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Monday, 30 November 2009

Andy Amadeo

Original by Simon Faithfull

Rip-off by Andy Amadeo

"We weren't saying that the innovation was sending the
balloon up. No one had done it in HD before and not as
an advert before. We didn't use a music sound track or 
any celebrity voices. That's the innovation. The fact that 
we created it as an advert".

That's what Andy said when confronted with the fact that
his ad is the antithesis of innovation on account of it 
being a re-enactment of something that had been done 
5 years previously, rather than the embodiment of 
innovation as was his intention. 

The shit-burgers at Grey are adamant that Simon 
Faithful was 'part of the team' on the Toshiba ad. Strange,
then, that he's not mentioned in any single piece of their
publicity or supporting material. 

Here, for your amusement, is Andy Amadeo - the 
blathering cunt-eyed shitwhistle responsible for stealing 
Simon's idea - pretending to have had an idea of his own:  

Surely a far more interesting project would have been to 
tether Andy to a balloon that would take him into the upper
stratosphere and see what effects the change in 
atmospheric pressure would have upon his brain?

Perhaps, just before he exploded his brain would become
sufficiently deformed from it's usual shape to produce an
original idea?

Or perhaps not.

Truly, here is a cunt so massive that it's clitoris has it's
own moon.

Monday, 9 November 2009

Cat Campbell & Jo Wallace

Thanks Matt & Dave for this impeccably researched guest contribution:



Original by Brad Bird

Rip-off by Cat Campbell & Jo Wallace (‘creatives’ and directors) at Quiet Storm


Cat:  “Hey Jo, I’ve just had a really good creative idea for the Richmonds ad!”

 Jo:  “Ooh, what?”

 Cat:  “Have you seen Ratatouille?”

 Jo:  “Yeah, who hasn’t?!”

 Cat:  “Well you know the scene where Anton Ego has a childhood flashback?”

 Jo:  “Yeah?”

 Cat:  “That!”

 Jo:  “Wow! Genius!”

This pair of utter cunts have not only ripped off the idea of this brilliant scene from Pixar, they’ve even copied the execution. They obviously weren’t even creative enough to come up with a different way of filming it, so just used the exact same camera effect for the flashback. They might as well have just stolen Pixar’s footage and superimposed Richmond sausages over the ratatouille.

On the website of Rushes - the post-production company - the VFX artist says:

“This was all about the counter zoom... the Directors, Cat and Jo, wanted more control of the distance we travel in the zoom.”

Of course, the concept wouldn’t have worked if it wasn’t exactly like it is in the movie.

These idiots deserve to have their eyes forked out so they can never again sodomize the world of film.

‘The taste that takes you back’? 

Yeah, to the last time you watched Ratatouille.