Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Lately, every time I am sitting down relaxing in front of the television, I see several commercials about the upcoming movie, Fired Up. The movie is going be released February 20 of this year. It is about two high school football players that are dreading football summer camp. The two come up with an idea to join the cheerleading squad, and find themselves at cheer camp instead. They originally go to meet new beautiful women, but one of the guys falls head over heels in love.
Like we didn't see that coming. It seems like many movies that involve teenagers lives nowadays, are so predictable.
Usually I appreciate many forms of advertising, and can see why companies do what they do. But these particular commercials are so repetitive. They show the same scenes no matter which trailer is shown. It seems like it doesn't matter which channel I am watching, I still see the commercial every break in the show.
I know, I know, the company would be happy with me writing online about this upcoming movie, and happy to know these commercials stuck in my head, but after seeing it over and OVER, I have no intention of seeing it in the theaters or renting.
I'm not angry about these ads, I just feel like I've already seen it, so why waste my time...