What Were the Best Commercials of Super Bowl LI

Besides the upcoming movie trailers, the automobile industry came up with most of the best. Honda’s CRV’s talking yearbook and 84 Lumber’s immigration story were the most inspirational.

Kia’s ad with Melissa McCarthy scored big in USA Today’s annual meter. http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ad-meter/super-bowl/2017/02/06/melissa-mccarthy-kia-ad-captures-2017-ad-meter-title/97540302/

“If that car is a Buick, my kid is Cam Newton,” remarks a parent as his child morphs into last year’s Super Bowl quarterback.

Avacados fr0m Mexico featured a member of a Secret Society streaming their activities during a meeting on his cell phone.

Busch beer placed a man disturbing nature while opening up his hissing beer can.

It’s a 10 Hair Care had over a dozen attention-getting styles flashing during their 30 second spot.

The Fabreze commercial reminded viewers to get the air freshioners set up for the rush-to-the-bathroom halftime break.

Skittles showed a young Romeo tossing candies through a second floor window not only to his love but members of her entire family.

This year, for once in the 51 year history of the Super Bowl, the game itself was the highlight of the day! Whether you like the Patriots or not, you have to admit that their comeback was the greatest comeback of all times.

 

 

 

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Posted on February 6, 2017, in Food Glorious Food & Beverages, Humor, movies and film, Music & The Arts, Socioeconomics, Sport and Recreation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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