i agree with you, they lacked the creativity that you expect from superbowl commericals. the doritos and budlight were stupid and not funny.
the best one's were the coca-cola bug's life and the bridgestone mr. potatoe head. the one in 3-D for SOBA was weird.
Super Bowl, two words.
The game started to take off with Super Bowl III, when the AFL beat the NFL for the first time. After the leagues merged in 1970, the game became huge, and it's been getting bigger ever since.
Did anyone else find that Kardashian Superbowl ad too steamy?
I was watching the game with a bunch of guys and they were like, "Why can't the skanky commercials at least have hot girls." And then went on to mention all the girls they thought put Kim to shame and guys that think she's hot have low standards. lol but yes, the commercial did ruin the mood of what this years were trying to go for. That mood being a less sexed up version of the superbowl
Both teams have strong defenses and both have had lapses during the season. Both teams have excellent QBs. The Steelers have a better running game. The Steelers have offensive line problems. The Packers have enough defense to pressure Roethlisberger, but he's experienced that for the past few years and been successful. I'd I'd like to see the Packers win, but think the Steelers are more likely. This is likely to be another low scoring game. It wouldn't be a huge surprise either way it turns out - the only thing that would surprise me is if it turns out to be a blow out. Since the Redskins aren't in the game I really don't have a strong preference; I'm leaning toward the Packers because it's been longer since they've won one, but I really like it to be a good game which ever way it turns out.
How much money does Budweiser/ budlight spend on advertising every year?
considering that Anheser-Busch owns Budweiser and Budlight and their annual ad spending is $800,000,000, I would assume most is allocated towards those two brands since bud is the KING of beer. I would guess somewhere around half a billion dollars, true story believe it or not!
What classical music is in the background of coca cola's superbowl commercial?
This is the third movement, ''Sarabande'', from Handel's Harpsichord Suite No. 4 in D Minor, HWV 437.
Here's a link to the original work for harpsichord:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NdYW0oenh… (Sarabande at 4:24)
Will 3D glasses from My Bloody Valentine work with the 3D superbowl commercial?
No. They are based on fundamentally different methods of producing 3D.
"My Bloody Valentine 3D" uses Real-D technology, which is based on polarization.
The Superbowl and Chuck glasses use Intel's Intru 3D technology which is based on color filters.
BOOMERS: What was your favorite Superbowl commercial and why?
The car commercial that showcased Detroit. Americans need something to beat them over the head a thousand times to get into their thick skulls that buying foreign made goods means that you lose American jobs.....and ad was a pretty good way to show how all the car jobs in Detroit ...and all the jobs connected to the cars....and the rest of the jobs that had no customers when all their customers' car jobs disappeared....wrecked a city, wrecked a state.
Even though Toyota and some of the other manufacturers have plants here....a portion of the money spent on one of those automobiles goes overseas. Americans need all the jobs we can bring back home...and keeping ALL our money here is the only way to get them here.
what was the name of the song during the Superbowl commercial?
The song from the Chevy Sonic stunt commercial is "We are Young" by Fun.
You can get the song and watch the commercial here:
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