it is always again refreshing in good films specially created Advertising to see. Whether it's a scene from the film, is a normal advertising in the background, or a parody, does not matter. the Screen Junkies have now times it created a huge advertising block - with excerpts from RoboCop (1987), Goodfellas, Wreck-It Ralph, Anchorman, Tropic Thunder, Jack and Jill, Jingle All the Way, Toy Story, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Serenity, GHOSTBUSTERS, Happy Gilmore, Batman (1989), Lost in Translation, Anchorman 2, Prometheus, Punch-Drunk Love, Donnie Darko, Requiem for a Dream, Talladega Nights, The Running Man, Tommy Boy, Transformers: Age of Extinction, The Truman Show, UHF, Westworld, The Wolf of Wall Street, Total Recall, Beetlejuice, Coming to America, Dodgeball, Halloween III, i Robot, RoboCop 2, Starship Troopers.
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