amazing ad. i love the past and present, now and then depiction. check out the 3d glasses he was wearing in the movie theatre. for some reason i got a kick out of that part. i just love this commercial because everyone at some point in their life, whether it be in their adolescent or adult life, we have all been through a moment like this with the person of our liking in one form or another. the time when you got all jazzed up to go out on that magical first date. the butterflies in your stomach. the first kiss. the honeymoon stage and finally that first argument. those were good times and it brings back fond memories of the past or present. and of course it ends with “what’s important doesn’t change.” just amazing.
the casting on the girl was perfect. she did an incredible job. and geez, she’s gorgeous. the guy was okay. a little cheesy on a couple scenes, especially at the end. oh yeah, the samsung note too. really?! ;)
i love me some mexican food. chipotle isnt necessarily real mexican food from the streets of tijuana, but hell it’s pretty damn good. all you new yorkers already know that new york does not have good mexican food. quite frankly, it sucks with the exception of a few taco trucks around the city. chipotle is the way to go.
i do love the fact that they don’t buy from industrial farms. the example that they are setting is on the right track. no one can be perfect, but for a company the size of chipotle i respect the efforts that are put in place. this is a great chipotle ad and who doesn’t love coldplay?!; the scientist happens to be one of my all-time favorite songs.
this ad was originally aired during the 1984 super bowl for the introduction of the apple macintosh which revolutionized personal computers. if you read the steve jobs book then you know what this commercial was all about. it was mentioned quite a bit and i even believe there was a whole chapter dedicated to it if i can remember correctly. the interpretation of the ad was the saving of humanity from conforming to society.
google is part of our everyday life now and there is no escaping it. regardless of how you feel about the actual glasses i think this demo was great. granted, i’m a little bias because i do live in new york city and know where everything was shot. and strand bookstore is absolutely amazing. i enjoyed this so much that i shazammed the song and spotified it right away. the sound effects remind me of the nintendo game super mario brothers for some reason.