The new Leila De Lima’s campaign ad is better than ‘Beauty and the Bestie’

If there is one senatorial candidate that is trending right now because of his/her television advertisement, that is no other than former Department of Justice Secretary Leila de Lima.
On her Youtube channel, De Lima posted her new television commercial that she thinks and her commercial ‘think tanks’ capture her personality and her program of government that she’d be implementing if, just in case, she would be elected  as a senator under the ruling Liberal Party.
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hO-eEyQMWCo&feature=youtu.be&w=640&h=385]
In fairness to her new TVC, if it was a film, that is way much better than the Beauty and the Bestie movie. And netizens be like, she’s the new “Darna” because of the ad’s vibe that you can feel the same while watching the Darna movie trailer.
What do you think of her new TVC? What about the comparison to Beauty and the Bestie?
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