Bud Light (“Marketing Meeting”) – A guy is tossed from a window for suggesting the company get rid of Bud Light.
Nothing like a little office place violence for a good laugh. At least he got up and walked away.
Universal Studios (“Angels & Demons”) – Trailer for Da Vinci Code sequel.
I’d probably be more excited if I read the books. And even then, I’d only be marginally excited.
Audi (“Car Chase”) – Jason Statham races from decade to decade before finding the new Audi A6.
Nice chase scene. The vintage Mercedes was pretty sweet (sorry Audi).
Pepsi (“Forever Young”) – Bob Dylan and will.i.am sing an ode to youthfulness.
Nice spot, well done, but very forgetable in this line-up.
Doritos (“Crystal Ball”) – A crystal ball brings free Doritos but no promotion.
The first of two user-generated spots and a damn good one at that.
Bud Light (“Conan in Sweden”) – Conan films a Swedish Bud Light commercial.
Gotta love Conan, especially when he gets mad.
Columbia (“Year One”) – Trailer for prehistoric Jack Black comedy, Year One.
Jack Black as a caveman? That’s a stretch.
Toyota (“Venza”) – The style of the Venza is revealed in architecture and art.
Bridgestone (“Mr. Potatohead”) – Mrs. Potatohead complains about Mr. Potatohead’s driving.
A classic toy with edge. She brought extra eyes, why didn’t she bring an extra mouth?
Universal (“Fast & Furious”) – Trailer for Fast & Furious sequel.
Nice. But it would have been better without Vin Diesel.
Castol (“Chimps”) – A man hires chimps to work on his car.
Really? Kissing a chimp? Horrible.
Universal (“Land of the Lost”) – Trailer for Will Ferrell prehistoric comedy, Land of the Lost.
Nice. Can’t wait to see the sleestaks.
Doritos (“Magic Crunch”) – Crunching Doritos makes good things happen for man.
Another user-generated spot. It’s no “Crystal Ball,” but it’s a decent effort.
Go Daddy (“Shower”) – Danica showers while men watch on their computer.
The “We’re naughty” angle is starting to wear thin for Go Daddy.
Pepsi Max (“I’m Good”) – Pepsi unveils the diet cola for men.
Lotta violence in this year’s spots, isn’t there? It’s still funny though.
Pedigree (“Pet Adoption”) – Odd pets show what the world would be like without dogs.
Keep the labrador retriver, I totally want an ostrich as a pet.
Anheuser-Busch (“Fetch”) – A clydesdale one-ups a dalmatian in a game of fetch.
Could this spot be more predictable? It would have been better if the horse brought back Conan O’Brien.
Budweiser (“Horse Love”) – A clydesdale falls in love with a circus horse.
Awwwwwww…(I actually missed this spot, but it sounds cute.)
Paramount (“Star Trek”) – Trailer for the Star Trek prequel.
I wouldn’t think there’d be a lot of crossover between the “football crowd” and the “Star Trek crowd” but whatever.
Gatorade (“Mission G”) – Atheletes talk about Mission G.
Not bad. Nice to see so many familiar faces in there.
Cars.com (“David Abernathy”) – A successful man uses Cars.com when buying a car.
Hyundai (“Genesis”) – Hyundai competitors aren’t pleased about the award-winning Hyundai.
Angry foreign guys are funny. Isn’t Hyundai a foreign company?
E*Trade (“Baby”) – The E*Trade baby and his singing friend return to the big game.
The baby is back, a year older, and funnier than ever.
Disney Pixar (“Up”) - Trailer for the animated feature, Up.
I don’t watch a lot of animiated movies, but this one, I might watch. Okay, I probably won’t.
Bud Light (“Skiing”) – A man draws skiing obstacles to prove Bud’s drinkability.
We’ve seen the drawing guy in other Bud Light ads. This isn’t even his best work.
H&R Block (“Death”) – The grim reaper complains about his tax return.
H&R Block was hyping this as Abe Vigoda’s big cameo, but he only supplied the voice. Booooo!
Teleflora (“Mean Flowers”) – A box of flowers insult a woman.
Great, edgy twist on an ad for flowers. I’ll have to pick some up at my local florist this Valentines Day.
Cheetos (“Bird Attack”) – A rude cell phone talker is attacked by hungry birds.
There’s something about the new Chester the Cheetah that’s both creepy and cool. He’s like a junk food pimp.
Dreamworks (“Monsters vs. Aliens”) – 3D trailer for movie, Monsters vs. Aliens.
This pretty much sucked. It was actually better without the glasses.
Sobe (“Lizard Lake”) – Lizards and NFL stars dance in 3D.
Kinda weird all around. The 3D was slightly better than Monster vs. Aliens, but still disappoining.