- Diaper Lover
What's your favorite movies with product placement like Raising Arizona, and Three Men and a Baby?
You are correct on the fact the daughter (Lily) was a bedwetter. Later in the movie The Mom (Kate, I believe) and her new boyfriend are out grocery shopping and there they pick up several pack of GoodNites (with the Ballerina design, IIRC), and throws them into the cart. Later when comedic time of floor ripping apart, the cart is actually filled with packs of packs of Pull-Ups and according to CinemaSins “Kate just downgraded her 7-Yr old daughter to Toddler status.”iirc, 2012 had a girl that was bedwetting and the parents were shopping for one brand (huggies pullups?) and at the end of the movie she says "no more goodnights!" (so, oops, changed brand name?)
Sounds like a joke about the british to be fair. We're well known to have an obsession with importing duty free cigarettes...Men In Black shows aliens in the space-port with trolleys piled high with Marlboro cigarettes. Quite a clever way to promote an addictive drug to children. :-/
That was probably a play on the trope of people smuggling cigarettes over the border or taking huge supplies of cigarettes/cigars with them when returning from vacation. Considering the huge cigarette sale taxes in the US, they had to cap the amount you could bring over the border. (because they were untaxed) IIRC 2 carton limit. Cigs in mexico are so cheap as to be almost free. (chemical addiction is a great way to keep your customers coming back!)Sounds like a joke about the british to be fair. We're well known to have an obsession with importing duty free cigarettes...
Bond films all TVs and monitors are SonyLots of Hyundai automobiles in The Walking Dead. (I stopped watching after Season 2 though, years ago.)
James Bond films have traditionally featured product placements.
Supposedly, M&Ms candy denied the offer to be featured in Spielberg's E.T. so they went with Reese's Pieces. Uhh, oops.