10 Best Super Bowl Commercials

    1. Carnival, “Come Back to Sea”

      Carnival began the night with a well-crafted, nautical version of 2014’s “Farmer” ad for Ram trucks. The voice over is John F. Kennedy in 1962.

  1. Snickers, “The Brady Bunch”

    Snickers’  spoof of The Brady Bunch features the best take of the “You’re not you when you’re hungry” formula we have ever seen. It has the perfect ending, too, with Dave Buscemi acting as Jan.

  2. NFL, “No More”

    After all the scandal the NFL has been through with domestic violence, this year, the league is working to resurrect its image. This ad is subtle, chilling, and based on an actual 911 call.

  3. Weight Watchers, “All You Can Eat”

    Weight Watchers created an attention-grabbing ad with all of America’s favorite junk food. Pointing out America’s over-consumption on a day known for greasy fried foods seems unfair, until you realize you’ve eaten an entire bowl of cheese dip.

  4. Avocados from Mexico, “#FirstDraftEver”

    Niche food ads aren’t known for being this funny, but Avocados from Mexico nailed it in this spot recreating the very first draft.

  5. Nationwide, “Invisible Mindy Kaling”

    Mindy is charmingly goofy in a world where she believes she is invisible (spoiler alert: she’s wrong), with a surprise cameo by Matt Damon.

  6. Budweiser, “Lost Dog”

    Not nearly as good as “Puppy Love,” but everyone loves it anyway. Who can resist adorable puppies?

  7. Bud Light, “Real Life PacMan”

    Whether this was staged or not, a real life PacMan game sounds just as entertaining as it is to watch in this Bud Light spot.

  8. Kia, “The Perfect Getaway”

    Pierce Brosnan still has it! Kia created a getaway so unexpected that even the star himself didn’t see it coming. Here, Brosnan’s agent attempts to persuade the former 007 to star in a romance movie.

  9. Clash of Clans, “Revenge”

    Take note, World of Warcraft — this is how you do a proper gaming ad! Liam Neeson makes an appearance as one angry opponent you definitely don’t want to overestimate.