Pick Of The Week

Eleanor Trickett chooses the McDonald’s Kung-Fu spoof executed with aplomb by Leo Burnett: ’How many more genres can McDonald’s plunder before it stops being funny? I’m normally drunk when I watch Kung-Fu films, but the inept dubbing, jerky cuts, epileptic kicks and camp expressions trickled back into my consciousness straight away.’ Written by Laurence Quinn, art directed by Mark Norcutt and directed by Chris Dada of Academy.

Eleanor Trickett chooses the McDonald’s Kung-Fu spoof executed with

aplomb by Leo Burnett: ’How many more genres can McDonald’s plunder

before it stops being funny? I’m normally drunk when I watch Kung-Fu

films, but the inept dubbing, jerky cuts, epileptic kicks and camp

expressions trickled back into my consciousness straight away.’ Written

by Laurence Quinn, art directed by Mark Norcutt and directed by Chris

Dada of Academy.



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