Sunday, February 04, 2007

Superbowl 2007 Commercials - My Top Ten

OK, if you're like me, you probably did attend a Superbowl party ... but maybe didn't actually spend too much time watching the game. Or in our case, watching the game or the commercials. (Oops, I guess we were having too much fun chatting and chowing down!)

In any case, I wanted to see what I missed and luckily IFILM has a nice recap of all the Superbowl commercials.

Here are the ones I personally found the most noteworthy - in no particular order:

NFL: Superbowl Party
I don't know how they managed to get Martha Stewart, Janet Reno, Jimmy Fallon and David Beckham all together.

Bud Light: Rock, Paper, Scissors
Nice twist. Liked the "low five" ending as well.

Late Show with David Letterman
I love when these two get together.

Doritos: Check Out Girl
The girl cracked me up - especially at the end... "We're gonna need a clean up on register six!"

E*TRADE: One finger
Amusing throughout with a clever ending

Bud Light: Slapping
I'm a little worried about this one getting too popular - but it was one of the few that did manage to get our attention.

Nationwide: K-Fed
Had to include this one!

GM: Robot
I really felt for this little guy :)

CareerBuilder: Office Jungle had a few of these jungle-themed ads... I like this one since we can all relate to the dreaded all-day training seminars.

And finally...

NFL: Hard to Say Good-bye (how appropriate)

4 fascinating comment(s) from my friends:

Amanda said...

OH you so didn't post my favorite!! It was the Blockbuster one where the rabbit and the hamster were trying to make the real mouse click to get the movies. It was too funny. I just couldn't stop laughing. But I liked the Oprah/David one, the beer slap and the rock paper scissors one too. Thought the Jungle work ones were pretty funny too.

Amanda said...

Oh and Dan's favorite - Sprint: Connectile Dysfunction

audgepodge said...

Yep, those two were definitely some of my runner-ups!

Grace said...

How nice to have these all here since some of us were only paying attention to food, not at all to the super bowl! :) Thanks!