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Monday, February 3, 2014

With a Super Bowl that ended up being a blowout, fans were forced to take solace in the commercials that help make the game such a universally enjoyed event. Fortunately, there were quite a few memorable ones. Many of the advertisements this year ditched the humor angle and instead looked to warm hearts. No one did a better job of that than Budweiser with this spot shown at the end of the game: According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, this received plenty of critical acclaim: Despite the different commercial styles, there were definitely some that caused almost anyone watching to laugh out loud. Here is a look at the funniest ads from Super Bowl XLVIII. 5. Ford This was technically two commercials combined as Ford sent the message that it has "nearly double" the fuel economy of average cars. As a result, Rob Riggle started off with a typical, bland commercial that was followed up by James Franco basically repeating the dialogue in a better version. The problem is that everything that took place in the second commercial was at least 10 times cooler than the one in the first, and Franco is probably 1,000 times the actor/entertainer/celebrity that Riggle is. Still, the entire idea was original and it created an entertaining spot early in the game. 4. RadioShack When you can successfully make fun of yourself and bring back an entire decade worth of awesome, you are doing something right. RadioShack started things off by pointing out that the company has been a little behind the times. What followed was an explosion of references to the 1980s, from athletes like Mary Lou Retton and Hulk Hogan to television shows like Cheers and CHiPS, plus Kid 'n Play, Alf and much more. If you lived through the 80's, you were able to get some nostalgia from the characters you loved. If you did not, you could simply sit back and laugh at some of the things that were actually popular. Either way, it was a funny look at a company that is looking to get back into the spotlight. 3. Bud Light This commercial was not only humorous, but it also created a lot of jealousy for most of those watching at home. Bud Light apparently took an unsuspecting person on the strangest night of his (and probably anyone's) life. Ian met various celebrities and got to play a ping pong match against Arnold Schwarzenegger. Honestly, the "tiny tennis" battle alone would be worth the night for me. Still, the advertisement kept you on your toes because most were simply wondering what could come next. The unpredictability was what made one of the funnier commercials of the night. 2. Wonderful Pistachios Stephen Colbert has created a powerful persona for himself and he has reached the point where he is funny in almost everything he does. These two commercials were no different. Wonderful Pistachios strategically placed two ads 30 seconds apart to highlight the effect of Colbert. In that time, the star goes from a toned-down endorser to a full-fledged nut (pun intended). Although Colbert did nothing more than play the role he has perfected on The Colbert Report, he was highly entertaining in these two 15-second spots. 1. Audi Audi created an entire new breed of dog for their commercial and called it a Doberhuahua, which is a combination of a Doberman and a Chihuahua. Obviously, this is not recommended in real life. While the image of the canine alone was funny enough, other highlights include the announcers at the dog show as well as Sarah McLachlan on the couch trying to "help these misunderstood animals." Even if you were not really paying attention during the game itself, it would be hard to miss this spot with some of the most bizarre creatures you will ever see. Viewing it again just makes it that much better as the funniest advertisement of the day.
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2014's Best Super Bowl Commercials Review

The overall commercials this year were not collectively strong on the whole, but there were some that caught our eye.

Most Touching

Hands down, Budweiser was the winner.

Budweiser’s “Puppy Love” and “ A Hero’s Welcome” were both warm and sweet messages that scored big publicity touchdowns for the company.

Most Self-Deprecating

RadioShack, which has felt like a dying brand for years, did a creative thing in essentially poking fun at itself with a phone call (“it’s the 80s…they want their store back”).  Kudos for humility, but will it help redefine and boost its brand appeal?

T-Mobile exploited Tim Tebow’s inability to get an NFL contract by communicating to potential customers that they wouldn’t need to sign a contract to use T-Mobile.  Great humility by Tebow, and great product information by T-Mobile.

Sexy and Un-sexy

Dannon Oikos gets a little racy as John Stamos drops some yogurt on his lap intentionally with the hope that his companion will amend the situation…only to be foiled by his former “Full House” roommates Bob Saget and Dave Coulier.

SodaStream gets poor marks for under-utilizing Scarlett Johansson’s sexuality.  Interesting beverage concept, but uninspired delivery of message.

Consistently Clever


Doritos scored big with their “Time Machine” and “ Cowboy Kid” pieces.  We can count on the chip maker to consistently provide at least one creative and humorous SB ad annually based on the experiences from the last several years.

Points for Creativity, Varying Degrees of Effectiveness

- Bud Light taking a random guy out for a night on the town was creative, though fell short of the pre-SB hype.  Though I do enjoy Arnold Schwarzenegger trash-talking the guy during ping-pong.

- Perhaps as a pistachio lover I’m biased, but Stephen Colbert’s 2-part pistachio bit was, well, tasty.

Most Likely to Score with Women

David Beckham’s H&M underwear ad.

Most Ridiculous It’s Actually Funny

Axe Body Spray’s “Love Not War”.

Final Thoughts:

- Beats Music needs to stick with athletes listening to jams as raw sewage and human excrement is thrown at them.  We’ve all seen Ellen dance.  Nothing new.

- GoDaddy’s commercials weren’t as raunchy or distasteful as in the past, but still not winners.  Though a major upset that someone like John Tuturro would think to appear in such ads (perhaps even GoDaddy realized they needed a more credible presence rather than just rely on Danica Patrick’s sex appeal).

- I give Chrysler credit for using American legend Bob Dylan to hawk the virtues of another American classic…Chrysler cars.
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Budweiser's 'Puppy Love' Commercial was The Best Commercials of 2014

Monday morning quarterbacking takes on a new meaning for those who watched the Super Bowl 2014.

And we're not talking about Sunday's game at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, which was a "Super Blowout" in favor of the Seattle Seahawks over the Denver Broncos, 43-8.

We're talking about the Super Bowl commercials, and the $4 million budgets spent on 30-second ads to tell us about cars, movies, beer, chips and even yogurt.

Do they work?

In an interview with Shandra Martinez of The Grand Rapids Press, ad expert Bill McKendry said the Super Bowl is considered the best venue to launch a campaign ad because 75 percent of Americans are watching the big game.

“It’s about the only TV show that people pay attention to the ads because they expect great ads,” said McKendry, co-founder and chief creative officer of Hanon McKendry | DO MORE GOOD.

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Other experts wondered of the "blowout" meant a lack of viewers.

"The good ads were really good, but a lot of people didn't see them because they were at the end of the game," said Bob Kolt of Michigan State University's Department of Advertising, Public Relations and Retailing.

The game's most popular commercial -- according to experts, USA Today's well-known ad meter and those on social media -- was the Budweiser "Puppy Love" ad, which aired with only 2 minutes left in the game.

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Michigan experts on Monday agreed this year's crop of Super Bowl commercials pulled more at the heart-strings as opposed to those a little more risque.

Kolt called it a "love bowl," where all the commercials seemed to focus on love.

His group of 34 MSU faculty members picked Budwesier "Puppy Love" as the night's best.

As did Grand Rapids-based Gravity Six Alliance, a consortium of ad agencies that collaborate on major accounts.

Overall, most of the Super Bowl ads were "average," Kolt said. Or they missed the mark, said the Grand Rapids group.

“It seems we’ve lost the art of storytelling,” said Gravity Six Alliance partner and Palazzolo Design principal Gregg Palazzolo.

"We’re in a transition where the great storytellers are retired or are not on the young creative teams, and there’s a lot of desperation. That won’t move the needle for these brands.”
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Super Bowl 2014 and 7 Epic Sports Blowouts

The Seahawks blasting the Broncos in Sunday's NFL championship is the latest of several sports routs

Denver and Seattle were evenly matched with 15-3 records going into Sunday's Super Bowl, but the Seahawks pummelled the Broncos 43-8 in a game that paled in comparison to the event built around it.

For a team that had the highest-scoring offence in NFL history, it was a shockingly poor effort by the Broncos in what could be the swan song for Denver quarterback Peyton Manning.

But Denver isn't the only team to lose big when it counts the most.

Here is a look at seven other epic sports blowouts in big games:
Super Bowl XXIV: San Francisco 49ers 55, Denver Broncos 10

Denver has been on the wrong end of a Super Bowl blowout more than once.

In 1990, quarterback John Elway and his Broncos faced an even worse defeat than this year's debacle, falling by a whopping 45 points, still a record for Super Bowl futility.

San Francisco, led by quarterback Joe Montana, won its second straight NFL final after scoring two touchdowns in every quarter.
Super Bowl XXII: Washington Redskins 42, Denver Broncos 10

Guess who? Two years earlier, the Broncos had a slightly less humiliating defeat, this time at the hands of the Redskins.

The Redskins outscored the Broncos 35-0 in the second quarter alone.

By the early 1990s the Broncos had made the finals four times, losing each and leading to one of the all-time great Simpsons jokes, when Homer is disappointed to learn he has received the Denver Broncos from a wealthy benefactor.

"I think owning the Denver Broncos is pretty good," Marge says.

"You just don't understand football, Marge," Homer replies with a sigh.
Hockey's 1981 Canada Cup: Russia 8, Canada 1

The history of Canada and Russia in international hockey is usually characterized by memorable battles and last-second goals.

Not so during the second Canada Cup, the only tournament at the time where the world's top players took part.

The Russians dominated the one-game final in Montreal. Sergei Shepelev had a hat trick as the Russians scored five goals in the third period alone.

The Montreal Gazette wrote that Canada's hockey pride had been "stabbed in the heart."

Canada may have enacted a bit of historic revenge during the 2010 Olympics, dominating the Russians 7-3 in a quarter-final elimination game.
1996 Stanley Cup finals: Colorado Avalanche 8, Florida Panthers 1

The Stanley Cup finals have had their fair share of four-game sweeps in every era, but in the last 20 years, few have been more mismatched than this championship series.

The series — between a heavily favoured Avalanche squad and an upstart Florida club that was a surprise to have made the final — went according to script and included a huge blowout in Game 2.

Colorado scored four power-play goals on its way to an easy 8-1 victory.

Though the deciding fourth game was a thrilling 1-0 win in triple overtime, the series was never in doubt. Florida held a lead in the series for fewer than 30 minutes combined.
UEFA Euro 2012 final: Spain 4, Italy 0

In the widest margin of victory in soccer's European championship, Spain trounced Italy to win its third consecutive major tournament.

Struck by an injury after using all three of its substitutions, Italy was forced to play with 10 players for the final third of the game.

Things got so bad for Italy that Spain's captain and goalkeeper, Iker Casillas, pleaded with an assistant referee to blow the whistle.

"Respect for the rival," he said, according to the Guardian. "Respect for Italy. It's 4-0, yes?"
1998 NBA finals: Chicago Bulls 96, Utah Jazz 54

Michael Jordan won his sixth and final championship with the Bulls in a 4-2 series victory over Utah.

The Jazz players should be happy the series will be remembered as Jordan's last hurrah, because their team set records for ineptitude in Game 3.

The game was the worst loss in NBA finals history, and the Jazz scored what were then the fewest points in any NBA game since the shot clock was introduced in 1954-55.

The Chicago Tribune reported that Utah's radio play-by-play man, Rod Hundley, dealt with it by switching sides.

"I just became a Bulls fan for the second half,"  he joked.
1989 World Series: Oakland A's 13, San Francisco Giants 7

This matchup is remembered as the series hit by the "World Series Earthquake." Game 3 was delayed 10 days when a deadly earthquake struck the San Francisco Bay Area.

When the game was finally played, it was a blowout for Oakland — just like the other three games in the series.

Oakland never trailed in the October classic, and outscored the Giants 32-14 over the four games.
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Super Bowl 2014 Full Match Summary

Their safety 12 seconds into the game got everyone excited, but the only play that came close to matching it started off the second half - and Percy Harvin's kick return pretty much finished off the Broncos.

After that, there wasn't much left to do but hope for some good commercials, a strategy that yielded some nice moments, but nothing that you can't see on YouTube.

Here's a look back at the Super Bowl on Sunday night, from the transit gaffes to the commercials, halftime show and - oh yeah - the game itself.

RETRO BLOWOUT: It has been awhile since the NFL's championship game has been such an absurdly one-sided affair.

Football fans who remember the 1980s and 1990s recall watching teams - the Broncos often among them - get slaughtered on Super Bowl Sunday. In those days, it was pretty much a given that the big game would be over by halftime. Over the last decade, though, a series of fantastic finishes and improbable moments have gotten everyone accustomed to drama.

Not on Sunday night. The Seahawks' 43-8 win was a throwback, for sure. The only bigger losses were New England's 46-10 defeat to Chicago and Denver's 55-10 thrashing by San Francisco in 1990. The 35-point margin tied the Bills' 52-17 loss to Dallas in 1993.

While linebacker Malcolm Smith was the game’s MVP, quarterback Russell Wilson was steady against a strong Broncos defense, and did not turn the ball over.

"Our defense. Our offense. Special teams were great and our fans were unbelievable in MetLife Stadium last night," Wilson said on “CBS This Morning” on Monday. "It's a team effort, and that's what we've been wanting to do. You want to play your best football at the end of the year, and that's what we did."

MANNING AGONISTES: Peyton Manning always seems to be judged by the next game. Win one big game, and it's the next one just out of reach that really matters.

In the Super Bowl he never really had much of a chance. The game's first snap flew by his head before he could react, and the Seahawks had a safety and a 2-0 lead 12 seconds into the game.

"It's not the way you want to start a game," Manning said. "For whatever reason we couldn't get anything going after that."

Down only two scores, the Broncos could have made it a game, but Manning got hit as he threw, the ball fluttered into Malcolm Smith's grasp and the linebacker returned it for a touchdown and just like that, the Broncos were down 22-0 at halftime.

Oh, and then Manning got to watch as Harvin returned the second-half kickoff for a TD.

"To finish this way is very disappointing," Manning said. "It's a bitter pill to swallow."

Manning has largely been noncommittal about whether or not he’ll give it a go next season, according to’s Will Brinson.

“I really have no plans beyond this game,” he said at a pre-Super Bowl press conference. “I had no plans, coming into this season, beyond this year. I think that it is the healthy way to approach your career at this stage. I still enjoy playing football. I feel a little better than I thought I would at this point, coming off (last year’s neck) surgery."

AMERICAN INDUSTRY: Many advertisers played it safe by avoiding anything gaudy or puerile- and by wrapping themselves in the flag.

“It was a kinder, gentler advertising effort,” said CBS News analyst Frank Luntz on “CBS This Morning.”

The stakes were particularly high, too. Luntz said that the average cost of a 30-second spot was $4 million, and as many as 42 percent of Americans watched the game mostly for the ads.

Coca-Cola showcased America's diversity with a spot that showed scenes of natural beauty and families of different ethnicities to the tune of "America the Beautiful" being sung in different languages.

Chrysler debuted a two-minute ad starring Bob Dylan, who discusses the virtues of having cars built in Detroit, a theme that it has struck with in previous ads with Eminem and Clint Eastwood. "Let Germany brew your beer. Let Asia assemble your phone. We will build your car," Dylan says in the ad.

And Budweiser went right for the emotional heart with two ads. One was about a military homecoming that was followed by a live shot of the officer from the ad sitting in the stands, another was about a puppy who didn't want to be separated from his friend, one of the Budweiser Clydesdales. Luntz said animal ads always do well, but the puppy-Clydesdale ad did unusually well by going totally over the top.

The second most-popular ad, according to Luntz, was the Doritos ad about time travel, which women and men responded to equally.

DIG THIS JAM: When people weren't griping about not knowing who Bruno Mars was, they were finding themselves impressed by the 28-year-old pop star's showmanship.

As AP Music Writer Chris Talbott put it "tens of millions got their first chance to see why he's one of the most exciting live acts of his generation."

Mars made his first appearance bashing away at his drum kit, then segued into his catchy hit "Locked Out of Heaven" before going into "Treasure" and "Runaway Baby."

After that, he was joined by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who cavorted shirtless on stage as they joined the man who was still a child when the song they played, "Give It Away," was a hit.

NO TIME FOR TRAFFIC PROBLEMS: Fans on the way to the game collapsed from overcrowding and heat at Secaucus Junction, where TSA-style security checks created a bottleneck on the way to the game.

Initial fan calls of "Seahawks" and "Broncos" gave way to angry shouts of "New Jersey, your Super Bowl sucks!"

After the game, fans converged on the rail station for the return trip, clogging the platform as trains loaded and left when full. NJ Transit said a second platform was opened to accommodate the crowds. More than an hour after Seattle completed its 43-8 victory over Denver, long delays remained for crowds trying to leave the stadium area.

Nearly 28,000 fans rode the rails from Secaucus Junction, where all trains connect to MetLife Stadium. That's nearly double projections by event organizers, and well above the previous New Jersey Transit record of 22,000 set at a 2009 U2 concert.

At an average New York Giants or New York Jets game, about 8,000 people take the trains.

Waiting for a train, Seattle natives Jeff Chapman, 40, and childhood friend Willie Whitmore, 39, were anxious to get home.

"This is a joke," griped Chapman, an engineer. "We're not even from here and we could've told you this would've happened."

"What do you expect when you don't give people any other option to get home," added Whitmore, a project manager. "It's ridiculous."

Dan Steidl, 27, from Green Bay, Wis., was waiting for 45 minutes with very little movement.

"This is terrible," he said. "I'm ready to get out of here, but I don't know when that'll happen."

A NJ Transit spokesman told The Associated Press early Monday that nearly 25,000 passengers had been moved to Secaucus by midnight, two hours after the game, and that overall it was a "tremendous success," considering the volume of passengers transported without accident or incident.
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Volkswagen 2014 Behind The Scenes "Wings" Game Day Commercial

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Volkswagen 2014 Behind The Scenes "Wings" Game Day Commercial
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Budweiser Super Bowl 2014 Teaser - A Hero's Welcome

Budweiser Super Bowl 2014 Teaser - A Hero's Welcome
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Super Bowl 2014 Ad Starring Terry Crews and the Muppets

Super Bowl 2014 Ad Starring Terry Crews and the Muppets
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David Beckham 2014 Commercial for H&M - #Covered or #Uncovered?

Monday, January 27, 2014

David Beckham 2014 Commercial for H&M - #Covered or #Uncovered?
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David Beckham 2014 Commercial for H&M - #Uncovered

David Beckham 2014 Commercial for H&M - #Uncovered
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David Beckham for H&M - Behind the Scenes of the Campaign Film 2014

David Beckham for H&M - Behind the Scenes of the Campaign Film 2014
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2014 Big Game Teaser feat. Terry Crews - Toyota Highlander

2014 Big Game Teaser feat. Terry Crews - Toyota Highlander
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Big Game Trailer starring The Muppets - 2014 Toyota Highlaner

Big Game Trailer starring The Muppets - 2014 Toyota Highlaner
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Squarespace - A Better Web Awaits 30 Commercial

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