URGENT MESSAGE FROM SPACE (8.296.17): This is what we’re up against, people… It’s not easy for me to re-watch this, but I need you to see it. Please… Please go to the link in my bio to receive an official mission briefing and train with me on my space flight simulator. We’ve got work to do. #GetUnreal
I fell like I just watched a combination of Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and Jesus put on a tour de force acting performance that may haunt me to my very core for the rest of my natural born life.
I was so entranced by this commercial that I honestly believed Tom Brady was in unbridled peril against an intergalactic space being who was hell bent on robbing Tom of his entire stash of all natural-vegan chocolate. I was about ready to kick down NASA’s door, demand a space craft, strap myself in, and shoot off to whatever distance galaxy Tom found himself in.
That’s how much Tom’s acting, excuse me artistic masterpiece, sucked me in. I totally forgot that right now Tom is most likely having his left shoulder rubbed and caressed by Alex Guerrero in preparation for the Patriots upcoming game against the NY Jets.
I’d normally feel a little foolish for foolhardily thinking Tom was an intergalactic space traveler fighting against an unknown force of evil, but there is no need to feel foolish when a piece of art is able to impact your life in such a meaningful and emotional way.
If anything, I feel #blessed that I was able to experience it because sometimes a piece of art elicits such powerful emotions that it makes it hard to imagine going back to the life you lived before experiencing it. From now on I will split my life into two distinct periods, the Pre-Tom Brady Candy Commercial and th Post-Tom Brady Candy Commercial