, Homeland, Walking Dead, Dexter and The Big Bang Theory.
Each video, with its own unique name like Game of Eggs, Star Tregg and The Egg Files are all about experiencing some witty Easter amusement. Check three of them out in the video below and all of them on this site where you can vote on what you'd like them to create next.
This three minute opus for Tosando Music company presents us with a scene of a father performing on the piano at his daughter's wedding. Interspersed with the music are memories of the man's life and a wife who is no longer in the picture.
You don't need to understand Japanese to sense the emotions experienced here and how wedding always bring out the deepest, most intense emotions buried deep inside a family.
Classical music gets a bum rap these days. It's perceived as the thing only your grandparents listen to yet its the backbone to almost every great move ever made. B-Classic, a Belgian music festival which promotes classical music is out with a new video that asks us to envision classical music differently.
We all know a great video can vastly increase the appeal of a piece of music. MTV knew that and built a business on it. Now that's YouTube's job. But we digress.
Check out this video in which cheerleaders and hot pants-clad hotties shake their booties to Dvorak's Symphony No. 9 Allegro con fuoco as if they were in a hip hop video.