Super Bowl Sunday has come and gone, and what a list of great commercial ads. Did they deliver? You be the judge.
Super Bowl XLIII began when the Pittsburgh Steelers came onto the field at 6:10 p.m. eastern followed by the Arizona Cardinals. With Super Bowl XLIII being the most watched television event across the country each year, this year’s $3 million a spot request should bring some sort of financial reward in reaching consumers outside of the game itself. The commercials had something new for everyone, including the low-budget cost for the $1 million dollar winners of the Doritos ad. Here is a look into the Super Bowl XLIII commercials that took laughter to another level.
With GI JOE, Jack Black’s Year One, Vin’s Fast & Furious, and Land of the Lost with Matt Lauer laughs, the upcoming 2009 movie releases had a great view into what’s to come. To catch other great movies visit 2009 movie releases.
Hyundai came out with some true blue fun scoops with their commercial ads. The popular band Smashing Pumpkins played to the tune of a racing Hyundai car. Music always has a way of making life remain up to beat.
But the fun commercial that took many children by surprise would land on Mr. Potato Head’s lips that fell off and bounced around for Bridgestone. Bridgestone came out with some incredible commercials such as the astronauts bouncing to House of Pain’s Jump Around where they traveled to a distant planet only to have their vehicle stuck, another Bridgestone moment.
Cars.com had one with a child that grew up too soon. In fourth grade he went back into a burning school twice to save animals and at 24-years-old the smart guy used a ball point pen to complete surgery. But the intelligent adult felt nervous about cars. Cars.com, where any one can regain the confidence to get that perfect car at that perfect price ad was a hit.
The king of chimps lives through offering Castrol X to a bunch of grease monkeys. This ad faired well, but didn’t take the cake for us.
Chuck commercials shared the 3-D Monday night as an upcoming treat. Most wondered where they could score a pair of 3-D glasses just to watch the commercials alone.
GoDaddy.com came out with their fifth shower today commercial that had many wanting to see more.
Doritos had a couple of good ads with the Super Bowl XLIII winners of the $1 million dollar prize for the snow-globe toss into the vending machine and then a pass to the boss, in the privates. All for the hopes of getting a raise. This commercial was produced by the Herbert’s, Joe and Dave. They spent only a couple thousand to create it which went mostly, according to an interview on CBS, for food to the crew. The snow-globe thrown at the man’s privates had been actually been switched to safe syrophone prior to contact. These “two nobody’s from no where” (as stated by Joe and Dave) just scored high on Super Bowl XLIII commercial ads.
Cheetos cool groovy cat put’s his tail into the Super Bowl XLIII commercial ads spot by having women do bad things. A woman tosses a Cheeto under a rambling woman’s chair when all of the sudden birds flock to attack the Cheeto creating a disturbing moment for the talkative lady.
Death to taxes turned funny during this next Super Bowl XLIII commercial ad which offers death a little upset at the tax money he did not receive, as he looks at the preparer unlike The Ring says “see you in 8 days”.
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Jay Leno cashes in on Super Bowl XLIII commercial ads by advertising while driving a sports car with the license tag number of FALL. Perhaps something great will be coming this fall, just maybe.
Then there was the Football players dancing with lizards as the one eye creature we all come to love advertises for SoBelieve.com.
Pepsi shared a fantastic commercial ad during Super Bowl XLIII with their Bob Dylan and Will.I.AM doing Bob’s Forever Young song. The change game mixed with many fun moments shared as multiple action shots and gathering clips were flashed throughout this commercial. The second best Coke commercial held much for nature as it unfolded it’s beauty with a flock of butterflies. What about Pepsi’s competition?
Mean Joe Green took on the face of Pittsburgh Steelers Mean Troy Polamalu with the same beginning as the commercial released during the 1970’s. However the difference would be that the Coke Brand managers who take the bottle of Coke from Troy is tackled to get that Coke back. Then Troy rips off the other guys shirt in the same way that Mean Joe Green handed the 1970’s boy his football jersey. Not bad Coke, not bad at all since the Pittsburgh Steelers won!
You can catch all of these ads by going to YouTube.com and vote for the best ad by February 4th. If you wish to simply watch them elsewhere try CareerBuilder.com’s selection.