Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by skipaway, Jan 30, 2014.
Early but, here's this years Budweiser Clydesdale commercial.
puppy marching down the road with Clydesdales behind him
puppy marching down the road
Awww...love every second!
Usually car ads are terrible, but the the Audi "Doberhuaha" ad had me rolling. Putting Sarah McLaclan in it just pushed it over the top. And the Volkswagen "Wings" ad is a perfect Super Bowl ad.
Still waiting for the Superb Owl commercials ...
New Cheerios ad: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LKuQrKeGe6g
The You Tube Comments had to be disabled - again
OMG - the puppy ad is so cute!
Loved the puppy/Clydesdale ad. Haven't seen the others yet; guess I'm going to have to actually watch the Super Bowl this year.
I do love the puppy one w/the Clydesdales, but my favourite one has to be the Muppets for Toyota. I mean...It's Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem Orchestra....and Sweetums....It does not get any better IMO.
OMG! Soooo cute!!!
Ha ha ha Radio Shack!
Loved the VW wings ad! And of course, the Budweiser puppy...
I'm sitting here amazed that we're even seeing the ads during the game, even on FOX. Usually, the Cdn cable/satellite providers replace the US ads with Canuck ones.
The ads seem a lot more "feel good" and less out there and obnoxious and in your face than in recent years.
I liked the Goldie Blox one.
Tim Tebow must be the most successful failed quarterback ever.
They're either "feel good", or "funny" ads that aren't funny (Bruce Willis, the bear buying yogurt...).
Sadly, the ads were better than the football.
I liked that one, too. And the Cheerios one was cute. The dog comment is how my niece probably would respond in a similar situation, only she would demand a horse instead.
Loved the Bud puppy ad the most.
My favorites were: - no particular order
Coke's "America Is Beautiful"
Microsoft's "Technology Can Do This" - featuring Steve Gleason (football player living with ALS)
Always luvs puppies and other animals.
But overall, the commercials were pretty blah.
Was that really Mary Lou Retton in the Radio Shack commercial? It goes by so quickly I couldn't really tell if that was her or you were just supposed to get the "Mary Lou" image since she was an 80's icon.
All the other icons were real so I assume it was her.
They were?! I'll have to watch that again in slo-mo or something.
I saw Dee Snider. Twisted Sister!
That Radio Shack commercial is the only one that made me crack up laughing during the Superbowl. Totally clever and I love how they were all the real people!