The Top Five 2014 SuperBowl Ads: Who Scored and Who Got Sacked?

by | Feb 3, 2014 | Culture, Entertainment | 0 comments


Budweiser’s commercial scored with Super Bowl viewers.

Given the disaster performance that Denver gave in the big game, the biggest sport at this year’s Super Bowl was catching and rating which Super Bowl commercials scored and which needed to ride the pine.

Overall, there were no Seahawk-level winners, but here are the top five from our humble perspective. The good news for commercial lovers? All of them were better than the game.

Now…back to working off all those chips and beer.

Product: Coca Cola

An advertisement for classic coke bottles was set to the tune of “America the Beautiful,” sung in 8 different languages by a wide landscape of people from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Patriotic and truly reflective of today’s America.

Product: SodaStream

Scarlett Johansonn is sweet and sexy per usual in the commercial for SodaStream vamping and camping it up to make the spot steamier in a blatant sales pitch that pokes fun at itself. Fun and fun to look at.

Product: Budweiser

Bud brings out the big guns by once again bringing out the Clydesdales, but upped the ante significantly with a little puppy. As long as your gag reflex was under control, this adorable story of a dog and his horse was a winner.

Product: Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee

Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza hang out at their old diner haunt during the Super Bowl in this spot seemingly about nothing that simultaneously signals a long-awaited Seinfeld reunion and teases Jerry’s web comedy series, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

Product: Jaguar F-Type Coupe

Brit movie villains, Ben Kingsley, Tom Hiddleston, and Mark Strong gang up to make a powerful case for villainous luxury in Jaguar’s commercial for their F-Type Coupe. Kingsley kills it when he closes the spot, saying “It’s Good To Be Bad.”

Charlotte Bryant

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