Pepsi Max I’m Good

Pepsi Max is presented as the diet cola for men in “I’m Good”, a television commercial used at the Super Bowl 2009. Men put up with rough treatment from their peers, but usually not diet cola. But it appears they will drink Pepsi Max.

Golfer in Pepsi Max I'm Good commercial


Inadvertent punishment happens wherever men get together, in the shed, on the golf course, on the bowling alley, working on the house.

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Credits

The “I’m Good” ad was developed at TBWA\Chiat\Day, Los Angeles, by global director of media arts Lee Clow, executive creative director Rob Schwartz, creative directors Brett Craig and Joe Shands, art director Susan Alinsangan, copywriter Ron Schlessinger, director of broadcast Richard O’Neill, executive producer Anh-thu Le, senior producer David Hoogenakker, assistant producer Doris Chen, director of business affairs Linda Daubson, business affairs manager Laura Drabkin, broadcast traffic supervisor Saeyoung Kim, group account director Erica Hoholick, account director David Dreyer, management supervisor Romy Flint, account executive Maura Menepace.

Filming was shot by director Matt Aselton via Epoch Films with director of photography Tami Reiker, executive producer Charlie Cocuzza and producer Marc Marrie.

Editors were Dan Bootzin and William Sacdalan at Venice Beach Editorial with producer Hunter Conner, assistant editor Daniel Reitzenstein and executive producer Hunter Conner.

Online editing and VFX were done at The Mill by executive producer Ben Hampshire, producer Asher Edwards, VFX set supervisor/Lead Flame artist Giles Cheetham, Flame artist Ross Goldstein, Lead CG artist John Leonti.

Sound was mixed by John Bolen at Play Studios with executive producer Sara Hartman.

  • shoot

    love that pepsi max commercial!!! i feel very inspired!!!!

  • anne

    Love the ad it was very brilliantly done and woul love to go for an interview there myself and then go danciing in that street great,the three actors were amazing also wish they would bring it back on tv now though.