Every Super Bowl, the biggest companies and advertisers typically release the best commercials they can produce. Sometimes these commercials are of varying quality, but there’s usually a handful that impresses or engenders a few laughs. With 100+ million viewers tuning-in, there were several advertisements that caught the attention of many people this year.
JURASSIC WORLD TEASER TRAILER
New footage, new dialogue and new scary looking dinosaurs make the most recent teaser trailer for Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World one of the most anticipated movies of 2015. Pterodactyls are eating people!
SNICKERS: “THE BRADY BUNCH”
Snickers has produced a number of funny commercials over the years. Using everyone from Betty White to Godzilla, the company’s ads have always been quite effective at selling their candy while being legitimately humorous at the same time. Their recent commercial, which features Danny Trejo as a very hungry Marcia Brady in an episode of The Brady Brunch, is yet another winner. Trejo is probably best known for his work with Robert Rodriguez and his guest star appearances in shows like Breaking Bad and Sons of Anarchy.
FRISKIES: 2015: “DEAR KITTEN”
This one is for Chris Cox. Friskies kitten ads have always been incredibly popular, but their best yet features their signature cat teaching a kitten how stupid humans get when watching the Super Bowl. “Kitten, today is about to get weird.”
ESURANCE: “SAY MY NAME”
Bryan Cranston reprises his role as Walter White, but instead of selling meth, the former chemistry teacher works as an eccentric pharmacist. He’s “replaced” Greg and would prefer it if you just refer to him as “sort-of-Greg.”
With a big budget and an apocalyptic setting, Mophie’s commercial delivers some cool visuals and a clever ending. The idea of God forgetting to charge his smartphone is pretty funny, especially when all of creation begins to fall apart as a result of it.
CLASH OF CLANS: “REVENGE”
Clash of Clans is a popular online mobile game that tasks players with destroying an opposing player’s fortifications and buildings. Using everything from giants to goblins, the medieval strategy game is actually a ton of fun. However, as their Super Bowl ad points out, you don’t want to cross AngryNesson52.
What about you reader? What were some of your favorite commercials? Let us know in the comments below!