Mohammed Shahriar Keith Evans English 1301 11 November, 2016 Quiz 5: Old Spice Very few advertisement products are as memorable as a trailer for old spice called “The Man Your Man Could Smell Like.” Even without the use logos, this commercial is successful due to how it masterfully utilizes ethos and pathos to make it very memorable in the eyes of the audience. An example of ethos can be seen in the very first shot of the commercial, it sets the tone for what the ideal man is supposed to look like. The speaker is a handsome, ripped, shirtless man and he compares his physique to the husbands of the wives that are watching the commercial. Old spice is a body wash and it uses this image of an ideal man to gain credibility for itself.
As Milkman is adamant that finding the gold is his main goal, he soon becomes curious about his family history. Milkman is now becoming that independent mature man he has yearned to be for his whole life. Toni Morrison displays glimpses of Milkman personality changing slowly as he goes out of his way to help a man lift a crate onto a dolly. Being able to leave his father the first time, Milkman is able feel the wind as he is ready to take flight. However after being attacked by Gutair while hunting, Milkman is able to open his eyes to a whole new perspective of the world.
The Volkswagen Darth Vader Kid Commercial (Television) This is a humorous commercial that heavily uses pathos. The commercials use of a childhood dream brings a happy and humor filled vibe that appeals to a large audience. In the commercial, a child dressed as Darth Vader attempts to use the force with no prevail. This appeals to the audience because Star Wars is so well known and has such a large fan base. When the child tries to use the force on a Volkswagen, his dad uses the remote start which creates tremendous shock and joy to the child because he now believes he can use the force.
Your friends are counting on you”, and then shows the dog licking the owners face because he is glad that he came back home. I think the second part of the commercial is the most effective in making sure when those are drinking they make the responsible decision that way they can make it home safely. The audience can relate to this because when the screen goes black especially the first time it really makes the audience ponder what it would be like if their loved ones never made it home, and also how it would make their loved ones feel if they didn’t make it back home after a night of drinking. Therefore, making the audience wanting to be responsible after a night of drinking that way they are able to see their family and friends again. Also, in the commercial when the man comes back home stating that he didn’t think it was a good idea to drive home after he was drinking so he stayed the night at Dave’s advising the audience to make a plan to get home safely and be responsible in hopes that the message will get out there to decrease the amount of accidents caused by drunk
Their friendship is something that most people would have laughed at and never thought would be possible. They have proved that friendship and serving God is far more important than any material possessions in this world. They started by talking next to a dumpster and have now written a best selling book, will have a movie made about their story, and were even invited to the White house. After the White House visit Denver began to laugh and said “I’ve gone from living in the bushes, to eating with the Bushes.” This comment shows the humor these two men share and their ability to be positive no matter what the situation. These men are true American heroes and have the ability to touch the hearts of thousands of
In this year’s Super Bowl, we are all probably talking about the final touchdo-----no, were talking about the commercials that were played throughout the game because, who cares about the actual game itself. Most people watch the Super Bowl because of the commercials and the Half-Time show. We all know that the commercials are the best part! But, without further ado, let’s talk about 2 of the best commercials that were played through the Super Bowl LI. The first commercial that I am going to talk about is the Netflix commercial.
They implore that everyone can be an activist and advocate for equal treatment of both sexes. Although all three men executed their own pieces with emotion and poignancy, Mason Granger seemed to be the crowd favorite. He added an element of stand up comedy to his monologues. His use of different voices and accents held the attention of the college kids. He spoke about global warming and building
When he returned to his family, he was happy and he felt all the emotions and pleasures that failed to exist when he was not with them. He did not realize this however. His passion clouded everything else in his life which drove him into the first steps of the loneliness that led him to make the mistakes he did. After the monster was created and Victor had fled to outrun his problems, the monster drove Victor’s sense of loneliness to new heights. Victor felt he had no one to turn to because he did not want to tell anyone what he had created.
He is always timid and insecure about what he is doing. Moreover, the party died. Two men beside him, with their own faults, told him to get back into Pete, and Harry followed accordingly. As soon as Pete came back to life, so did the party. The confident man roared at the people to liven the event, and they did as he said, far into the night.
Gene is obliged to watch and comfort his best friend through numerous disappointments, all of which were caused by his single crime. He crushes dozens of Phineas’ dreams— Phineas could no longer compete in the Olympics, serve in the Army, or play sports all because of Gene’s inability to control himself. Moreover, Gene’s transgression didn’t stop at dream-crushing— he even indirectly kills his friend after Elwin Lepellier explains his memories of the incident. We are shown Gene’s suffering during Phineas’ funeral when he writes “I did not cry then or ever about Finny. I did not cry even when I stood watching him being lowered into his family’s strait-laced burial ground outside of Boston.
The culmination of Texas 's weak play recently and Baylor 's consecutive eleven win seasons make them a perfect place for bandwagoners hopping off of Texas. Plus, the brand new McLane Stadium brings a lot of excitement to the area with more seating for new fans. Honestly, if you want to find a true Baylor fan, ask him to name three quarterbacks before RG3, if he can name some then he 's a legitimate Baylor fan. Yet, the bandwagoners aren 't even necessarily the worst part, with the recent winning going on fans in Waco think they 're the royalty of college football. Like, chill out a lil ' bit there, you 're just a joker who 's had some funny one liners recently.
Above their heads in big bold white letters the words “Never Hide” are printed. The viewer then notices the surroundings and the people staring cruelly at the two men. Then the eyes slowly travel to the bottom of the paper and see in red and white, the very well known brand, Ray Bans. Beside that it says 75 years legends, and underneath it says Genuine since 1937 in white. In the corner of the paper at the bottom it says, “be apart of the Legend on ray-ban.com.” The brand-new ad for Ray Bans holds a powerful message that encourages people to be genuine with who they are, even if its not accepted in society.
I dont know where id be without ben and Leo and the People at Mudlark Theatre. without my dad doing their dads taxes i would have never found Mudlark and become freinds with them. they are so likeable because its the 4 of us always together who all share the same intrest and hobbies and the memories we have together are some of the best. from flipping outside of the trampoline to yelling from the bleachers to a brewers player for taking steroids. they are like frances to me because even though we dont go to the same school or live in the same city we treasure the times together and have the best time ever.
Weems receives the credit for the cherry tree myth that so many of us know to this very day and use this to give an exaggerated reason for Washington 's honesty. He used this wild story to gain any small amount of wealth he could grab from the unsuspecting people of this time. He weaved stories to teach lessons on behalf of Washington to further his point that he was such a great leader. President Abraham Lincoln admitted to reading the stories as a young boy to help shape him into the great president he had later become. By making up these stories to heighten Washington’s stature, people admired and perceived him as a religious man, even though there is no evidence to support that he was a devout Christian.