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Three Ads

by David Gura
Oct 23, 2008

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Andrew Sullivan, of The Atlantic, embedded this video in his blog earlier today. A comedy group, called The Landline, made the short film.

Here is the premise: Sen. McCain, down in the polls, recruits three Hollywood directors — John Woo, Kevin Smith, and Wes Anderson — to make ads for his campaign. I agree with Sullivan's assessment of them: "John Woo (meh), Kevin Smith (decent), and Wes Anderson (brilliant)."


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