The smoke has settled, the dust has cleared, Destiny’s Child has reunited, the Ravens have won the Superbowl and now it’s time for everyone to stand around their water coolers talking about what was the most memorable thing about the show: The Commercials. Like every year advertisers went all out with commercials this year, and boy were there some memorable ones. Here are our picks for the best of them.
What can be better than Seth Green and Paul Rudd sitting around talking who is the next best thing, with Bob Odenkirk intervening. This Samsung commercial was creative, and pretty funny. It may actually have been the funniest thing either actor has done in awhile.
In what is the most touching Superbowl commercial, Budweiser shows a a young fowl who leaves his trainer only to meet up with him again years later in the big city. Set to the tune of Fleetwood Mac’s Landslide this commercial may not be the most special effects laden or have any big name celebrities, but it really is worth watching.
We all know The Rock is one of the biggest action movie stars today, but it’s definitely not the most talked about thing he has done lately. No we’re not talking about his return to the wrestling ring, but instead his milk Superbowl commercial. He’ll do anything to get a fresh jug of milk, including forgoing his natural instincts to save the world. Take a look.
Have you ever seen a native Minnesotan white guy with a Jamaican accent? Well thanks to Superbowl 2013′s Volkswagen ad you now have. It sure pushed the boundaries but it did have a certain humor to it. You are sure to hear about this one from your coworkers if you haven’t seen it.
A goat that eats Doritos nonstop? That’s the premise of the latest Doritos Superbowl commercials. This goat never stops eating, and when he runs out, he freaks out. No wonder the previous owner gave him away for free.
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