Johnny Depp, Natalie Portman, Kristen Stewart discussed on Nick Digilio

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But it's like what I don't understand what's happening here. Right. There's the one with. Kristen Stewart where she's like, you know, like going through these like a strips of strips of fabric that are wrapping around her body, and it's like slow motion running around the Natalie Portman one. What would you do for love? Yeah. She's data Cupo those and Keira Knightley did a few of those with it just to make no, Johnny Depp. Where he's like burying something in the middle of the desert, and there's like a buffalo. I get it. Right. And he's all dressed up in Johnny Depp, scarves, and stuff on his head and glasses. You know, look with a vast looking like, Johnny Depp, burying something in the Julia Roberts abilities, the breakthrough walls. Those are controversial those are just dumb. But for some reason, I I like those ridiculous. I really like those ridiculous Cologne and perfume commercials that make no sense the Natalie Portman one kind of drives me what's the song that they use in that one. It's actually a pretty popular song that they use net commercial. Yeah. I don't know what it is. But it's like, it's a it's a song that I think was was a big hit a female artists. Saying it they use that in in the video. And then he asked the CSI, right? Yeah. So the. It chandelier. Right. Okay. Yeah. Chandelier by SIA, which is which is interesting because in. Vox lox. Natalie. Portman sing SIA songs in it. So they're like a connection between the two of them. Now. Wow. All right. Let's take a break. We got more controversial commercials to talk about here. We were talking about the Gillette ad which is causing a lot of controversy and a lot of conversation. I'm sure you guys have opinions on that. But also remembering some of the commercials from the past that caused some controversy three one two nine eight one seven two hundred three one nine hundred seventy one hundred talk and text we want to hear from you. All right back after this. Today's.

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