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buy Vanilla Sky
Vanilla Sky
Date:
14-20 Dec., 2001
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$25.0 M
Featured brands: Ann Taylor, Apple, Black Angus Restaurant, BMW, Budweiser, Cadillac, Chase, Coca-Cola, Ferrari, Ford, Ford Mustang, Heinz, HotJobs, Jack Daniel's, Jockey, Joe Boxer, JVC, Kodak, LG, Liz Claiborne, Mack, Madison Square Garden, Mail Boxes Etc, Marriott, Maxell, McDonald's, Merrill Lynch, Motorola, MTV, Nasdaq, NBC, Novotel, Patron, Pepsi, Philips, Planters, Prudential, Rolling Rock, Saab, Samsung, Sephora, Skechers, Sony, Sony Ericsson, Steinway & Sons, Toys ’’R’’ Us, USA Today, USPS, Virgin, Volkswagen
Comments: A placement donnybrook, Vanilla Sky racks up many of its brands right from the start with an extensive sequence in Times Square. JVC, Ferrari and Ford Mustang get better, and more private, later scenes.
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buy Ocean's Eleven
Ocean's Eleven
Date:
7-13 Dec., 2001
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$38.1 M
Featured brands: Absolut, Adecco, Apple, Bellagio Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Bentley, Budweiser, Caesars Palace, Car Freshner, Dr. Pepper, Emmit's Irish Pub, FedEx, Finlandia, Flamingo Las Vegas, Ford, GMC, Grey Goose, HBO, HID, Ketel One, Lincoln, Macy's, Maker's Mark, Mandalay Bay Casino, MGM Grand, Michelob, Mirage Casino, Philips, Plantronics, RadioShack, Ramlosa, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey, Rolex, Rolls Royce, Samuel Adams, Stardust Casino, Stolichnaya, Teen Beat, Time, Tropicana, Trump Plaza, USA Today, Yale
Comments: Filled with casino names, Eleven is fairly surprising in that despite its forty-plus brands, nothing really stands out. But then that’s the goal, isn’t it?
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buy Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
Date:
16 Nov-6 Dec., 2001
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$171.4 M
Featured brands: adidas, London Zoo, Triumph, Vauxhall, Vespa
Comments: With almost all of the action taking place in the mystical, and brand-less, Hogwarts School, brands need to get in fast. Vauxhall autos make a nice early show as does a classic old Triumph motorbike.
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buy Monsters, Inc.
Monsters, Inc.
Date:
2-15 Nov., 2001
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$108.1 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Even though there were several opportunities to feature real brands (such as on soccer balls), Pixar maintains its custom of keeping everything fictional unless absolutely necessary.
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buy K-PAX
K-PAX
Date:
26 Oct-1 Nov., 2001
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$17.2 M
Featured brands: A1, Bellvue Hospital, Chevrolet, Ford, Macy's, New Yorker, Rose Center for Earth & Space, Salvation Army, Yahoo!
Comments: Despite it being set in New York, K-PAX’s moody, earth-based, sci-fi take on the big branded apple doesn’t allow for many appearances.
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buy From Hell
From Hell
Date:
19-25 Oct., 2001
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$11.0 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: More products than brands, substances such as absinthe and laudlum show up often. And the Freemasons organization comes out looking pretty darn bad.
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buy Training Day
Training Day
Date:
5-18 Oct., 2001
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$36.0 M
Featured brands: Apple, Beretta, BMW, Cadillac, Carhartt, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Enyce, Ford Mustang, GMC, Heisler, Hummer, J&B, Kool, MasterCard, Mercedes, Rocawear, Volkswagen Beetle
Comments: Has the VW Beetle ever been used more effectively to communicate character background? Something the classic Monte Carlo also does well here. And the appearance of Kool, a genuine cigarette brand, adds some realism, a product placement rarity in contemporary film.
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buy Don't Say a Word
Don't Say a Word
Date:
28 Sep-4 Oct., 2001
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$17.1 M
Featured brands: Art Review, Chevrolet, CNN, Ducati, Dunbar, Ford, HBO, Land Rover, Marathon, Seiko, Sleepy's, Sony, Volvo
Comments: Nothing outstanding here. And not too many brands either. Land Rover reinforces its image as the ride of yuppie intellectuals.
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buy Hardball
Hardball
Date:
14-27 Sep., 2001
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$17.5 M
Featured brands: Beefeater Gin, BMW, Budweiser, Canadian Club, Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks, Domino's Pizza, Dos Equis, Ford, FUBU, Glock, Grand Marnier, Heineken, J&B, Kahlua, Miami Heat, MoneyGram, New York Yankees, Nike, Old Style, Pacifico, Pepsi, Phat Farm, Rawlings, Samuel Adams, Sugar Babies, United Center
Comments: Despite being a baseball film about kids, Hardball manages to mix brands such as Samuel Adams, Grand Marnier, J&B, Dos Equis and Glock with the more expected Yankees, Nike and Rawlings.
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buy The Musketeer
The Musketeer
Date:
7-13 Sep., 2001
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$10.3 M
Featured brands: none
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buy Jeepers Creepers
Jeepers Creepers
Date:
31 Aug-6 Sep., 2001
Studio: United Artists
Weekend gross: US$13.1 M
Featured brands: Chevrolet, Four Winds, Winnebago
Comments: Even if it didn’t take place almost entirely on an isolated country road, the fact that Creepers is a horror film would mean that, like its predecessors and its successors, brands are hard to find.
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buy American Pie 2
American Pie 2
Date:
10-30 Aug., 2001
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$78.7 M
Featured brands: 7-Eleven, adidas, Baskin-Robbins, Cornell University, Dodge, Doritos, Ford, Ford Mustang, Guggenheim, Honda, Jeep, Kangol, LifeStyles, Lion King, L'Oreal, Mercedes, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Mountain Dew, New York Times, O'Malley's on Main, Paul Frank, Pepsi, Polo Ralph Lauren, Red Bull, Reebok, SoBe
Comments: What better place for LifeStyles condoms than American Pie? Some beverages also get good screen time, including Mountain Dew, Pepsi and the 7-Eleven Big Gulp. But strangely, despite all of the drinking, there wasn’t a single discernible brand of alcohol. Many bottles and labels looked close (Jim Beam, Ketel One), but just weren’t quite right.
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buy Rush Hour 2
Rush Hour 2
Date:
3-9 Aug., 2001
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$67.4 M
Featured brands: Bally's Hotel and Casino, BOSCH, Budweiser, Corvette, Ferrari, Ford, Hitachi, Honda, Jaguar, Kodak, LG, McDonald's, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Nikon, Panasonic, Philips, Rolls Royce, Siemens, Toyota, United Airlines, Versace, Victoria's Secret
Comments: When sequels of hit movies hit the screen, having one huge brand feature is often too irresistible for the producers. With good brand integration, Rush Hour 2 doesn’t suffer this problem. Other problems, maybe. But not that one.
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buy Planet of the Apes
Planet of the Apes
Date:
27 Jul-2 Aug., 2001
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$68.5 M
Featured brands: Ford
Comments: Given the thousand other questions its presence would raise, it is better not to ask why a Ford appears in Apes. There just is, okay.
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buy Jurassic Park III
Jurassic Park III
Date:
20-26 Jul., 2001
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$50.8 M
Featured brands: Barney, Carhartt, Chips Ahoy, Corona, Doritos, Ford, Nestlé
Comments: Taking place largely on a deserted island, there isn't much to see here. There did seem to be some missed opportunities for food, though Nestle Crunch took advantage. And finally, a great inside joke placement with Barney the dinosaur appearing in a movie about dinosaurs.
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buy Legally Blonde
Legally Blonde
Date:
13-19 Jul., 2001
Studio: MGM
Weekend gross: US$20.4 M
Featured brands: Airstream, Apple, Barbie, Bekins, Calvin Klein, Charmin, Cheetos, Clairol, Clinique, Cosmopolitan, evian, Ford, Goldfish, Harry Winston, Harvard University, Herbal Essences, IBM, igloo, KMS, Mercedes, New Balance, Pepsi, Percocet, Porsche, Prada, Princeton University, Red Bull, Seventeen, Stairmaster, Taco Bell, Tiffany & Co., Tod's, University of California, Berkeley, UPS, Upscale, Vogue, WB, Wilson, Yale University
Comments: Sororities are the perfect showcase for brands such as Clinique and Clairol. While Harvard is the perfect showcase for Harvard. The university’s lead goes unquestioned with Apple and Porsche playing big parts. Finally, the UPS sends it’s hunky brand ambassador.
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buy Cats and Dogs
Cats and Dogs
Date:
6-12 Jul., 2001
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$21.7 M
Featured brands: 7-Eleven, Alpo, Capri-Sun, Euka, Isuzu, Madison Square Garden, Nokia, Pepsi, Purina, RE/MAX, Titan
Comments: Obviously pet product friendly, Cats and Dogs manages to prominently slide in a few other brands such as Capri Sun and real estate agency RE/MAX. And though not technically a real brand, the Canine News Network (CNN) could be considered a plug.
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buy A.I. Artificial Intelligence
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
Date:
29 Jun-5 Jul., 2001
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$29.4 M
Featured brands: Chanel, Time
Comments: Of director Steven Spielberg's two takes on our branded future, A.I. couldn't differ more from his later film Minority Report. Time Magazine and Chanel are all there is here. (Though trivia has it that one of the building models is actually a Harman Kardon speaker for an Apple Macintosh.)
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buy The Fast and the Furious
The Fast and the Furious
Date:
22-28 Jun., 2001
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$40.1 M
Featured brands: Acura, Alpine, APEXi, Atomic Zen, AXIS, BF Goodrich, Boblbe-e, Budweiser, Chilton Automotive Manuals, Chupa Chups, Coca-Cola, Compaq, Converse, Corona, Dodge, Eurolite, Fatburger, Ferrari, Ford, Freightliner, GMC, GReddy, HKS, Honda, Joy, Krispy Kreme, Lay's, Lexus, M.I.T., Mastercraft, Mazda, Meguiar's, Michelin, Mitsubishi, Momo, MoTeC, Motorola, Nissan, Nos, Oakley, Panasonic, Peterbilt, Phat Farm, Pirelli, Pizza Hut, Red Bull, Robocar, Shoei, Snapple, Sparco, Toyo Tires, Toyota, Tropicana, Troy Lee Designs, VeilSide, Volkswagen, Von Dutch, Yamaha
Comments: The title of the film is about cars, but it could be about brands as well. Honda’s Civic model gets a ton of screen time alongside almost every other make of automobile one could conceivably trick out. And don’t forget those stickers, the source of many of Furious’ brands. Caron, Red Bull and Panasonic put in the prominent non-racing appearances.
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buy Tomb Raider
Tomb Raider
Date:
15-21 Jun., 2001
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$47.7
Featured brands: Airstream, BF Goodrich, Ducati, Heckler & Koch, Land Rover, McLaren, MINI, Pepsi, Range Rover, Sony, Sony Ericsson, Sony VAIO, Sotheby's, Tissot, UPS
Comments: Details for Tomb Raider fans are important. For example, websites on the film don’t just say she fires Heckler & Koch pistols, but 9mm Heckler & Koch USP MATCH pistols. Or that her phone’s not just an Ericsson, but an Ericsson R310. Or not just that her chest is big but technically 36DD.
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buy Swordfish
Swordfish
Date:
8-14 Jun., 2001
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$18.1 M
Featured brands: Armani, Bank of America, Canon, Chevrolet, Chupa Chups, CNBC, CNN, Coca-Cola, Credit Suisse, De Loach, Dell, Ernst & Young, Ford, Ford Mustang, Heineken, Hummer, Jaguar, Johnnie Walker, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Malibu, MCI, Mercedes, Nokia, Panasonic, Ricard, Saab, Smirnoff, Survivor, TVR, V8, Wells Fargo, Wired
Comments: Booze and cars. Booze and cars. Heineken tops the lot for beverages. Though one has to wonder if a guy who drives a $150,000 TVR Tuscan would drink Heineken. Dell puts an everywhere performance in a film all about computers (and booze and cars).
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buy Pearl Harbor
Pearl Harbor
Date:
25 May-7 Jun., 2001
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$88.7 M
Featured brands: CBS, Coca-Cola, Everlast, Hamilton, Jack Daniel's, Mumm, NBC, New York Times, Pepsi, Saturday Evening Post, Sunray Gasoline
Comments: Maybe the war effort brought them together, but rare is the occasion when both Pepsi and Coke are found in the same film. The other big beverage is Jack Daniel’s, apparently the drink of choice for fighter pilots. And if there’s a boxing scene, there’s Everlast, even in 1941.
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buy Shrek
Shrek
Date:
18-24 May., 2001
Studio: DreamWorks
Weekend gross: US$42.3 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Compared to its sequel, Shrek 2, the original is a deserted product landscape. Sure there’s a few jokes about Disney and the old TV show Love Connection, but nothing to foreshadow what the franchise would deliver later.
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buy The Mummy Returns
The Mummy Returns
Date:
4-17 May., 2001
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$101.8 M
Featured brands: British Museum, Brymay, Guinness, Huntley & Palmer, Princeton University, Thompson
Comments: A product placement two-fer: The British Museum featured here is actually University College London. Also, Guinness advertises its dark goodness on London’s iconic double-decker buses.
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buy Driven
Driven
Date:
27 Apr-3 May., 2001
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$12.2 M
Featured brands: AAA, Arai, Bayer, Bioptron, BOSCH, Budweiser, Canada Life, Champion, Cheerios, Coca-Cola, Corona, Craftsman, DirecTV, Dodge, Dog Chow, elf, Energizer, ESPN, FedEx, Firehawk, Firestone, FOX, Freightliner, Fuji, Gillette, Hanes, Harley-Davidson, Havoline, Hawaiian Tropic, Herdez, Hilton, Hisamitsu, HMV, Honda, HP, Hugo Boss, Kirin, Kleenex, K-Mart, Kool, Labatt, LifeSavers, Lincoln Electric, Lista, Magneti Marelli, Maker's Mark, Marlboro, Mazda, McDonald's, MCI, Mercedes, Miller, Molson, Monroe, Motorola, MTCI, Nextel, Nippo, NTN, PacWest, Pentax, People, Philip Zepter, Pioneer, Players, PPG, PUMA, Quaker State, Safety-Kleen, Seibu, Shell, Snapple, Sonax, Sony, Sony PlayStation, Sparco, Speed Stick, Speedo, Staff Service, STP, Suave, Target, Tecate, telegate, Telmex, Telstra, Tenneco, Texaco, Timken, Tire Club, Toyota, Troy Lee Designs, UOL, Via Magazine, Visa, Visteon, Volkswagen, Walker, Winfield, Worldcom, Xenadrine, Zepter
Comments: When reviewers or audiences complain about product placement, why doesn’t anyone ever mention Driven? Because this is what car racing really looks like. With well over 100 appearing brands, this was by far our biggest challenge. See something we missed? It shouldn’t be too hard.
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buy Bridget Jones's Diary
Bridget Jones's Diary
Date:
20-26 Apr., 2001
Studio: Miramax
Weekend gross: US$10.2 M
Featured brands: Absolut, Apple, Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Dennis, evian, Ford, Fuji, Häagen-Dazs, Heinz, Hello!, Herbal Essences, Hitachi, Lancôme, Lemsip, McDonald's, Mercedes, Microsoft, MINI, Monopoly, Montblanc, MSN, Nescafé, New York Yankees, Nokia, Panerai, Pemberley Press, Polo, Polo Ralph Lauren, Samsung, Sanyo, Silk Cut, Sprite, TDK, Tesco, Tiffany & Co., Twister
Comments: Just like it’s hard to imagine a filmmaker ever doing a New York scene without a Yankees hat, nothing says London like a MINI crammed full of Brits. Further, if Times Square is a filmed-in-New-York staple, Piccadilly Circus is the London counterpart (enter TDK, Nescafé, et al). Nokia and Apple are also featured very prominently.
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buy Spy Kids
Spy Kids
Date:
30 Mar-19 Apr., 2001
Studio: Miramax
Weekend gross: US$68.3 M
Featured brands: Body Glove, Donzi, Isuzu, Jeep, McDonald's, Orville Redenbacher, Perrier, Philips, Spam
Comments: Spy Kids avoids brand inclusion for the most part, but when it goes for it, it goes for broke. To witness the McDonald’s scene is to be amazed. Also, Isuzu’s Trooper and Rodeo models get good screen time.
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buy Heartbreakers
Heartbreakers
Date:
23-29 Mar., 2001
Studio: MGM
Weekend gross: US$11.8 M
Featured brands: Chanel, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Donzi, Gap, Hawaiian Tropic, Honda, Land Rover, Lexus, Louis Vuitton, Mercedes, Mercury Outboards, Michelob, Moët & Chandon, Nokia, Porsche, Rolls Royce, Sony, Starbucks, Toyota, Walmart, Yale locks
Comments: Wal-Mart, The Gap and Starbucks all get a little slap-down in this rather uninspiring example in product placement. Nokia puts in a solid show but will go on to do better in subsequent years. Mercedes is the biggest star here with Honda a close second.
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buy Exit Wounds
Exit Wounds
Date:
16-22 Mar., 2001
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$18.5 M
Featured brands: Astroglide, Bacardi, Barbasol, Bentley, Cadillac, Chevrolet, Chevrolet El Camino, Coca-Cola, Detroit Red Wings, Dodge, Ducati, Ferrari, Ford, Glock, GMC, Hennessy, Hummer, Ice House, Kit Kat, Krispy Kreme, Lamborghini, Land Rover, Miller, Oprah Winfrey, Panasonic, Panerai, Pelle Pelle, Pepsi, Phat Farm, Pizza Pizza, Porsche, Reebok, Rolex, Rolls Royce, Samsung, Shorney's Optical, Smith & Wesson, Stihl, TAG Heuer, TEREX, Tim Hortons, USA Today, Volkswagen, York
Comments: How is it a film with such impossibly absurd plotting, dialogue and action can display some of the most realistic product integration? From the Dodge Ram truck to the Lamborghini to the Hummer to the alcohol, to the Pepsi machines, the products are the most believable figures to be found here.
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buy The Mexican
The Mexican
Date:
2-15 Mar., 2001
Studio: DreamWorks
Weekend gross: US$32.3 M
Featured brands: Absolut, American Express, Armani, Belz Factory Outlet World, Budget, Chevrolet, Chevrolet El Camino, Chrysler, Cinnabon, Coca-Cola, Corona, Doritos, Firestone, Ford, Lenox, Lincoln, Mexicana, Negra Modelo, Panasonic, Plaza Las Vegas, Pretzel Zone, Royal Doulton, Sony, Sparkletts, Sprite, Stride Rite, Tab, Volkswagen Beetle, Wedgwood, Zippo
Comments: Big 70s brands El Camino and Tab soda get a little cult-brand love here. Big contemporary cult brand Volkswagen Beetle gets even more. American Express and Mexicana airlines put in appearances, as does Coca-Cola. And the Doritos at the end was either quirky genius or completely garish; we're still unsure.
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buy Hannibal
Hannibal
Date:
9 Feb-1 Mar., 2001
Studio: MGM
Weekend gross: US$103.5 M
Featured brands: Airtel, Amtrak, Beluga, Cadillac, Compaq, Cuprinox, Dell, Ford, FOX, Frigidaire, GMC, Gucci, Guinness World Records, Joy of Cooking, La Nazione, Mercedes, Mountain Dew, Musashi, NetZero, Nike, Panasonic, Pepsi, Porsche, Slice, USA Today, Verizon, Washington Post
Comments: A good number of brands but no real standouts. Some say the final scene is a lost placement opportunity for a condiment brand, though which brand would agree to spice up brains is unknown.
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buy The Wedding Planner
The Wedding Planner
Date:
26 Jan-8 Feb., 2001
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$24.1 M
Featured brands: A. Silvestri, adidas, Antiques Roadshow, Apple, Barbie, Cristal, Dom Perignon, evian, Ford, Grolsch, Gucci, Jaguar, Krazy Glue, Land Rover, Life Fitness, M&M's, Mercedes, Palm, Plantronics, San Francisco 49ers, Scrabble, Taittinger, Tanqueray, Turning Leaf, University of California, Berkeley, Wedgwood, Yahoo!, Yoo-hoo!
Comments: For a film about weddings, starring J. Lo, the brand appearances here are almost surprisingly few. As might be expected, luxury brands are plentiful with Taittinger getting the best plug. Also, the heavy use of Yahoo! magazine is amusingly quaint post-Internet-bubble.
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buy Save the Last Dance
Save the Last Dance
Date:
12-25 Jan., 2001
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$38.8 M
Featured brands: Aiwa, Avirex, Barq's, Beck's, Blatz, Chevrolet, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Coca-Cola, Crystal Geyser, Dance International, Dome Piece, Ford, Gap, Georgetown University, GMC, Jansport, Juilliard, Kangol, Lay's, Pelle Pelle, Pepsi, Pure Playaz, Red Bull, Reebok, Sean John, Slice, Sprite, Swanson, Tommy Hilfiger, Western Union
Comments: Coke and Pepsi, together, happily in a film? It's almost enough to wonder if this product placement harmony is intentionally mirroring the racial relations harmony plot points of the film. Fashion brand Avirex shows up a good deal. Finally, both Georgetown University and Julliard's high-quality reputations are vigorously reinforced.
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buy Cast Away
Cast Away
Date:
1-11 Jan., 2001
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$141.7 M
Featured brands: American Express, Burt's Bees, Calvin Klein, CNN, Dairy Queen, Delta, Dr. Pepper, evian, FedEx, Ford, FX, Genstar, GESeaCo, Houston Oilers, Jeep, Lincoln Electric, Matson, Panasonic, Patagonia, PayDay, Riedell, Skippy, Snickers, Sony, Tennessee Titans, UPS, USPS, Wilson
Comments: Can one speak of Cast Away without mentioning FedEx or Wilson the Wilson volleyball? Interestingly enough, for a film that takes place on a deserted island, the film manages to include a good number of other brands as well.
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