Some definite winners, some so-so efforts and some prime examples of what not to do when you advertise. Enough of me writing: Feast your eyes on a few slices of the 2010 Super Bowl advertising pie.
No Pepsi ads? Coca-Cola is all up in it – proving C. Montgomery Burns has a heart.
Betty White finally got her Super Bowl swing on…Snickers, I’ll take this all day over Nougatocity!
What the hades? I thought Bridgestone was going to admit to using whale skin in their tires.
Was hoping the ad was for the Dodger Challenger – now that is a man-ride.
What the crap?! Bud Light hired the crew from the Dharma Initiative?
How ’bout a few swings and misses from the Doritos campaign – perhaps letting the public in on the action should have been a one and done premise?
Once upon a time there was a beer owned by a small piece of America…at least the commercials still are.
I’m a glutton for punishment – simply can’t get enough of Clark W. Griswold, Jr.
The devil went down to Georgia…and found a beaver.
Really, E*trade? Babies with addiction issues and poor moral compasses?
I laughed. I’ll have bad dreams because of it, but I laughed.
All I could think: “I bet their legs were really itchy after shooting this.”
Already looking forward to the frivolous, politically-correct lawsuit that results from this effort.
Great score. Great concept. Flawless execution. Gotta love Google.
Suck + Suck = Suckier.
Seriously. The warranty is legit. My parents own one.
I can always get down with some Atari 2600…powered by Intel?
Is there something wrong with the Dove soap I’ve been using? Or do I just have permission, now?
No comprende. So, is Bud saying we should help our friends come over from Mexico?
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