Original Commercial Here: https://youtu.be/WCVUUbcVI9o
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So this woman is told by her boss that she's not getting the promotion she thought she was due. Apparently Brie Larson was told ahead of time that this was going to happen because at that moment, Captain Marvel herself shows up and orders The Unpromoted to jump into her Nissan Sentra for a lecture and a very fast tour of the city...
Brie Larson tells this woman that she should "not compromise" on....something or another. Larson demonstrates her "no compromise" attitude by driving dangerously fast through busy, crowded city streets. Seriously, she seems to think that speed limits and stop signs are for Your Mom's Generation (or maybe your grandmother's or, at this point, great-grandmother's. Because, seriously, it's 2020.
Larson spits bumper stickers at her passenger who by now has to wonder what any of this has to do with her failure to attain a promotion, if she is going to be complicit in the accidents Larson is certain to be in or cause with her insane driving, and if Larson is ever going to let her out of the car alive. At the end of the ad Larson drops her off right where she left her, leaving us- and, I would think, this woman- wondering what the hell any of this was all about.
I mean, think about it. The tagline of this ad is "No Compromise." But the woman wasn't asked by her boss to compromise. She was told that she's not getting a promotion right now. How does being kidnapped and terrorized by Captain Marvel get across the "No Compromise" message? Someone please explain this to me. I'm totally lost.
I guess I am glad that the comments section is turned off for this ad- considering the crap Brie Larson got for having the audacity to play a comic book character traditionally depicted as male from the gatekeeper geek incels on YouTube, I shudder to imagine how this ad plays with that crowd of pathetic, dateless creeps.