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June 18, 2012
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"Little Darth Vader" Max Page • In a statement following his successful open-heart surgery on Saturday. The seven year old, famous for his appearance in a Force-inspired Volkswagen Passat ad, suffers from Tetralogy of Fallot, a congenital heart disease that has caused him to require multiple heart surgeries since his diagnosis at three months of age. However, thanks to his most recent procedure, Page may not find himself in need of another procedure until he’s 22. source (viafollow)
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March 22, 2012

How do smart phones work? Sony’s attempt to kickstart its mobile phone line begins anew with the help of the Wes Anderson-directed clip above. Creation of the 62-second ad required 9 unique sets, 37 custom-made models, and over 10,000 man hours of labor. While charming, we have to wonder, was the ad really worth it? Did the combined imaginations of an eight-year old and Wes Anderson make you an Xperia convert? source

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14:06 // 2 years ago
January 31, 2012

Bueller … Bueller … So, question for you all — is it awesome that Matthew Broderick’s reliving his faux-childhood memories, or just sad? “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” came out a solid 25 and a half years ago, and is arguably his crowning achievement (though “The Producers” on Broadway comes close). This early Super Bowl ad, which openly references “Bueller,” albeit with some modern touches, should remind you of two things: Matthew Broderick is going to be 50 in a little over a month, and a Honda CR-V is not a Ferrari. Is that a good thing or a bad thing? (By the way, when you’re done with this, Jerry Seinfeld also has a past-referencing car ad.) source

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June 16, 2011

Robin Williams has been into Legend of Zelda since the ’80s. And in this new ad for the 3DS version of the Nintendo 64 classic Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (one of the best video games ever), Robin Williams is their poster boy. He’s a pretty big fan, apparently, and he has the proof. Check it out. source

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13:53 // 2 years ago