Doritos' Great Dane Takes The Top!
We've had a day to reflect on the 2012 commercials from Super Bowl XLVI. Sure, many of them fell flat, but a few managed to keep us laughing even after our football food coma passed.
Super Bowl XLVI commercials cost a pretty penny -- up to $3.5 million per 30-second spot, according to AdWeek. Was it worth it? For some, no. For these? Oh yes!
The best commercial of the night came from Doritos' commercial contest. This winner borrowed his neighbor's Great Dane to make this funny spot — and we think this giant pooch has a future as an actor!
Who doesn't want to see Matthew Broderick reprise his role as Ferris Bueller. Sure, he's a little older now — but his mischievous side is still intact.
"We cast Matthew Broderick as himself, skipping out on a day of acting work and living it up in his all-new CR-V. Relive movie history with Honda's fresh twist and wonderful homage to this '80s classic," the company said. Sounds like they're please with the choice, too.
You can't go wrong with M&M's and LMFAO. One M&M is sadly mistaken when he rips off his chocolate shell in the club. We're surprised the FCC didn't get upset about the gratuitous nudity! (We kid…)
There are two things guys want most in life: Sexy ladies and sexy cars. This commercial has both — complete with sexy accents! The ad worked: Edmunds.com reported a 138 percent increase in traffic for the Fiat after the commercial aired on Sunday.
This poor, overweight dog is going through what many of us are dealing with in the new year. In the spot, Fido takes on a rigorous diet and exercise routine to fit through the doggie door. Why? He wants to chase the new Volkswagen! Can't say we blame him.
Image courtesy WENN
What was your favorite Super Bowl commercial in 2012?