Cheese Commercial Nolan’s Cheese and Panda cheese are two cheese products that demonstrate two different ways to attract their audience to buy cheese. Nolan’s Cheese is about a mouse who is caught in a mouse trap but then finds the strength to get himself out of it. Panda Cheese is about a panda who wants everyone to love his cheese. These two commercials use pathos, ethos and logos in attempt to get their audience to buy their product. Both of these commercials they show pathos in a humorous way.
Nolan’s cheese starts off in a sad situation whereas the mouse is caught in a mouse trap, but he successfully gets out and everyone is happy for the little mouse. It is amusing because it is thought to be that the mouse is dead; then all of a sudden the music comes on and the mouse acts as if he is doing weights using the mouse trap. Compared to the Panda cheese commercial the Panda acts cute, but then he throws a fit. In the Panda Cheese commercial, the panda looks loving and sweet then intimidates the person who doesn’t want to buy his cheese.
The audience is caught off guard by the panda when he throws his fit, which is funny because it is not what anyone expected. Both of these commercials are similar in the sense that they are humorous because they catch the audience by surprise. It is very clear for the viewers to understand the humor in these commercials. There unethical morals that were shown in these commercials that helped make them more intriguing. Nolan’s commercial showed the poor helpless mouse that got caught in the mouse trap. It was very unethical in the sense that this feeble mouse was going to die only because he wanted to eat the cheese.
As opposed to the Panda commercial, where the Panda is the persecutor, the mouse is the victim. In the Panda commercial the panda throws down the customers cart all because he simply did not want to buy the Panda Cheese. This also was very unethical because of how the Panda reacted to the customers opinion to not buying the cheese, was very rude. It compares to the Nolan’s cheese because they were both demonstrating bad morals. Even though the morals of these commercials were very unethical, the audience understands that the author is indicating that they must eat the cheese product.
The author shows logical reasoning in these commercials quite differently in each of them. At the end of Nolans Cheese commercial it is states “apofjopajsfkmaspoj” as proof that their product is good. It is almost as if they are saying that is they have been in business that long, how could you not trust that it is delicious? As opposed to Pandas Cheese commercial, they do not state how long they have been in business for. In the Panda commercial, they say “You can’t say no to Panda”. They imply that the Panda Cheese is so good that you cannot say no to something so good.
In Nolans Cheese commercial their reasoning is trying to get their audience to trust them that it is so good; but in the Panda commercial their reasoning is you cannot say no to something so delicious. Although both of these commercials are about cheese products, they both have different reasoning’s as to why the audience should buy their product. The commercials were both very effective in their commercials in their use of pathos, logos and ethos. For their use of pathos, they both appealed to their audience with humor. As for ethos, these two commercials were both very unethical.
Pathos was where they were distinctly different because in Nolan’s Cheese commercial their reasoning was that they have been in business since “ jpoja” therefore they must be good. The Pandas commercials approach was that you just cannot say no to something so good. I believed that both of these commercials were very successful in grabbing their audiences’ attention. I think their most effective tool was the use of humor because it makes the viewers happy and more willing to buy their product. Both of these commercials were very enjoyable to watch and used their tools well.