You cannot really miss the new upcoming movie AIR. The movie AIR is the most recommended movie as it features the story of the most famous brand NIKE.
With its constant soundtrack of 1980s tunes, this film will always remind you that it is 1984. Run DMC, Mike and the Mechanics, Cyndi Lauper, Night Ranger, and Bruce Springsteen all contribute songs. Not only that but it also covers songs from other great artists of those times who are all gonna leave you feeling nostalgic.
The main theme of the movie
The theme-appropriateness of Dire Straits’ “Money for Nothing,” which starts the film, is debatable. Another possibility is that it will just sound nice, excite us, and require no more consideration. Numerous Very Incredibly 1984 Things are shown in a montage, including Reagan, Where’s the Beef?, breakdancing, Cabbage Patch Kids, VHS, Ghostbusters, and Jane Fonda fitness videos. It never seems to end. Just a flood. Money for Nothing has never seemed to last as long. Anyway. Sonny Vaccaro (Damon) and I first meet in the stands of a high school basketball game. He is a talent scout for Nike, looking for dominant basketball players to sign sponsorship agreements.
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Let’s not get ahead of ourselves since there is a lot of drama and witty banter to get through before Sonny gets his massive fish. After Allied Biscuit and Table Time. Nike is third in the large basketball shoe industry. These two companies are referred to as the two industry leaders, Adidas and Converse. Chris Tucker plays the guy that we first encounter, but it’s not sure why he’s there other than to make us chuckle because Chris Tucker stars with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck in the same film. The low basketball sponsorship money caused a humorous quarrel between Sonny and Nike CEO Phil Knight (Affleck).
Jason Bateman also featured in AIR
Jason Bateman also appears in this film. An executive in marketing is Rob Strasser. He goes to powwows with Sonny and the other scouts to look for potential NBA draughts picks. Others are individuals like Hakeem Olajuwon, John Stockton, and the North Carolina player the Bulls took third overall. others of them are funny, others are guys who weren’t rubbish, and still, others are guys like those three. Without a doubt, the best performers with more resources and notoriety will be snatched up by the competition. Maybe they should go for Charles Barkley? The fact that “no one wants to see Barkley on TV” is the sentiment, rather than the other way around, demonstrates how much the script’s creator (Alex Convery, guilty) likes coming up with creative phrases.
Then, after a gloomy TV dinner, Sonny goes home and sits in the dark while continuously viewing game videos. Had he been married before? Kids? Probably not. His wife plays sports. AND SHOES. Or might sporting shoes be a better choice? Whatever. a tape of a videogame Jordan is the one who hits the game-winning shot in the NCAA final. “Rewind,” “Swish,” “Swish,” “Swish.” Sonny also has a gut impression of this person. He puts a lot of work into convincing Rob and Phil that Nike must offer Jordan everything. They’ll even design a unique pair of shoes for him. Since we now know what happens, it is straightforward to claim, 39 years later, that the nonsense “he doesn’t wear the shoe, he IS the shoe” is untrue.
Sonny makes phone calls to Jordan’s agent (Chris Messina), visits his parents’ house in North Carolina for an honest discussion with his mother Deloris (Viola Davis! ), and then goes downstairs to the Nike offices to consult the weirdo Matthew Maher (Peter Moore) about making the—wait for it—no, keep waiting—one more em dash—Air Jordan. Will they be successful in persuading Jordan to leave Adidas? You can see the solution right away. However, you are also aware that a speech will be necessary beforehand.