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Here Are 12 of the Best Super Bowl Ads That Are Already Online!!


Even if the Super Bowl game is boring, the commercials will give us something to talk about. Which one's controversial? Which one's going viral? Which one's hilarious? Here are 12 of our favorites that have people taking so far.

Audi - "Commander"

Audi hits all the right notes in this heart-tugging, beautifully lit spot about a retired astronaut and his son soundtracked by the recently departed David Bowie's "Starman"

Kia - "Walken Closet"

Christopher Walken can make socks seem weird and threatening, especially when he materializes in your closet and talks in his signature punctuation-removing cadence. He says the Kia Optima is "like the world's most exciting pair of socks" in sedan form.

Heinz - "Wiener Stampede"

A stampede of wiener dogs dressed as hot dogs soundtracked by Harry Nilsson's version of "Without You," one of the saddest songs of all time.

Pokemon - "Pokemon 20"

In honor of its 20th anniversary, Pokemon made a Nike commercial.

Budweiser - "#GiveADamn"

Helen Mirren calls drunk drivers a "short-sighted, utterly useless, oxygen-wasting, human form of pollution" in this Budweiser spot that's funny, but not really a joke.

Shock Top - "Unfiltered Talk"

Silicon Valley's T.J. Miller and the Shock Top logo roast each other like they're in a Judd Apatow movie. It's the purest example of this year's trend in Super Bowl commercials toward random zaniness.

Skittles - "The Portrait"

Skittles has been in the random zaniness game since before Shock Top was just a gleam in the Anheuser-Busch Corporation's eye.

LG - "Man From the Future"

LG hired Ridley Scott, the director behind Apple's "1984" commercial, widely considered the greatest commercial of all time, to try to re-create that magic for its OLED TV, this time with help from Liam Neeson.

TurboTax - "Someone Else"

If former pimp James Lipton isn't going to be in the TurboTax commercial, who will?

Squarespace - "Real Talk With Key & Peele"

Website building platform Squarespace has emerged as a major Super Bowl commercial player to watch since 2014, and this year they've enlisted Key & Peele for their spot. The comedy duo will also be giving live commentary during the game.

NFL - "Super Bowl Babies"

The NFL celebrates babies born nine months after their hometown team won the Super Bowl by forming a choir to sing Seal's "Kiss From a Rose"

T-Mobile - "Restricted Bling"

In which Drake's "Hotline Bling" gets synergized into a TV commercial that makes fun of synergizing Drake's "Hotline Bling" into a TV commercial.

Which one is your favorite?

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