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January 30th, 2014
Super Bowl advertisements are going in a new direction this year according to the experts. Sex, shock, and fads will be minimal this Sunday, replaced by spots that are more socially conscious and appeal to men and women. What a concept!
Of course, you’ll have to watch the big game on Sunday to see all the new, $4 million ads (or check YouTube five minutes after the game is over), but some companies are giving ad geeks a sneak peek at what they’ll see after kick off on February 2.
I feel like the creators of the M&M teaser ad for this year’s Super Bowl have been watching a lot of Pretty Little Liars.
I’d be okay watching a football game that only features ads with Stephen Colbert.
Some people will be crying over their Budweiser’s if their teams loses on Sunday, but EVERYONE will be crying by the end of this ad.
In typical Super Bowl fashion, you have to wait until the end of the ad to figure out how the content relates back to the product, but I’ll definitely give Audi bonus points for their use of animal activist Sarah MacLachlan.
The Muppets, former NFL player and current Brooklyn 99 actor Terry Crews, and a musical number? You had me at ‘The’.
Cheerios initially received criticism for this ad for its use of a biracial family. Everyone enjoy the 1908 Super Bowl game this Sunday!
If any car looks that good after 100,000 miles, wings should sprout out of someone.
Sure, it doesn’t really make much sense, but Johnny Galecki is in the ad, so I’m a fan.
Nothing goes better together than football and slow claps. And Rudy. CarMax is definitely in the running for my favourite Super Bowl ad of 2014.
So…I kinda wanna buy a Kia now.
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The men of Full House have reunited for an ad that is probably funnier than all eight seasons of the family comedy. Plus, Uncle Jesse can still get it.
James Franco plays Rob Riggle in this teaser for Ford’s Super Bowl ad and there’s a tiger. That’s all I got.Tweet