Movie Promo Highlights The Painful Effects of Ketchup
Guys, and we do mean guys, this is painful. Very painful. But, very funny as well. To promote the Swedish teen film, originally called Hip Hip Hora, a movie that follows a 13 year old girl to a party where she does the usual teen things like get drunk and get hit on by older, 14-year-old boys, a microsite, under the new name of the film, The Ketchup Effect, was launched which contains a video caused us to mention the word "pain." It's not exactly the kind of teaser you see emanating from the U.S. which, of course, is why it's so good. Give the teaser a look.
Even though I saw it coming, it's still damn funny.
Good thing she didn't use the butter knife trick.
"Guys, and I do mean guys," I was trying to think of a word they have for anonymous guys who get on the Internet and talk about 13 year olds and blow jobs... oh, it just came to me: pedophile. Do you ever wonder why people think so poorly of our business?
Hey, I don't make the trailers. I just report them. And, no one "in the business" made it either. It's part of the movie. So blame Hollywood. And who's being anonymous here?
Don't blame Hollywood? This is a Swedish film, so Hollywood has nothing to do with it. And, john olson, the message of the film is about the support and understanding that should be given to young girls that are the victims of this kind of behaviourů
As a trailer goes, it is funny and intriguing and gets you thinking 'what the hell is that about' and you check out the site.
As for 'paedophiles' (please note the spelling) only 1 person seems to have made a mental connection with the age of the actors, the others were commenting on the trailer.
thats fuckin funny
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