What exactly was the point of using Miku, though? Nobody who didn't already know about her is going to recognize her or know what Vocaloids are, they're just going to think she's some mascot character made by Toyota, lol.
I think "World is Mine" is a good song to use, but they shouldn't have used the scream. It's just going to scare normal people that she's screaming like a banshee with the creepiest looking face ever.
Also I did rage at "Hatsuni Miku". At least say her name right.
The commercial itself is ok, but I have no idea who the hell let that guy who reads the stuff into this, his voice is annoying and sounds as if he was about to throw up. Seriously.
Oh, when I said that the commercial was ok, I meant - it would have been ok, if it had aired in Japan rather than USA.
I rather dislike the word "fail", but in this very case - no word described what I've just seen better.
"------and she said.
If you accept everything, you won't be hurt. Everything you disagree with, everything you hate, and everything you can't acknowledge. If you can accept them without resisting, then you won't be hurt. If you deny everything, you will be hurt. Everything you agree with, everything you like, and everything you can acknowledge. If you can only deny it, then you'll be hurt."
What is this I don’t even… Who had the idea to do this, for God’s sake? It’s ridiculous.
And along with Toyota, of all companies. Using World is mine as the theme wasn’t the best decision, either; Miku’s high-pitched scream isn’t exactly going to attract customers, guys…
Anyway, I doubt it’ll work out the way they want it to.
And, if I ever get to see this on a TV, I will laugh. HARD.