|RockBolt - 2008-02-06 |
See, now I would watch a team playing soccer like this
Meh, I still wouldn't. You know they'd still take a dive and roll around crying until somebody could spray them with water, which magically heals their previously-grievous injury.
Plus, for all the acrobatics and jumping, the game would still end in a scoreless tie.
|petep - 2008-02-06 |
YOU'RE UNDER ARREST FOR SOCCER
|Hooper_X - 2008-02-06 |
The soccer equivalent of the Harlem Globetrotters, ladies and gentlemen.
|kingarthur - 2008-02-06 |
Sure, they seem prepared now. But will they be ready for their match with The Evil Team?
I'm pretty sure this is the evil team, what with the swarthiness and immense technical skill. The good team are some fat kids in Oklahoma.
|glendower - 2008-02-06 |
Fat cop at the end.
|Squeamish - 2008-02-06 |
Somewhere, their sensei is weeping stoically, knowing they have achieved pure soccer enlightenment.
|Caminante Nocturno - 2008-02-06 |
That cop is just angry because they've been making him look bad by distributing justice...
... SOCCER JUSTICE!
|robotkarateman - 2008-02-06 |
Not buying it. It's a commercial for Fifa Street, which is EA's attempt to make soccer cool for American gamers. I'd be very surprised if most of the stunts in that video weren't CG.
It's not CG. The team has been on other TV shows and whatnot. But thanks for the 1-star, ass!
You're welcome, always happy to help someone who can't differentiate between reality and special effects.
Incidentally, the ad agency behind the commercial is Wieden + Kennedy, of Amsterdam. The director was Jeroen Mol, and the post-production CG work was done by a company called The Ambassadors. Yes, the flips and jumps are real, not all of the soccer balls are.
|Blaise - 2008-02-06 |
I saw some of these moves in that Shaolin Soccer movie.
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