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buy National Treasure: Book of Secrets
National Treasure: Book of Secrets
Date:
21 Dec-10 Jan., 2008
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$100.5 M
Featured brands: Apple, Aquafina, BlackBerry, Borders, Cadillac, Cisco, Converse, Ferrari, Ford, Fuller's London Pride, HP, Land Rover, Mayflower, Mercedes, Motorola, MSN, Red Bull, Rolex, Seattle's Best Coffee, Tracker Boats, Volvo, ZTV
Comments: Although this sequel highlights how Apple, HP, ZTV, and Motorola technologies (and low-tech, but useful bottles of Aquafina) are crucial tools in modern-day treasure hunts, Mercedes plays the splashiest brand role as the infallible getaway car for dodging rival hunters and government authorities.
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buy I Am Legend
I Am Legend
Date:
14-20 Dec., 2007
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$77.2 M
Featured brands: Apple, Belstaff, BMW, Citibank, Datascope, Ford, Ford Mustang, Hamilton, Honda, Hummer, JVC, Kleenex, Loews, Magnavox, Malibu, McDonald's, MetLife, Mobil, Nautilus, NBC, Nissan, Panasonic, Ronzoni, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sbarro, Spam, Staples, Tic Tac, Time, Verizon, Victorinox Swiss Army, Viking, XM Satellite Radio
Comments: Set in post-apocalyptic New York City, this film follows the survival of a particularly brand loyal military virologist and his co-stars Ford and Apple.
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buy The Golden Compass
The Golden Compass
Date:
7-13 Dec., 2007
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$25.8 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: This story takes place in a parallel universe similar to ours, with only two major differences: souls live outside of the body in the form of an animal, and there are no brands, none whatsoever, not one.
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buy Enchanted
Enchanted
Date:
23 Nov-6 Dec., 2007
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$50.8 M
Featured brands: AOL, Bank of America, BMW, Coca-Cola, DHL, Foot Locker, Ford, Hallmark, Kodak, Loews, McDonald's, Planet Hollywood, Prada, Samsung, Sephora, Sony, Swatch, T.G.I. Friday's, Time Warner, Verizon, Virgin
Comments: The heroine’s path from once upon a time to happily ever after takes an odd detour from the brand-free kingdom of Andalusia into the brand-packed real world of New York City.
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buy Beowulf
Beowulf
Date:
16-22 Nov., 2007
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$27.5 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: The century-old story takes place in a time where heroes slayed dragons and monsters. The only 'products' that appear in the film, are the Golden Dragon Horn, a magical sword named Hrunting.
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buy Bee Movie
Bee Movie
Date:
9-15 Nov., 2007
Studio: DreamWorks
Weekend gross: US$25.6 M
Featured brands: Bumble Bee, Cinnabon, Emmy Awards, Golden Blossom Honey, New York Mets, New York Post, NPR, Polo Ralph Lauren, Timberland, TiVo, Variety, Vibram, Vogue
Comments: Venturing outside of the hive, Barry B. Benson quickly discovers the dangers of the human world from the lure of sugary coma-inducing Cinnabon rolls to crushing blows from an ad-packed Italian Vogue.
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buy American Gangster
American Gangster
Date:
2-8 Nov., 2007
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$43.6 M
Featured brands: Bon Ami, Chrysler, Coca-Cola, Ford Mustang, General Mills, Heinz, Life Magazine, Lincoln, McDonald's, Mercedes, Motorola, New York Yankees, Pabst, Pentax, Pepsi, Persol, Sony, Time, Tony Lama Boots, Toshiba
Comments: If selling drugs was legal, Frank Lucas would be on the cover of BusinessWeek. Besides Blue Magic, the drug packaged by Frank, a few legitimate brands appear in the background of this 1970s telling of a true story.
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buy SAW IV
SAW IV
Date:
26 Oct-1 Nov., 2007
Studio: Lionsgate Films
Weekend gross: US$31.7 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Bloody schemes and gory murders scare brands away from the dark and suspenseful Saw IV.
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buy 30 Days of Night
30 Days of Night
Date:
19-25 Oct., 2007
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$15.9 M
Featured brands: Chevrolet, GMC, Oreo, Pepsi, Skittles, Wise
Comments: Snowy conditions make it difficult to spot brands in one of the northernmost towns in the world, with the exception of Chevrolet.
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buy Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?
Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?
Date:
12-18 Oct., 2007
Studio: Lionsgate Films
Weekend gross: US$21.4 M
Featured brands: American Express, Amtrak, BlackBerry, Hanes, Jaguar, Jeep, Kahlua, Louis Vuitton, Mercedes, Range Rover, Sprint, Timberland, Valium, Vaseline
Comments: The real question should be, “Why did luxury cars get as much screen time as Janet Jackson?”
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buy The Game Plan
The Game Plan
Date:
28 Sep-11 Oct., 2007
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$39.5 M
Featured brands: AMX, Apple, BlackBerry, Boston Herald, Chanel, Coca-Cola, Corolle, Dasani, Delta, Dunkin' Donuts, ESPN, Fidelity Investments, Gibson, Kodak, Lamborghini, Lukoil, McDonald's, Mercedes, Motorola, Nike, Philips, PUMA, Riddell, Siemens, Southwest Airlines, Sports Illustrated, Sprint, T-Mobile, Under Armour, Voss
Comments: When American football royalty Joe Kingman discovers that he has a daughter, he is plunged into the girl world of ballet and Corolle dolls. Despite the life-altering changes, he remains loyal to Under Armour, Nike, and a few Coca-Cola Company brands.
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buy Resident Evil: Extinction
Resident Evil: Extinction
Date:
21-27 Sep., 2007
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$23.7 M
Featured brands: Beretta, BMW, Casio G-Shock, Enco Oil, Freightliner, Hummer, K-Mart, Magnum (gun), Pepsi, Ray-Ban, Sony, Sony Ericsson, Tecate, Winchester
Comments: Sony products and few others are the only ones to survive the Apocalypse.
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buy The Brave One
The Brave One
Date:
14-20 Sep., 2007
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$13.5 M
Featured brands: Amstel, Apple, AriZona, Beck's, Bravo, Budweiser, Chrysler, Coca-Cola, Corona, Dell, Duane Reade, Dunkin' Donuts, Fanta, Ford, Goya, Gray Line, Heineken, Kahr Arms, Loews, Magnavox, Mike's, Miller, Mitsubishi, New York Lottery, New York Magazine, New York Post, Nokia, NY1, PortaBrace, Rayovac, RCA, Ritz, SIG Sauer, Sprite, Sweet 'N Low, TAG Heuer
Comments: Armed with a Kahr pistol, Nokia cell phone, and a PortaBrace case to conceal her weapons, a vigilante roams the streets of New York City, the safest big city in the world.
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buy 3:10 to Yuma
3:10 to Yuma
Date:
7-13 Sep., 2007
Studio: Lionsgate Films
Weekend gross: US$14.0 M
Featured brands: Smith & Wesson
Comments: This retelling of a western short story takes place in the Wild West, where the only kind of branding that exists is performed on cattle. However, our eagle-eyed readers spotted a Smith & Wesson revolver.
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buy Halloween
Halloween
Date:
31 Aug-6 Sep., 2007
Studio: Dimension
Weekend gross: US$26.4 M
Featured brands: BMW, Converse, Dodge, Ford, Magnum, Smith & Wesson, Toyota
Comments: Psychopath Michael Myers and his youngest sister Laurie not only share family ties, but taste in shoes. Both wear Converse—one wears them to chase after victims, the other to escape from being one.
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buy Superbad
Superbad
Date:
17-30 Aug., 2007
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$51.1 M
Featured brands: American Eagle Outfitters, American Express, bic, Camel, Casio G-Shock, Cheetos, Cocoa Puffs, Dartmouth College, Doritos, Ford, Frito Lay, Fritos, Geo, Honda, Kool, Marlboro, MasterCard, Motorola, MySpace, Nike, Oldsmobile, Orbitz, Pellini, Pepsi, PUMA, Quaker, Red Bull, Sierra Mist, Slim Jim, Slushee, Sony PlayStation, Tide, Under Armour, Vans, Welch's
Comments: In between the conversations about babes, booze, and boners, a few brands come of age.
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buy Rush Hour 3
Rush Hour 3
Date:
10-16 Aug., 2007
Studio: New Line
Weekend gross: US$49.1 M
Featured brands: Apple, Corvette, Dodge, El Pollo Loco, Ford, Infiniti, Jeep, Los Angeles Lakers, Mercedes, Red Bull, Renault, United Airlines, Volkswagen, Volvo
Comments: Jammed with martial arts moves and jokes about Red Bull, this sequel gives the most screen time to automobile brands, in particular Renault, which plays dual roles of taxicab and police car in Paris.
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buy The Bourne Ultimatum
The Bourne Ultimatum
Date:
3-9 Aug., 2007
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$69.3 M
Featured brands: Apple, Audi, Avis, Belstaff, BMW, BT, Canon, Carphone Warehouse, Cathay Pacific, Champion, Chevrolet, Chrysler, CNN, Comanav, CRI Communication Resources, Dali, Dasani, Duane Reade, FedEx, Fiat, Ford, Foster's, Google, HP, Jansport, Lincoln, Lincoln Navigator, London Underground, Mercedes, MINI, Motorola, Movistar, MTA, Nokia, North Forth Bank, Panasonic, Peugeot, Plymouth, Poland Spring, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, Red Bull, Saab, Samsung, SIG Sauer, Société Nationale des Chemins de fer Français, South West Trains, Staples, TAG Heuer, The Body Shop, The Guardian, The North Face, Timberland, Verizon, Vespa, Volkswagen, Volkswagen Beetle, Washington Mutual
Comments: Jason Bourne is constantly on the run and on the move so it's not surprising that many of the brands we spotted belong to the transportation industry. Nokia and Motorola cell phones get passed from agent to agent to bad guy to Bourne to agent. But Bourne couldn't escape the CIA agents with Google's search products on their side.
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buy The Simpsons Movie
The Simpsons Movie
Date:
27 Jul-2 Aug., 2007
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$74.0 M
Featured brands: FOX, Nokia, Timex
Comments: Twenty years after their television debut, this beloved dysfunctional family leaps onto our movie screens and shines a spotlight on the many fictional (and a few real) branded products consumed in Springfield.
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buy I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
Date:
20-26 Jul., 2007
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$34.2 M
Featured brands: adidas, Astroglide, Bacardi, Band-Aid, Betty Crocker, Budweiser, Calvin Klein, Chevrolet, Chicago Bears, Cinemax, Crisco, Fanon, Ford, Gatorade, JVC, K-Y Jelly, LifeStyles, Metro, MTA, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Nike, Nikon, P.C. Richard & Son, Pepsi, Phat Farm, Poland Spring, PUMA, Q-tips, Ragú, Rockaway Bedding, Sony, Starbucks, Tampax, Tilden, Trojan, Two Men and a Truck, Under Armour, USPS, Vaseline, Verizon, VitaminWater, Wilson, Wish-Bone
Comments: While the city questioned whether their love for each other was more than platonic, we wondered whether their love for adidas, Nike, and Under Amour was more than coincidental. We sensed an arranged placement.
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buy Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Date:
13-19 Jul., 2007
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$77.1 M
Featured brands: Ecko Unltd, Nike, The North Face
Comments: Nike’s brief and unexpected appearance is a break from earlier brand barren installments of this franchise and helps ground the film more firmly in real Muggle life.
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buy Transformers
Transformers
Date:
6-12 Jul., 2007
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$70.5 M
Featured brands: AAA, Apple, Aquafina, AT&T, Austin-Healey, Beretta, BMW, BOSCH, Bose, Boston Red Sox, Burger King, Cadillac, Cadillac Escalade, CBS, Chevrolet, Chevrolet Camaro, Cisco, CitiGroup, Daewoo, DeWALT, Dickies, Ding Dong, Dodge, eBay, Enterprise, Fila, Ford, Ford Mustang, Fox Racing (Fox Head), Furby, GMC, GMC Yukon, Goodyear, GPX, G-Star Raw, HO HOs, HP, Hummer, Jordan, Kidrobot, KPMG, Lexus, Meltdown Comics, Mountain Dew, My Little Pony, MySpace, NFL, Nike, Nokia, Oakley, Panasonic, PayPal, Pepsi, Pepto-Bismol, Peterbilt, Polo, Pontiac, Porsche, RadioShack, Realistic, Reebok, Roar with Gilmore, Saleen, Saturn, Sennheiser, Sikorsky, Taco Bell, Technics, Toyota, United States Air Force, USA Today, USPS, Visa, Volkswagen, Volkswagen Beetle, Washington Redskins, Wells Fargo, Xbox, XM Satellite Radio, Yahoo!
Comments: With the premise being that alien super-robots can disguise themselves on Earth as automobiles, General Motors raced to the product placement opportunity with four of its brands starring in the film.
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buy Ratatouille
Ratatouille
Date:
29 Jun-5 Jul., 2007
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$47.0 M
Featured brands: Bon Appétit, Château Cheval Blanc, Château Lafite Rothschild, Cuisine at home, Food & Wine, Gourmet
Comments: Spicing up the screen with a pinch of real brands, this film improvises un peu on the animated genre’s classic recipe of fake brands, with appearances by American food and cooking magazines.
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buy Evan Almighty
Evan Almighty
Date:
22-28 Jun., 2007
Studio: Universal
Weekend gross: US$31.2 M
Featured brands: Animal Planet, Barbasol, Barq's, Basic 4 Cereal, BMW, CamelBak, Century 21, Chrysler, Coca-Cola, C-SPAN, Dell, Dodge, Dummies, etnies, Ford, GE, Gumby, Hefty, Home Depot, HP, Hummer, Jansport, MSNBC, NBC, New Orleans Saints, Nikon, Nissan, Obey, Original Penguin, Panasonic, Papermate, Pioneer, Quaker, Rogaine, Samuel Adams, Sony, Staples, Stor-All, Supercuts, Tresemme, United Van Lines, USPS, Veuve Clicquot
Comments: Brands flood this film while some even get holy endorsements from God Himself.
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buy Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
Date:
15-21 Jun., 2007
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$58.1 M
Featured brands: Best Buy, Budweiser, Circuit City, Corona, Cup Noodles, Daily News, DC Shoes, Dell, Dodge, Dolce & Gabbana, Dos Equis, E!, Ford, FOX, GE, Gillette, Hummer, Marvel, Mercedes, MetLife, Midway, Moët & Chandon, Nationwide, Nestlé, New York Post, New York Sun, Nokia, Ray-Ban, Slurpee, Volvo, W Hotels
Comments: The heroic foursome return to confront old enemies and new in Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer and are aided by a number of brands including a Dodge-branded Fantasticar and real-world gadgets from Dell and Nokia.
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buy Ocean's Thirteen
Ocean's Thirteen
Date:
8-14 Jun., 2007
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$36.1 M
Featured brands: adidas, Apple, Bellagio Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, Bentley, Bose, Chevrolet, Cirque du Soleil, Dell, Dos Equis, Ford, Harley-Davidson, Isuzu, K•B Toys, Knob Creek, Maserati, Maxim, Mirage Casino, New York-New York Hotel & Casino, Oprah Winfrey, Paris Las Vegas Hotel & Casino, PUMA, Samsung, Southwest Airlines, Stella Artois, Swarovski, TAG Heuer, Trail-Eze, Zapata Tequila, Zippo
Comments: Las Vegas returns as a glamorous playground for wealthy in the third Ocean's film. Samsung, Zippo and Zapata Tequila also hit the jackpot with memorable on-screen appearances.
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buy Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Date:
25 May-7 Jun., 2007
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$158.9 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: The latest installment of the Pirates series stays on course with the others and is missing branded treasures on screen.
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buy Shrek the Third
Shrek the Third
Date:
18-24 May., 2007
Studio: DreamWorks
Weekend gross: US$121.6 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Continuing Shrek 2's brand/joke pattern, this latest installment directs the attention of children and their parents to make-believe brands, like Versachery, Ye Olde Foot Locker, and Ye Old Hooters (that's right) in the fairy-tale kingdom of Far Far Away.
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buy Spider-Man 3
Spider-Man 3
Date:
4-17 May., 2007
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$209.2 M
Featured brands: Absolut, ASICS, Bombay Sapphire, Borough of Manhattan Community College, Bose, Burger King, Chevrolet, Cisco, Daily News, Foot Locker, Ford, Glamour, Hilton, Honda, Jennifer Meyers Jewelry, Lincoln, Loews, Maker's Mark, Miro Cafe, New York Magazine, New York Post, New York Times, Nikon, Planet Hollywood, Realistic, Reuters, Sabrett, Sony, Sony VAIO, Spalding, Subway, Swatch, Tisserie, Tuscan Dairy Farms, UPS, Vanity Fair, Wachovia
Comments: Sony Studios trades Dr. Pepper placements in the film for US$150 million worth of promotions off-screen. Times Square, newsstands, and a bar-scene background account for a most of the appearances. But Maker's Mark adds continuity to the three-quel as both father and son, Norman and Harry Osborn, drink it in frustration in all three Spider-Man films.
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buy Disturbia
Disturbia
Date:
13 Apr-3 May., 2007
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$53.7 M
Featured brands: Apple, ASICS, Barnes & Noble, Bed, Bath & Beyond, BMW, Boost Mobile, Cascade, Coca-Cola, Elmers, Energizer, FADER, Fila, Ford, Ford Mustang, HDNet, Hefty, Hershey's, Lexus, Mayflower, Nike, Nokia, OxiClean, Palmolive, Panasonic, Philips, Red Bull, Safari, Sentinel Offender Services, Skippy, Sony PlayStation, Twinkies, Us magazine, Valspar, Volkswagen Beetle, Wonder Bread, Xbox, YouTube
Comments: On house arrest, Kale entertains himself with junk food, household brands, and a slew of electronics brands as he spies on a murderous neighbor in Disturbia. Apple products stand out as the absolute teen necessities, with the iPod holding ''60 gigs of [Kale's] life.''
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buy Blades of Glory
Blades of Glory
Date:
30 Mar-12 Apr., 2007
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$55.5 M
Featured brands: 7-Eleven, adidas, Airwalk, Arthur Murray Dance Studios, Aveeno, Budweiser, Capri-Sun, Captain Morgan, CBS, Chevrolet, Cigar Aficionado, Cool Whip, Crest, Cup Noodles, DC Shoes, Dunkin' Donuts, ESPN, Fiji, Foot Locker, Forbes, Google, Honda, Honeycomb, Johnson & Johnson, Lincoln, Mane 'n Tail, Maxim, Men's Health, Milk Duds, Money, Nationwide, Nintendo Game Boy, Orbitz, Original Penguin, Panasonic, Pepsi, Philips, Pioneer, Pop-Tarts, PUMA, Robeks, Salomon, Sealy Posturepedic, Sennheiser, Skittles, Slim Jim, SoBe, Sports Illustrated, Subway, The North Face, Time, TrimSpa, Trojan, Verizon, Volvo, VTech, Xbox, Zamboni
Comments: Melting figure skating's genteel image, this film spotlights an untraditional pair of competitors and an eclectic mix of brands for laughs.
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buy TMNT
TMNT
Date:
23-29 Mar., 2007
Studio: Warner Bros
Weekend gross: US$24.2 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Like the first film of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise, this fourth film contains placements by pizza and soda brands. But TMNT's placements are fake—Checco's Pizzeria and Turbo soda are consumed in this CGI-animated New York City.
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buy 300
300
Date:
9-22 Mar., 2007
Studio: Warner Bros.
Weekend gross: US$103.8 M
Featured brands: none
Comments: Had the Spartans known about gunpowder, the film may have had a different ending and maybe some weapon brands. Either way, they can still be considered heroes.
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buy Wild Hogs
Wild Hogs
Date:
2-8 Mar., 2007
Studio: Buena Vista
Weekend gross: US$39.7 M
Featured brands: American LaFrance, Apple, Bell, Belstaff, Bounty, Brach's, Brewer Oil, Budweiser, Coca-Cola, Corona, Dodge, Doom, Dos Equis, Ford, GMC, Harley-Davidson, Honey Nut Clusters, Jack Daniel's, Jeep, Langers, Little Debbie, Lumber Liquidators, Miller, Monopoly, Motorola, Ocean Drive, Orange County Choppers, Othello, Polycom, Quaker State, Ray-Ban, Santa Fe New Mexican, Tractor Beer, Treo, U-Haul, Winnebago
Comments: A suburban 'motorcycle gang' fights the anxiety brought on by midlife by donning their Harley-Davidson t-shirts and riding their Harley-Davidson motorcycles to the Pacific Ocean. In a film packed with auto and alcohol brands typical in a bikers-on-the-road movie, Apple stands out as a symbol of rebellion—a computer programmer member of the gang inks its trademarked logo on his arm.
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buy Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider
Date:
16 Feb-1 Mar., 2007
Studio: Sony
Weekend gross: US$65.4 M
Featured brands: Buell, Coca-Cola, Discovery Channel, Dos Equis, Ford, Freightliner, Harley-Davidson, Jack Daniel's, Lucky Strike, Marlboro, Pennzoil, Plaza Hotel, Ritz-Carlton, Shoei, SoBe, Sony, Texaco
Comments: Johnny Blaze's motorcycle collection includes: Buell, Harley Davidson and the Ghost Rider Hellcycle. Other predictable brands revolving around Johnny's blazing stunts are Freightliner, Pennzoil, Shoei, and Dunlop.
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buy Norbit
Norbit
Date:
9-15 Feb., 2007
Studio: Paramount
Weekend gross: US$34.2 M
Featured brands: adidas, Autocar, Cadillac, Cadillac Escalade, Cheez-It, Coca-Cola, Converse, Corona, Ford, ICEE, Kikkoman, Korg, Lincoln, Mercedes, MG, Peavey, Scrabble, Volvo
Comments: Stealing a fair share of the laughs, Rasputia, one of star Eddie Murphy's multiple roles, drives the brand which makes the biggest impression—her glittery purple MG convertible with leopard-patterned seats.
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buy The Messengers
The Messengers
Date:
2-8 Feb., 2007
Studio: Sony / Screen Gems
Weekend gross: US$14.7 M
Featured brands: adidas, Converse, Dickies, GMC, Jeep, Motorola, Nissan, Versatile
Comments: There just wasn't much room for too many brands in this simple-life backdrop. Most were carried by the teenage daughter: a Motorola cell phone, Dickies pants, and Converse sneakers.
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buy Epic Movie
Epic Movie
Date:
26 Jan-1 Feb., 2007
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$18.6 M
Featured brands: Apple, Cap'n Crunch, Captain Morgan, Cerwin-Vega!, Chicken of the Sea, Cialis, Coca-Cola, Converse, Cristal, Doritos, Drum Workshop, Fritos, Gorton's, Kangol, Lay's, Orange, Pirate's Booty, PUMA, Rold Gold, Ruffles, Sharp, White Castle
Comments: This spoof of recent blockbusters features brands that never appeared in their cinematic sources, giving them a second chance to shine—Doritos in The Da Vinci Code, Kangol in Snakes on a Plane, and Cristal and Cialis in The Chronicles of Narnia.
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buy Stomp the Yard
Stomp the Yard
Date:
12-25 Jan., 2007
Studio: Sony / Screen Gems
Weekend gross: US$14.3 M
Featured brands: adidas, Amtrak, Apple, Arizona Diamondbacks, Atlanta Braves, Atlanta Hawks, Champion, Coca-Cola, Ford, G-Star Raw, Los Angeles Dodgers, Magnum, Major League Baseball, MINI, MTV, New Balance, New Era, Nextel, Nike, Office Depot, PUMA, Sean John, Sharpie, SunChips, Timberland, USPS
Comments: In stepping, bare hands and branded feet create the beats. Nike, PUMA, New Balance, and adidas all make their way to the dance floor one ''step'' at a time.
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buy Night at the Museum
Night at the Museum
Date:
22 Dec-11 Jan., 2007
Studio: Fox
Weekend gross: US$90.9 M
Featured brands: Apple, Complete Idiot's Guide, Ford, FOX, GMC, NASCAR, Nike, Nike Bauer, NY1, S. Pellegrino, Smith & Wesson, Toyota
Comments: Brand appearances are seamless, but The Complete Idiot’s Guide stands out, providing the night guard some much-needed insight into historical waxy and preserved figures he is protecting (also from whom he is protecting himself).
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