This Generic Ad Perfectly Sums Up How Every Company Tries To Convince You They’re Changing The World

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Low, warm, voiceovers. The obviously forced inclusion of different ethnicities. Sped-up footage of people walking through cities.

These are just some of the images and graphics that this hilarious video parodies with “This Is A Generic Brand.”

Aside from the many car and communications companies that continue to release the same commercial over and over again, the first thing we thought of after watching this was the beginning of Ben Stiller’s “Tropic Thunder” and its fake movie trailers.

That and Sam Elliot introducing “The Big Lebowski.”

“Aw, shoot, I lost my train of thought.”

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