Yeah, Kaitlin was her name on that show. So much hotter than Marissa. Should I feel bad that she was playing a 16year old? Oh well I can do some meth and her age won't matter.Muffin said:the chick at the end of the "that guy" one is on the OC now.
good commercials, but I wonder how well scare tactics really work...
JAR said:and when he filmed American History X, he would shoot the same scene over and over, sometime close to a thousand takes. If my memory serves me correct, it has the record as the film that spent the most money of any film on film stock. Ed Norton almost quit like three times, and there were physical altercations. Norton won't even talk about him.
rentboy said:great ads... that's the boy from Third Rock in the last one ('i'm not gonna be like that guy').
L'ilMisSunshine said:I hope we start seeing these commercials in Canada too ... I think they're explicit enough to scare some kids and adults away from it.
These have been running for a while down there now. I dunno... I'm not so sure about these ads. I don't believe scare tactics work in the long run... and when you're dealing with youth... I don't think the approach should be to TELL them what to NOT do... cause many of them are probally gonna run off and do it!ndrwrld said:wow.
these should be shown in all U.S. schools.
even the poster ads...
ive never done meth, and i dont plan on trying it.