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buy Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Date:
20 Dec-9 Jan., 2003
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$135.9 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Given all the attention on the film’s production and its director’s nationalism, it could very easily be argued that the whole trilogy is a huge and very good placement for New Zealand.
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buy Maid in Manhattan
Maid in Manhattan
Date:
13-19 Dec., 2002
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$18.7 M
Featured brands: Absolut, Badgley Mischka, Beresford Hotel, Bionicle, Cadillac, Chicago Sun-Times, Citibank, Coca-Cola, DirecTV, Dolce & Gabbana, evian, FedEx, Financial Times, First Republic Bank, Four Seasons, FOX, Gallery Guide, Google, Gucci, Harry Winston, HotJobs, Manolo Blahnik, MetLife, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Montblanc, New York Magazine, New York Post, New York Rangers, New York Times, Newsweek, NY1, People, Pilates, Poland Spring, Polo Ralph Lauren, Pro-Kennex, Roosevelt Hotel, Scotchguard, Sotheby's, Times, The, USA Today, Volkswagen, Washington Post
Comments: Heavy attention to brands such as Harry Winston and Manolo Blahnik serve the film’s narrative in defining the line between the haves and the have-nots. But no brand gets as much love as Dolce & Gabbana, including our male lead.
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buy Die Another Day
Die Another Day
Date:
6-12 Dec., 2002
Studio: MGM
Weekend gross: US$12.8 M
Featured brands: 7-Up, Aston Martin, Bollinger, British Airways, Ferrari, Finlandia, Ford Thunderbird, Heineken, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Mercedes, Omega, Philips, Plantronics, Porsche, Range Rover, Samsonite, Ski-Doo, Sony, Sony Ericsson, Sony VAIO, Volvo, Walther
Comments: You don’t need us to tell you that Bond is brand heavy. But it’s really not that many given the hype. SwimFan had more brands than this and nobody complained about it. What Bond films do well is highlight the featured brands while reducing the rest of the brand clutter. Aston Martin and Jaguar get good screen time as does Thunderbird. Then there’s watches and phones. But we’re still trying to figure out what the brand is on this table next to Halle Berry.
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buy Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Date:
29 Nov-5 Dec., 2002
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$32.1 M
Featured brands: Ford
Comments:
After battling it out with Die Another Day, Potter returns to #1.
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buy Die Another Day
Die Another Day
Date:
22-28 Nov., 2002
Studio: MGM
Weekend gross: US$47.1 M
Featured brands: 7-Up, Aston Martin, Bollinger, British Airways, Ferrari, Finlandia, Ford Thunderbird, Jaguar, Lamborghini, Mercedes, Omega, Philips, Porsche, Range Rover, Samsonite, Ski-Doo, Sony, Sony Ericsson, Sony VAIO, Volvo, Walther
Comments: You don’t need us to tell you that Bond is brand heavy. But it’s really not that many given the hype. SwimFan had more brands and nobody complained about that. What Bond films do well is highlight the featured brands while reducing the rest of the brand clutter. Aston Martin and Jaguar get good screen time as does Thunderbird. But we’re still trying to figure out what the brand is on this table next to Halle Berry.
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buy Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Date:
15-21 Nov., 2002
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$88.4 M
Featured brands: Ford
Comments: How else would two young wizards get to school than in a flying Ford Anglia?
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buy 8 Mile
8 Mile
Date:
8-14 Nov., 2002
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$51.2 M
Featured brands: Bentley, Blue Cross Blue Shield, BMW, Borden, Budweiser, Carhartt, Chevrolet, Chevrolet Camaro, Detroit Tigers, Dr. Pepper, Ecko Unltd, Elmers, Energizer, Ford, GMC, Heinz, HO HOs, Jiffy, Kangol, Little Caesars, Maurice Malone, MCA, McDonald's, Mecca, Newport, Oldsmobile, Pabst, Phillies, Timberland, Vagabond, Zippo
Comments: Praised for gritty realism, the brands in 8 Mile serve to establish life at the bottom. Pabst beer makes numerous appearances, solidifying its image as the choice of the cheap. But the brand with the most placement is Detroit itself, coming across as a wasteland of rusting American manufacturing.
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buy The Santa Clause 2
The Santa Clause 2
Date:
1-7 Nov., 2002
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$29.0 M
Featured brands: Coffee Beanery, Disney, Green Ghost, Holly Hobby, Kim Possible, McDonald's, MG, Nerds, Nestlé, Nike, Rockem Sockem Robots, Rubik's Cube, Ski-Doo, Slim-Fast, Toss Across, Wilson
Comments: The BBC’s review of the film said that ’’the McDonald’s product placement is gratuitous, while the overriding emphasis on Christmas as a time of receiving presents is overly shallow.’’ Nestle also makes some prominent appearances here.
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buy Jackass: The Movie
Jackass: The Movie
Date:
25-31 Oct., 2002
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$22.8 M
Featured brands: adidas, ALS Technologies, Apple, B&W, Bass, Bose, Budget, Caesars Palace, Canon, Coca-Cola, Converse, Coors Light, Diesel, Everlast, Ford, Foster's, Homestore.com, Hummer, JVC, Lexus, Mandalay Bay Casino, Miller, Panasonic, Ryder, Sabrett, Sharp, Sony, Subway, Toyota, Vans, Volcom, Volkswagen Beetle, Yamaha, Yoshinoya
Comments: Jackass is a prime example of how branded ’’real life’’ actually is. Brand appearances pile up, demonstrating how much more branded our actual environment is than even the most overly product-placed set-based film. Jackass does make special efforts to feature a few though, including Miller beer and several skateboard names. A.L.S. Technologies gets the best plug, demonstrating the quality of its bullet-proof products.
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buy The Ring
The Ring
Date:
18-24 Oct., 2002
Studio: DreamWorks
Weekend gross: US$15.0 M
Featured brands: American Express, Apple, Avis, Bose, Chinook, Elle, GE, Nikon, Polaroid, Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Skippy, Sony, StarTac, Tsingtao, Vicodin, Volkswagen, Yoplait
Comments: Polaroid plays a key role in our heroine’s plight against an evil force. So does American Express (in its own way).
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buy Red Dragon
Red Dragon
Date:
4-17 Oct., 2002
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$54.2 M
Featured brands: Brooklyn Museum of Art, FedEx, Harvard University, Miami Herald, Mr. Coffee, Nikon, Thomson West
Comments: Serial killer films tend to be low on brands, probably even more so when cannibalism’s involved. In this Hannibal Lechter prequel Harvard is cited wholesale with all its implied associations.
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buy Sweet Home Alabama
Sweet Home Alabama
Date:
27 Sep-3 Oct., 2002
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$35.6
Featured brands: Badgley Mischka, Bergdorf Goodman, Budget, Budweiser, Calvin Klein, Capital One, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Daily News, Ford, GMC, Grey Goose, Honda, Jaclyn Smith, Jeep, Levi's, Lincoln, Michelob, Montblanc, NBC, New York Magazine, New York Post, Plaza Hotel, Rockem Sockem Robots, Saab, Tiffany & Co., Travelodge, USPS, W, Winn Dixie, Women's Wear Daily
Comments: Budweiser fits smoothly as the beer of choice for small-town, ’’simple’’ Alabamans. Tiffany & Co. fits smoothly as the jewelry of choice for big-city, ’’complex’’ New Yorkers.
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buy Barbershop
Barbershop
Date:
13-26 Sep., 2002
Studio: MGM
Weekend gross: US$33.4 M
Featured brands: 360 Style, All, Bear Credit, Bentley, Big Daddy, Burger King, Cadillac, Cadillac Escalade, Chevrolet, Chicago Tribune, Chock Full O’Nuts, Cocoa Pebbles, Cristal, Dentyne, Durex, Ebony, Ecko Unltd, Fred Perry, FUBU, Gatorade, Gillette, Grape-Nuts, Hennessy, Herbalife, Honda, Huggies, Intl. House of Pancakes, Kodak, Krispy Kreme, Lucky Tiger, Lugz, Master Lock, Meoshe, Mercedes, Miss Sixty, MUG, Nilla, Now and Later, Oldsmobile, Oprah Winfrey, Oreo, Pelle Pelle, Pepsi, Planters, Pure Playaz, Range Rover, Red Lobster, Samuel Adams, Savoy, Sean John, SnackWells, Toyota, Triscuit, Tropicana, Us magazine, USA Today, USPS, Viagra
Comments: By far one of the most brand heavy films we’ve covered. Yet almost no brand stuck out or seemed obtrusive. The only noticeable brand to continually re-appear was Miss Sixty, a jean and clothing maker that one of the film’s stars happened to endorse, which creates a bit of post-modern seamlessness.
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buy SwimFan
SwimFan
Date:
6-12 Sep., 2002
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$11.3 M
Featured brands: adidas, Amoco, Apple, Ecko Unltd, Elite, Ford, Jaguar, Motorola, Pepsi, Polo Ralph Lauren, Ryder, Shredded Wheat, Speedo, Stanford University, University of California, Berkeley, Viagra
Comments: We’re once again reminded that Stanford is a very good school.
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buy Signs
Signs
Date:
23 Aug-5 Sep., 2002
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$27.7 M
Featured brands: Chevrolet, Dove, Ford, Joy, Q-tips, Tasco, Tylenol
Comments:
Signs re-entered the #1 spot two weeks after it first left.
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buy XXX
XXX
Date:
9-22 Aug., 2002
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$66.6 M
Featured brands: Adio, BF Goodrich, Billabong, Corvette, Ferrari, Financial Times, Ford, Husqvarna, IBM, J&B, Jeep, Kodak, Lufthansa, M.I.T., Mercedes, Microsoft, Motorola, Pontiac, Shift, Sony, Sony VAIO, Vans
Comments: With prime real estate for boys’ toys, XXX features the usual suspects for auto and extreme sports, all of which fit smoothly. More than anything, the film reminds us of why Pontiac’s old GTO was so desirable. So much so that Pontiac has already reportedly teamed up for the sequel and has added a preview feature of the 2004 GTO on the DVD version of the film.
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buy Signs
Signs
Date:
2-8 Aug., 2002
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$60.1 M
Featured brands: Chevrolet, Dove, Ford, Joy, Q-tips, Tasco, Tylenol
Comments: About what would be expected of a film that takes place largely on a secluded farm and in cornfields, which means that all brand appearances here were good and seamless.
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buy Austin Powers in Goldmember
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Date:
26 Jul-1 Aug., 2002
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$73.0 M
Featured brands: AOL, Apple, Asahi, BlackBerry, Cadillac Escalade, Casio, Coca-Cola, Cristal, eBay, Enyce, FedEx, Heineken, Hennessy, Jaguar, JLG, Kangol, Kenwood, MINI, Motorola, MTV, Nikon, Nissan, Pepsi, Pioneer, Playboy, Preparation H, Radisson, Starbucks, Subway, Taco Bell, Tennessee Titans, T-Mobile, Toronto Maple Leafs
Comments: Mike Meyers’ films and ’’product placement’’ really have a love/hate relationship. While using blatant placement opportunities to create jokes about brands (e.g., Starbucks) his films incorporate brands he promotes (Heineken, Taco Bell). Internet chatter indicates he may have gone too far this time.
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buy Road to Perdition
Road to Perdition
Date:
19-25 Jul., 2002
Studio: DreamWorks
Weekend gross: US$15.4 M
Featured brands: Ford
Comments: Is revenge a brand, a product? If so it is the only product to seriously benefit (or suffer) from placement in Perdition.
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buy Men in Black II
Men in Black II
Date:
5-18 Jul., 2002
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$76.5 M
Featured brands: Apple, Ben's Pizza, Burger King, Coca-Cola, Crown Prince, Dole, Dunkin' Donuts, eBay, Fleet, FOX, HBO, Honeywell, Kinko's, Kodak, LG, Marlboro, Maxwell House, McDonald's, Mercedes, Mountain Dew, MTV, Nintendo, Oprah Winfrey, Planters, Ray-Ban, Rockport, Ruby Foo's, Sabrett, Sephora, Sony, Sprint, Twister, USPS, Victoria's Secret, Virgin, Wrigley
Comments: A product placement free-for-all. Mercedes reportedly spent millions to feature its car, and quite a feature it is. Sprint also gets good face time. And here’s a classic version of integrating a game like Twister.
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buy Mr. Deeds
Mr. Deeds
Date:
28 Jun-4 Jul., 2002
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$37.2 M
Featured brands: 60 Minutes, Apple, Bubble Yum, Budweiser, Cocoa Pebbles, Con Edison, Corvette, Dom Perignon, Dr. Pepper, Ford, Girl Scouts, Guggenheim, Hallmark, Heineken, Holly Hobby, JVC, Keebler, Krispy Kreme, Madison Square Garden, Mercedes, Metropolitan Opera, Nasdaq, NBC, New York Knicks, New York Post, Old Spice, Oreo, Pepsi, Pringles, Special K, The New Yorker, Time Warner, United Negro College Fund, Versace, Volkswagen, Waldorf-Astoria, Wendy's
Comments: Adam Sandler projects are probably the only adult films where children’s breakfast cereals don’t seem suspicious. Wendy’s placement is commendable and Heineken makes out like a bandit.
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buy Minority Report
Minority Report
Date:
21-27 Jun., 2002
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$35.7 M
Featured brands: American Express, Aquafina, Ben & Jerry's, Beretta, Broguiere's, Bulgari, Burger King, Century 21, Febreze, FOX, Gap, Guinness, iomega, Kawasaki, Lexus, New York Mets, Nokia, Pepsi, Reebok, Revo, US News & World Report, USA Today
Comments: The product placement that launched a thousand articles. Maybe more than any other film, Minority Report has been lauded for its imagining of branding in the future. The truth is that it does a rather bad job. While B2C branding is highly imaginative, it’s almost as if the designers didn’t realize B2B exists. Everything from the automated cars to the police uniforms were not branded, even though such branding would appear to be the direction of the future. All the hype about ’’vision’’ seems rather myopic to us.
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buy Scooby-Doo
Scooby-Doo
Date:
14-20 Jun., 2002
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$54.2 M
Featured brands: Coca-Cola, Heinz, Marshall Amplification, NASA, Plantronics, Reebok, Sprite, Tabasco, Teen Beat, Telemundo
Comments: Given the highly stylized nature of Scooby-Doo, any brand placement would stand out; consequently, there weren’t too many. Coke and its cousins Diet Coke and Sprite all find places.
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buy The Sum of All Fears
The Sum of All Fears
Date:
31 May-13 Jun., 2002
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$40.4 M
Featured brands: Budweiser, Cadillac, Camel, Casio, CNN, C-SPAN, Dell, Ford, GMC, Hilton, IBM, Kool, Marlboro, Netscape, Parliament, Reebok, Remotec, Winston
Comments: Sum of All Fears is a rare example of cigarette brands appearing in film. In recent years, given the anti-smoking lobby’s pressure on Hollywood to not glamorize smoking, very few cigarette brands approve or condone any appearances in major films.
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buy Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones
Date:
17-30 May., 2002
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$127.8 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: In a way, every single last thing and person in this film is the product placement.
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buy Spider-Man
Spider-Man
Date:
3-16 May., 2002
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$223.0 M
Featured brands: Alfa Romeo, Baskin-Robbins, Budweiser, Cadillac, Carlsberg, Chock Full O’Nuts, Chrysler, Cingular, Columbia University, Cup Noodles, Dr. Pepper, Jaguar, Jansport, Lay's, LG, Liz Claiborne, Maker's Mark, Marriott, McDonald's, Mercedes, Moondance Diner, Palm, Porsche, Prudential, Quest, Rolls Royce, Samsung, Shiseido, Sony, Stuart Weitzman, TDK, Terminix, Triumph, Tropicana, USPS, Volkswagen, Wayne
Comments: The notable brands in Spider-Man have what’s called ’’continuity.’’ Dr. Pepper appears here as (or maybe more) prominently than it does in Spider-Man 2. And Maker’s Mark is the choice drink of the Goblin and his son. Again, it’s the presence of Times Square that adds greatly to the brand count.
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buy The Scorpion King
The Scorpion King
Date:
19 Apr-2 May., 2002
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$54.1 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: No brands here. But to those in the know (and anyone who watches this film will be in the know), early films featuring The Rock were tie-ins to his WWE pro-wrestling career.
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buy Changing Lanes
Changing Lanes
Date:
12-18 Apr., 2002
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$17.1 M
Featured brands: AccuWeather, Alcoholics Anonymous, American Express, Dell, DHL, FedEx, Hinckley, MasterCard, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Plantronics, Princeton University, S. Pellegrino, Thomson West, Toyota, Volkswagen, Volvo, Yale University
Comments: No real standout appearances to mention here. However, Changing Lanes does serve as another perfect example of top-tier schools being used as shorthand for ’’smart’’ and/or ’’well-off.’’
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buy Panic Room
Panic Room
Date:
29 Mar-11 Apr., 2002
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$148.3 M
Featured brands: Barneys, Bose, Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Energizer, evian, LG, MaxMara, Mayflower, Midol, Milwaukee, Minute Maid, Nokia, NyQuil, Percocet, Perrier, Powerade, Preparation H, Sony, Spalding
Comments: Panic Room’s brands comprise three types. There are those that appear inconsequentially during a pan of Times Square; there are those used as props; and then there are those that get abundant screen time apparently without reason, namely Nokia, Evian and the moving company Mayflower.
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buy Blade II
Blade II
Date:
22-28 Mar., 2002
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$32.5 M
Featured brands: Arriva, Burger King, Carlsberg, Coca-Cola, Ducati, Krispy Kreme, Magnum (gun), Nescafé, Oakley, Samsung, Sanyo, TDK, Winchester
Comments: Often it’s the case that an initial pan of Times Square provides a litany of brands, so it was a pleasant surprise to have a change of pace with London’s Piccadilly Circus. This shot explains why Coca-Cola, Samsung and TDK appear in a film largely shot in vampire caverns.

Also, Krispy Kreme once again establishes itself as capable of showing up—and prominently—in almost any genre in almost any setting.
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buy Ice Age
Ice Age
Date:
15-21 Mar., 2002
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$46.3 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: The fact that Shark Tale takes place under the sea didn’t keep it from highlighting tons of brands. Why not Ice Age?
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buy The Time Machine
The Time Machine
Date:
8-14 Mar., 2002
Studio: DreamWorks
Weekend gross: US$22.6 M
Featured brands: Columbia University, Macy's, Martha Stewart, Tiffany & Co.
Comments: As is often the case with fabled schools, Columbia University is used as shorthand to establish the genius of our protagonist professor. Most notable is Martha Stewart’s mention for her ’’collected works’’ (in the far future of course).
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buy We Were Soldiers
We Were Soldiers
Date:
1-7 Mar., 2002
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$20.2M
Featured brands: Bell, Harvard University, U-Haul, United Press International, Western Union
Comments: Another case of referencing a top school to identify a character as intelligent. Also, Western Union’s brand gets the unfortunate job of being associated with soldiers’ death notices.
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buy Queen of the Damned
Queen of the Damned
Date:
22-28 Feb., 2002
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$14.8 M
Featured brands: Budweiser, Marshall Amplification, MOJO, MTV, Nasdaq, NBC, Panasonic, Pearl, Rolling Stone, Sony, Tower Records, Yamaha
Comments: MTV lends Queen of the Damned’s music theme some credibility. Ditto for a full-screen image of Rolling Stone. The music scenes account for the large number of Marshall sightings and yet another shot of Times Square accounts for a good chunk of the brands.
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buy John Q
John Q
Date:
15-21 Feb., 2002
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$20.1 M
Featured brands: B&M, BMW, Bob's Stores, brother, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, C-SPAN, Doritos, Easton, Ford, GMC, Mack, Mercedes, Motorola, Neiman, Oldsmobile
Comments: Not to spoil the ending, but one brand in John Q figures as an “in” joke, though it probably goes largely unnoticed. While John Q himself wears a hat with a Mack truck logo, the same brand of truck later hits a woman, resulting in a new heart for his son.
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buy Collateral Damage
Collateral Damage
Date:
8-14 Feb., 2002
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$15.1 m
Featured brands: Bose, Chevrolet, Coca-Cola, Ford, Hitachi, Jeep, Juan Valdez, Kodak, Krispy Kreme, Minute Maid, New York Times, Palm, Shofar, Sony, Washington Post, Zenith
Comments: Krispy Kreme is approaching Apple’s record for disproportionate screen time to actual distribution. Seeing as Collateral Damage is largely about terrorism, many brands probably didn’t want to be associated with the movie. The exception: Palm Pilot, which figures prominently in the terrorist’s master plan as it is mounted atop what has to be the first ever unmarked racing motorcycle.
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buy Black Hawk Down
Black Hawk Down
Date:
18 Jan-7 Feb., 2002
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$56.7 M
Featured brands: Bolivar, CNN, Coca-Cola, Compaq, Cutter, Eden Mineral Water, Johnnie Walker, Mercedes, MUG, Oakley, Pepsi, Pontiac, Red Cross, S.W.A.T. magazine, USA Today
Comments: Given its horrifyingly realistic take on combat, it came as a surprise that such an abundance of brands appeared. This is especially surprising given that 99.9% of the film takes place in a war zone or on a temporary military base. The one scene set in the U.S. doesn’t even have any noticeable brands. Goes to show how a branded nation takes its brands with it.

Of note: Points for realism as research shows that special forces units do in fact have a long history with Oakley; and, though not appearing as available floor models, the numerous Humvees functioning in combat could be seen as positive placement.
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buy Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Date:
4-17 Jan., 2002
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$125.1 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: As can be expected from the first installment of this trilogy, no brands.
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