2014 Super Bowl Commercials
Bar Refaeli Kisses a Computer Geek in Go Daddy’s Racy 2013 Super Bowl Commercial
Go Daddy's pitchwoman Danica Patrick is back in their 2013 Super Bowl Commercial. But it's supermodel Bar Refaeli who does the heavy lifting in the spot that is sure to garner its share of attention.
Budweiser’s 2013 Super Bowl Commercial Tugs at the Heartstrings With Baby Clydesdale
Like they typically do, Budweiser will be featuring their famous Clydesdales in one of their 2013 Super Bowl commercials. We're still not quite sure what they signify. (Budweiser: so good even a giant horse will drink it?)
Jack In the Box’s 2013 Super Bowl Commercial Is a Hot Mess
Jack in the Box thinks the best way to get people to buy their sandwich is to call it a "Hot Mess." Is this the most questionable marketing decision of the 2013 Super Bowl?
Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd Compete In Samsung’s 2013 Super Bowl Commercial
Funnymen Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd will be promoting Samsung in the electronic giant's 2013 Super Bowl commercial.
Beck’s 2013 Super Bowl Commercial Features a Singing Fish
Beck's is introducing their new beer Sapphire with a commercial during the 2013 Super Bowl.
Hyundai’s Super Bowl 2013 Commercial Features an Epic Playdate with The Flaming Lips
Hyundai's Super Bowl ad features a family on a fun-filled excursion made even funner by owning a Hyundai and having The Flaming Lips accompany them with a theme song.
Real Estate Agent Saves Wedding in Century 21’s 2013 Super Bowl Commercial
Century 21's 2013 Super Bowl commercial has some fun with the old "monster-in-law" stereotype.
Kate Upton and The Devil Star in Mercedes’ 2013 Super Bowl Commercial
Mercedes is pulling out all the stops in their 2013 Super Bowl commercial. Not only does the spot feature celebrities like Willem Dafoe, Usher and Kate Upton, it also features the classic Rolling Stones song 'Sympathy for the Devil.'
‘Mayhem’ Changes History in Allstate’s Super Bowl 2013 Commercial
The Allstate insurance company's Super Bowl offering for 2013 is yet another example of their philosophy of terrifying customers into buying insurance. Dean Winters returns as the embodiment of "Mayhem," which, we are told, is everywhere.
Hyundai Genesis Too Exciting for Narrator in 2013 Super Bowl Commercial
In the 2013 Super Bowl commercial for the Hyundai Genesis, a professional driver is taking the car on a spin around a closed course, but we soon learn this isn't a typical car driving a closed course commercial. How could it be -- it cost $4 million just to air it?
Watch the Taco Bell Ad That Was Banned for Upsetting Vegans
Taco Bell was forced to retract its anti-vegetable commercial for promoting its 12-pack of tacos. The ad opens with the narrator deriding vegetables, saying "Veggies on game day is like punting on fourth and one — it's a cop out."
Gildan’s Super Bowl 2013 Commercial Shows How Far a Guy Will Go For a Shirt
New to the Super Bowl commercial game for 2013 is Gildan. You know, the company that makes t-shirts that other people print stuff on. Apparently our estimation of them is a little low, because this guy is willing to do a lot for his favorite shirt, which is obviously a Gildan.
Hyundai Sonata Spares Motorists Unpleasantries in 2013 Super Bowl Commerical
As the 2013 Super Bowl commercial for the Hyundai Sonata Turbo opens, we see the backside of a portly motorcyclist. It's not the world's most pleasant visual, but, luckily for the Hyundai-driving couple behind the bike, the Sonata's turbo feature allows them to quickly pass the offend…
Kaley Cuoco Grants Wishes in Toyota’s Super Bowl 2013 Commercial
This Toyota commercial has got all the necessary ingredients for a big hit at the Super Bowl. There's Kaley Cuoco from 'The Big Bang Theory,' music by Skee-Lo and a guy in a rabbit suit. We're betting there's no shortage of men who don't mind imagining Cuoco as a wish-granting genie. You know, becau…
Kia Introduces Space Babies and ‘Babylandia’ in Their Super Bowl 2013 Commercial
We wish our parents had been as imaginative as this guy when we were growing up. When we asked where babies come from, we were usually answered with a suspicious look, or, if we were really lucky, an admonishment to eat all of our dinner.