Remember Frozen? It was CRAZY. It was everywhere : the songs, the DVDs, the dolls and the Elsa toys. It was so crazy that at one point, people become to be bored and sarcastic about it. “Let it gohhhhhh”. Pfff…
Then I watched it and found it… just OK.
In another region of mainstream entertainment, I watched Deadpool one day and couldn’t go til the end, bored by casual murders, bad jokes & puns, plus an horrible feeling of smart-ass irony detection, as if I was a geek target all movie long.
In France we call this humor under the belt “pipi caca” (pee poo).
Want examples? : http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1431045/quotes/
Soooo irreverent!!! Awwwee : therefore you saw cargos of people being so flattered to get Lord of the Rings or X-Men puns in Deadpool! Perfect to be a viral success, right? Parody! Irony! Teasers! Funny to be idiotic! Outrageous!
As they say in Wiki :
Reynolds worked closely with Fox domestic marketing chief to use the internet to their advantage and come up with cheaper, “Deadpool-based” ways to market the film.
Of course : targets! Moving cattle. Elbowing the audience… and… There’s a II. You don’t say!…
This morning I read a blog article written by the perfect target, who was really upset. The Frozen bored thing (“here we are with weeks of more terrible pee-poos from Deadpool – to elbow me”) mixed with the sentiment of being a part of a stock, of some cattle to move.
Let’s laugh with us! Deadpool II is stupidfunnier! Give money, we’re cool! Irony by the shovel! Laugh when I pun!
Well, this article is too long, and it’s not cool to talk about Deadpool (Marvel, therefore Disney) and Frozen (Disney – Hey wait a minute…).
Marketing is too be smart. Viral can work to move your cattle. BUT if you insist, if you are too long, you upset people. Upset people not good.
OK, you’re right, I should… Let it gohhhhhh…
Here’s the French version. So there.
Have a nice day!
-> ahahah so peepoo