Best Of 2014 Super Bowl Commercials

February 3, 2014 9:00 AM

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Radio Shack: “The Phone Call” (credit: Radio Shack/RadioAlice.com)

Radio Shack: “The Phone Call” (credit: Radio Shack/RadioAlice.com)

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The game is in the books with Seattle thoroughly trouncing Denver in one of the most lopsided Super Bowls in recent memory. Now we are on to the traditional post game Monday morning ritual, evaluating the commercials.

As with past years, this year’s batch including everything from new movie trailers (mark earl burg in the new Transformers!) to the confusing (why is James Franco trying to sell me a car?) and the uber cute (puppy and Clydesdale from Bud).

Here’s a sampling of the best of the best from 2014.

GoDaddy: “Bodybuilder”

When Selena wanted to pump up her tanning business, she turned to GoDaddy Get Found. Now, new customers can find her business online and Selena’s store is golden.
 

Paramount: “Transformers: Age of Extinction”
The official first look at Transformers: Age of Extinction, the latest in the blockbuster franchise from Michael Bay. In cinemas July 10
 

T Mobile: “No Contract”
You can do a lot without a contract, just ask Tim Tebow! T-Mobile wants you to be free from contracts, too. That’s why we’re paying for you to switch to T-Mobile from those other guys!
 

K900 Luxury Sedan: “The Truth”
An unsuspecting couple meets Morpheus at a valet stand. He presents them with two choices: a red key or a blue key. Should they choose wisely, they’ll never look at luxury—or Kia—the same again.
 

Toyota Highlander: “Joyride”
Room for a whole flock of chickens, Terry Crews, a grand piano and the Muppets, but no room for boring. Sing along and see the all-new Toyota Highlander in the roomiest Big Game Ad of all time!
 

Jaguar: “Rendezvous”
Have you ever wondered why in Hollywood movies, all the villains are played by Brits? Visit http://www.britishvillains.com and let us introduce you to the newest British Villain. #GoodToBeBad
 

Chrysler: “America’s Pride”
When it’s made here, it’s made with the one thing you can’t import from anywhere else, American pride. The all-new 2015 Chrysler 200. America’s Import.
 

Audi: “Doberhuahua”
For this year’s Big Game, Audi has conceived a never-before-seen creature to show the frightening consequences of bringing compromise into the world. The commercial highlights the all-new Audi A3 and celebrates the uncompromised spirit that led to the A3’s unrivaled technology and performance. Watch the spot to see why the most exceptionally-engineered vehicles never come from compromise.
 

SquareSpace: “A Better Web Awaits”
A better web starts with your website. Follow @squarespace on Twitter (#abetterweb) for the latest on our Super Bowl campaign.
 

Bud Light: “Up For Whatever”
Check out Bud Light’s Super Bowl 2014 commercial following one guy who was truly #UpForWhatever.
 

Budweiser: “Puppy Love”
Watch Budweiser’s Super Bowl XLVIII commercial following the special friendship between the Clydesdales and a puppy. #BestBuds
 

Hyundai Elantra: “Nice”
When Johnny Galecki happens upon an attractive young woman driving the same “Nice” Hyundai Elantra as him, sparks, pavement, cars and even Richard Lewis fly
 

Budweiser: “A Hero’s Welcome”
Watch the Budweiser Super Bowl XLVIII commercial “A Hero’s Welcome” where we helped make one soldier’s homecoming unforgettable. #Salute a Hero at Budweiser.com/Salute
 

Doritos: “Cowboy Kid”
Amber Gill, a voice coach in Ladera Ranch, produced the 30-second commercial “Cowboy Kid” with her husband, David, and thirty of their friends on a $5,000 budget.
 

Doritos: “Time Machine”
Mr. Smith is in for a surprise when Jimmy invites him into the time machine. Version 2.
 

SodaStream: “Sorry, Coke and Pepsi” (Uncensored)
Sorry, Coke & Pepsi’ is the uncensored version of SodaStream’s commercial for the Big Game 2014. Watch as Scarlett Johansson shows us how to save the world with a soda that’s better-for-you and all of us. Less sugar, less bottles. http://www.sodastream.com
 

M&Ms: “Delivery”
People will go to great lengths to get their M&M’S®.
 

Wonderful Pistachios: Stephen Colbert
Stephen Colbert’s Super Bowl ad for Wonderful Pistachios.
 

Beats Music: “The Right Music”
Music that’s always right for you, like magic.
 

TurboTax: “Love Hurts”
It’s not easy watching a team that’s not your team play in the biggest game of the year. It’s like going to prom and watching that girl you love dance with some guy who’s not you. Some guy name Sean.
 

Chevy Silverado: “Romance”
This 2014 Chevy Super Bowl commercial is the story about the new bachelor in town. Introducing the new 2015 Silverado HD, featuring the available Duramax diesel engine and the legendary Allison® transmission. Strong just got stronger. For all the roads ahead.
 

H&M: David Beckham
Choose the David Beckham for H&M campaign film for Super Bowl February 2nd.
 

Radio Shack: “The Phone Call”
The 80s called … they want their store back. 80s celebrities invade a RadioShack to take back their old stuff and make room for the RadioShack of the future.
 

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