Well the Super Bowl has ended. Commercials have come and gone, but some are still being talked about. Some in a good way. Some in a bad way. Personally, I did not really like all the commercials this year, but some have stood out amongst the crowd. Here is my own personal list of the good ones. I am not going to mention all the commercials, but just a few to get the point across.
My sister and I were texting back and forth about the commercials. She helped me choose the best ones.
The Good List:
#1. Budweiser: “Brotherhood”
This one is nostalgic and excellent. Budweiser has done it again with the Clydesdales.
#2. Tide: “Joe Montana Stain”
This one is funny. The guy gets a stain on his jersey in the shape of Joe Montana and then the wife washes it…she’s wearing a Ravens jersey…
#3. Samsung: “Next Big Thing”
Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd star is this hilarious commercial that mocks other brands’ commercials.
#4. Coke: “Chase”
This commercial leaves you in suspense and you get to decide who wins the Coke.
#5. Kia” “Space Babies”
Classic story a father would tell his son about where a baby comes from. The Kia helps change the subject by playing “The Wheels on the Bus”.
#6. Oreo: “Choose Your Side”
Oreo dominated in the advertising, especially when the lights went out in the stadium. Didn’t get to see it? Here is the ad they came up with on the spot. They put this on Twitter and it became a sensation. 🙂
#7. Pistachio: “Crackin’ Gangnam Style”
This one was funny and kind of weird. It was definitely a talked about commercial.
#8. Dodge: “So God Made a Farmer”
Now this one did not make as much sense to me as the other ones. I get that farmers need heavy duty trucks to do their work, but they barely mention a Dodge. In face they don’t until the very end and then it says, “To the farmer in all of us”. I guess every one has a need for a Dodge truck? I personally don’t like Dodges. But that’s my opinion.
Well there you have it. My list of the top most-talked about Super Bowl commercials. Hope you enjoyed and check back for more ad campaigns.