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Jude Law Stars in Anomaly’s Lengthy ‘The Gentleman’s Wager’ for Johnnie Walker

In the latest sign that the digital ad lengths are getting out of control, Anomaly tapped Jude Law for a six minute “short film” long ad promoting Johnnie Walker Blue Label.

When Law admires a wealthy friend’s boat, with the friend going on about the ship’s unique aspects and building circumstances, he makes a gentleman’s wager to win the seafaring vessel with a dance. Unsure why he would do this, when he can’t really dance, Law nevertheless prepares a choreographed effort to impress the friend and win the boat. It’s an entertaining enough set up, but the dance scene itself leaves a lot to be desired and drags on far too long. While not without its charm, “The Gentleman’s Wager” really could have been told in half its running time. Stay with us for credits after the jump. Read more

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BFG9000 Turns Attention to Kayak

Now that he’s launched a crusade to encourage moms to moderate their computer time, Gerry Graf is once again donning multiple hats on behalf of his New York-based shop, Barton F. Graf9000, LLC. This time, the advertising vet is serving as CD/AD/CW for one of BFG’s first clients, Kayak, in a series of spots that features various folks who are a bit behind when it comes to travel searching and are in desperate need of Kayak’s apparently super-fast, one-stop search services. Graf’s real message in the spot “Bright Man” above, though, is that only “morons” will make it to the top. Well, good to know.  Check out two more ads and credits after the jump.

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