With the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games opening on Friday, The Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion released a PSA in response to Russian government’s ban on gay propaganda. The commercial, made by Rethink Canada advertising agency, provides irrefutable proof that the Olympics have always been a little gay:
A brilliant ad for UK’s The Sunday Times takes us through six iconic scenes in one single take:
Personal injury lawyer Jamie Casino from Savannah, Georgia, ran one of most bizarre local Super bowl commercials of all time yesterday. A must see!
RadioShack takes us back to the 1980s in their Super Bowl commercial ‘The Phone Call’:
SNL presents ‘Some Dumb Little Thing from CVS’, a fake Valentine’s Day commercial about all the wonderful last-minute gifts guys can grab for their special ladies while walking through the aisles at CVS.
Bud Light released their ‘Ian Up for Whatever’ Super Bowl commercial and it’s about one guy’s wild night. We follow a dude named Ian who meets a woman named Kelly and agrees he’s up for ‘whatever happens next’ after she offers him a bottle of Bud Light beer. The star-studded ad features appearances by Reggie Watts, Minka Kelly, Don Cheadle, Arnold Schwarzenegger and OneRepublic. This short film will be edited down to 90 seconds and split it into two commercials during Sunday’s Super Bowl:
Budweiser reveals its ‘Puppy Love’ Super Bowl commercial and melts hearts everywhere with a sweet story about a puppy and Clydesdale horses. It’s a sequel to last year’s ‘Brotherhood’ ad.
Audi‘s 2014 Super Bowl commercial presents a Doberhuahua, a dog breed that is a mix between a Doberman and a Chihuahua. If that sounds odd, wait until you see what a combination of a giant Doberman’s head on a tiny Chihuahua‘s body looks like:
Kia’s 2014 Super Bowl commercial, titled ‘The Truth’, features Laurence Fishburne as Morpheus from the ‘The Matrix’ movie franchise. In order to promote Kia’s new luxury sedan, the K900, at one point Morpheus even starts singing the famous Puccini aria, ‘Nessun Dorma’, from the opera Turandot.
Volkswagen’s 2014 Super Bowl commercial shows German engineers getting their wings every time a Volkswagen car hits 100,000 miles: