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New Year's Eve (2011)

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Gelukkig is er niet zoveel product placement in New Years Eve. Kanonnen.

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A5) The best thing about New Year's Eve was counting the product placement: "Nivea, Nivea, Sherlock Holmes, Nivea, Nivea." #mtos

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Just watched New years eve. Product placement heavy much lol

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Cursilerías, clichés y mucho 'product placement'. (watching New Year's Eve) http://t.co/3nMmJRTN

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En New Year's Eve na' más faltó el product placement de Mercería Paquita...

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it had its errr moments and more shameless product placement than New Year's Eve… but lesson learned: i do not want to give birth

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New year's eve. en film med mer product placement får man söka länge efter. en hund som heter iPod #wtf

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Worst part of New Years Eve movie? Power Balance product placement. It's 2011 ffs.

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RT @tjcolello: Saw New Year's Eve in theatre. Product placement overkill, and that doesn't include the Times Square shots. #Disaronnoandcranberry?

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How much did DiSaronno, Nivea, Toshiba and TDK and Mayor Bloomberg pay for product placement in New Year's Eve? It was WAY too much!

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@CazRodgers happy new year to you to, my dearest Amy!!! New Year's Eve was eye-gougingly awful! SO MUCH product placement!

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Watching #NYE in NYC makes me realize how difficult effective advertising and product placement is in a world of corporate clutter

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The movie New Year's Eve should've been called product placement.

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Product placement is so bait in the new year film haha

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@pipmaxine you should then also go out to see NYE - cutest movie of the year (except for all the Nivea product placement)

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Saw New Year's Eve in theatre. Product placement overkill, and that doesn't include the Times Square shots. #Disaronnoandcranberry?

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Viendo nochevieja en NY Intento de copia fallido de Love actually Buen ejemplo de product placement Moet Nívea NY Phillips Sherlock homes

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"New Years Eve" 110mins of product placement. 1/2 a star for Efron & Pfeiffa

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Just been to see New Years Eve at the cinema - loved the cheesy storyline, overdone product placement and Ludacris as chief of NY police!

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Loved the ridiculous amount of product placement in New Years Eve. "I got your favourite drink, Disaronno & Cranberry" haa. Good film tho :)

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RT @zeelectedpotato: Okay, I gave you four minutes. Here it is: That last tweet had less product placement than the movie New Years Eve.

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Okay, I gave you four minutes. Here it is: That last tweet had less product placement than the movie New Years Eve.

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Noticed power balance bracelets in the movie New Year's Eve .. Hmm product placement??

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Lo mejor de "New Year's Eve": las """""""""tomas falsas del final""""""""" y el uso del Product Placement. Pero bueno, en general not bad...

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New Year's Eve a joyless, overstuffed confection that seems designed more to maximise product placement

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'New Year's Eve' with a special guest appearance by Mayor Bloomberg alternate title... 'Product Placement' ok... Now I'm done.. :)

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I spotted some subtle @MishkaNYC product placement on Ashton Kutcher's coffee mug in New Years Eve

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New Years eve was good but I have never seen more product placement in any movie than this! So much!!!!!

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Also, the final shot in New Year's Eve is product placement for Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows. Not even kidding. Incredible.

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So it turns out that NEW YEAR'S EVE features a piece of meta-product placement so egregious it must simply be applauded.

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If you wanna watch a corny movie about random ppl, with tons of product placement around them, go watch 'New Years Eve'

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New Years Eve could have really used some more obvious product placement. (Yes, I saw New Years Eve. Yes, I hate myself.)

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So new years eve was basically a two hour long advert for NYC. And the product placement was about as subtle as wayne's world

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Just saw the movie New Years Eve. It was kind of eh because it involves 2 things I don't like: nye and product placement.

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@rafalitosarmi Muy bien tu crítica de Año Nuevo, pero no mencionaste lo más molesto de la película: EL PRODUCT PLACEMENT!!!

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#Newyearseve cheio de product placement. Até do filme anterior do tiozinho nos erros de gravação rs

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RT @SwiftBomb: There was WAY too much product placement in New Year's Eve. The world is forcing us to be manic consumers.

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There was WAY too much product placement in New Year's Eve. The world is forcing us to be manic consumers.

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New Years Eve tiene demasiado product placement! #fail

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Dat was new years eve, over product placement gesproken:p

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So much product placement in this movie... I feel like I'm watching an infomercial! #NewYearsEve!

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New Year's Eve scores 45 product placements - Product Placement News

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New Year's Eve scores 45 product placements | Product Placement ...: With 45 brands, box-office hit “New Year's ... http://t.co/xeGfnWbF

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Product Placement & New Years Eve -how much is too much? http://t.co/IF8AvtGB

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New Years Eve.....A poor man's Love Actually.....With more product placement than the Argos Catalogue!!! #Nivea #Newyearseve

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#in Product Placement #Nivea in New Year's Eve, Movie in Theatre The 21 December 2011 http://t.co/e67QBLwe

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New Years Eve movie= NY nostalgia + a crap load of product placement + "morning motivation" kind of quotes. It was cute! @ElementTheCity

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Y el product placement de Nivea en New year's eve es grosero! #justsaying

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"New Year's Eve" is one gigantic product placement

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posted 10 questions about New Year's Eve http://t.co/sWAfZIPn

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