I saw this 'Lynx body buffer cleans your balls' ad a while back at the cinemas & it was the most uncomfortable 3minutes of my life. The ad is not witty, it's not sexy and it's not funny, this has gone beyond the level of cheese Lynx ads usual hold. The product seems so foolish it appears to be a prank, haven't they learnt how your product is dispensed isn't the selling point? as seen by failures such as Neutrogena's Wave and Clearasil's Perfectowash.

Adding to the product's lack of value. They hired the most annoying person they could find to deliver the message. Sophie Monk, she looks ridiculous with her collagen filled lips & attempt of normal human expressions. And her acting was atrocious. The Ad is blatantly dirty & doesn't even try to put a witty spin to it. Honestly it is the most horrible cringe worthy ad I've seen in a long time. See for your self
 
 
I’m sick to death of hearing continuous babble in the media that ‘so & so is copying Lady GaGa’. The latest media buzz at the moment is Christina Aguilera channelling Lady GaGa in her new video clip ‘not myself’. I can’t see how that’s ‘copying’ per se. First of all Christina is a much better quality artist than Lady GaGa vocally and her outrageous video clip was actually suitable for her song lyrics. I don’t see how Gaga’s mass murder scene has anything to do with ‘Telephone’ or simulated gay sex have any connection to ‘Alejandro’. If you’re going to draw parallels between GaGa and every new artist that comes out with something interesting. Then I can easily say the shock factor has been used in fashion & video clips by artists such as Ayumi & Madonna way before lady Ga Ga’s time. And if you’re going to nit-pick then it’s clear GaGa is channelling Madonna in her new promotion for ‘Alejandro’.
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GaGa - Alejandro, Madonna - Vogue
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GaGa - Alejandro, Madonna - Frozen
Just because GaGa’s a bit of a media whore and is the loudest with her outrageous act and outfits, doesn’t make her original. There really is no such thing as originality anymore. It’s the same shit being churned out over and over again, just done at different times & in different mannerisms. Anyone can do an image search on Google and there will be similarities over time shown through different artists. Please stop talking GaGa up like she’s some revolutionary visionary that everyone in the music industry is copying. She’s just another pop star trying to make her mark. That’s all i have to say about that.

Cheerio,
Film Fanatic