Even the music uses Pathos because it gets us pumped and excited to see how the beverage will make us feel ourselves. As they walk out of the apartment everyone is holding the Mountain Dew Kickstart following the Puppy/Monkey/Baby. This is when it is revealed how the Puppy/Monkey/Baby fits in to this commercial and explains PepsiCo’s reasoning. Mountain Dew Kickstart is known for its combination of fruit juice, Mountain Dew’s signature recipe, and caffeine.
This commercial draws on the viewers emotional well-being through the dialogue of the characters. The first words said in the commercial are, " Never give up on the ones that you care about and, always remember the good things." That statement is strong and will immediately catch the reader 's attention. The little boy also said, “I looked everywhere.
Dywane Wade This advertisements claim is that if someone drinks Gatorade, he or she will be as athletic as Dwayne Wade. The ad is persuasive because Dwayne Wade is one of the most athletic and skilled basketball players in the NBA, and he drinks Gatorade, so others feel that if they drink Gatorade that in return they will be just as athletic. Most people may not believe the ad to that extent, however they will at least realize the fact that if a professional athlete is using the product it must be a good decision. Gatorade made the advertisement effective because of its logical appeal, and since Dwayne Wade is a well known basketball player, and he drinks Gatorade other athletes may feel the need to as well. The color red is used a lot in this advertisement.
To do this, Nike appeals to the audience’s emotions by getting into your softer side by making the commercial animated and opening the audience to not only male soccer players but to everybody. The video was about 5 minutes long and it was trying to tell you a story that you can relate too. Nike uses a classic story of failure and then success type of story that many advertisements use to appeal to peoples’ pathos appeals. They also used pathos with the music in the background. When the mood changed in the video so did the music in the background to get the viewer more engaged.
In the ad I watched, a customer wants to simply purchase a bottle of gatorade but the gas station clerk just won't allow it. After a few moments of the the clerk telling the customer no and giving him factual reasoning, Peyton Manning shows up. The use of ethos, pathos and logos in the ad seems to be an exceptional way of selling the product to the public. In
Milk is refreshing, muscle building, and nutritious. “Got milk?” uses this advertisement to get this point across. It consists of Taylor Swift, whose portrait is in the center of the ad, flirtingly leaning on her dark red guitar lined with a light tan rim. Her smooth pale face is slightly tilted to the right as she is seductively gazing into the camera with her starry brown eyes. She has a gentle, small, pearly white smile, which is adorned with the white stain of milk. She is wearing large hoop earrings, one of which is covered by her slight hand, leaning on her graceful neck, and a silk bracelet. Both are jewel studded and colored light brown to compliment her blondish tan spaghetti strap dress that matches her flowing slightly curly golden
The ad shows the affect the soft drink had on Drake’s sudden ability to perform. The sprite spread like wild fire through the rapper’s body and instantly he came back to life. The soft drink seemed to revive him just as a Doctor revives a patient who’s heart stops beating. Within moments of
In late summer of 1991, Gatorade ran an advertisement featuring a then 29 year old future Hall of Fame NBA player, Michael Jordan. It just aired right after he just won his first of six total NBA Championships. This ad was going to feature the first official athlete to be in a Gatorade ad. The ad’s focus was to young adults who are dreaming big, and want to become this great athlete along with being a great person. That is what Gatorade wanted to convey in this ad.
The commercial from the 1995 Super Bowl use more of pathos appeal- persuading the viewers using emotion. The commercial’s purpose was to have the candidates express their technique and thoughts without heavily showing off the new Doritos. The 2013 Super Bowl commercial primarily focused on logos appeal. The commercial time was spent showing off the new bag of Doritos and the relationship of the father and daughter. Both commercials ran for 30 seconds and was effective to one another.
It’s commonly known as the emotional appeal. For example in the ad, the old man misses his past as an astronaut. He’s sits in his couch and thinking about the great life that he had before. It’s very relatable because you have those moments where you think to yourself I wish I can go back to this day because it was the best day of my life. For the old man, it was when he first flew into space.
When Toucan Sam enters the house a ghost knight starts chasing him around. When the ghost knight corners him and when he can't go anywhere the bookcase on the wall flips. The wall reveals a small room, table, and chairs with of course a bowl of fruit loops. The mood in the commercial suddenly changes and everyone is happy.