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Burger King, “Google Home of the Whopper” Agency: David Miami It’s been a strong year for Burger King advertising, and this was its most audacious gambit—a TV spot that intentionally got people’s Google Home devices to unexpectedly start yapping about the Whopper. Burger King, “Burning Stores” Agency: David Miami BK also produced one of the best print campaigns of the year, with its “Burning Stores” ads showing real photos of actual BK locations on fire. The Cannes Grand Prix winner in Print was authentic, self-deprecating and flat-out ballsy.

The New York Times, “The Truth Is Hard to Find” Agency: Droga5 In a year of mighty political upheaval, the Times used a remarkable series of ads to urge consumers to value, and pay for, the truth that journalism uncovers.

Watch full movie online One True Thing (1998) for free A career woman reassesses her parents’ lives after she is forced to care for her cancer-stricken mother.

Director: Carl Franklin Writers: Anna Quindlen (novel), Karen Croner (screenplay) Stars: Meryl Streep, Renée Zellweger, William Hurt Watch full movie online One True Thing (1998) for free A career woman reassesses her parents' lives after she is forced to care for her cancer-stricken mother.

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Denny’s, “Overwhelming Existential Dread” Agency: EP Co The diner chain latched on to a popular meme—inviting people to zoom in on a photo, then sending them on a scavenger hunt around the image for more hidden messages—to produce this stellar tweet, of which Nihilist Arby’s would have been proud. Netflix, “A Day in the Life of Frank Underwood” Agency: In-house The fictional and real worlds merged delightfully in this campaign, in which Netflix got Pete Souza, Obama’s photographer, to shoot “candid” pics of House of Cards POTUS Frank Underwood at locations around Washington. And it turned out to be the most absurdly and amusingly simple line imaginable: “Yes good.” Geico, “Crushed” Agency: The Martin Agency The Martin Agency continued its inspired pre-roll work for Geico with another comical premise—ads that were condensed for your viewing convenience.

Meaning they actually got crushed by a giant Geico logo.

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Nike, “Breaking 2” Agency: Wieden Kennedy Portland Nike’s remarkable effort to break the two-hour marathon barrier had echoes of Red Bull Stratos—a marketer applying its carpe-diem message to a real-world challenge that tests the limits of human potential. But BK was thrilled with the one-time stunt, which was a major PR coup.

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