These were my favorite Superbowl commercials:

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Audi Big Game Commercial 2011 – Release the Hounds

A surprisingly witty spot from Audi:

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Chrysler Eminem Super Bowl Commercial – Imported From Detroit

Powerful and emotional piece:

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Volkswagen Commercial: The Force

I love the frustration in the kid visible in his body language:

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Volkswagen Commercial: Black Beetle

This was my surprise favorite:

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Sealy Super Bowl After Glow Commercial

Cute:

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Pepsi MAX – LOVE HURTS – Crash The Super Bowl 2011 Winner

Amusing:

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2011 Kia Optima: “One Epic Ride” Big Game Commercial

Not my favorite, but this just looked crazy expensive:

Category: Humor, Sports, Television, Weekend

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3 Responses to “Best SuperBowl Commercials”

  1. Jeff Malec says:

    Does anyone else take offense/find it odd that E-Trade is allowed to run ads essentially saying:

    Not only is investing so easy a baby can do it, but in fact, the baby becomes so successful that he can have custom tailored clothes… and what’s more, the tailor himself, upon investing with E-Trade, can now retire in Tuscany.

    That wouldn’t fly in the futures industry, and am not quite sure how it does on the securities side.

    More here: http://managed-futures-blog.attaincapital.com/2011/02/07/cmon-e-trade-is-investing-really-so-easy-a-baby-can-do-it/

  2. boveri says:

    Wonderful commercials and I didn’t need to watch the Superbowl to see them – really!

  3. MidlifeNocrisis says:

    LOL. I drove a 1969 Beetle for 3 years. Only thing, it wasn’t such a hot car back then. I’ve even got the Ram Jam album from 1977. Black Betty. BAM-A-LAM!