Super Bowl 2014: Best and Worst Commercials

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Chrysler: “Things Have Changed,” indeed, if Bob Dylan is SELLING something!

Axe: This global, sweeping, solve-the-world’s-problems-with-hearts saga seemed almost romantic until you realize it’s a commercial for Axe Body Spray. Or as EW’s Darren Franich put it, “That Axe ad was one horrific Tom Hanks accent away from just literally being Cloud Atlas.”

Chevy: Here’s a rancher taking his bull to get laid, basically.

Maserati: Beasts of the Southern Wild fans may have gotten really psyched for an apparent sequel to the film before realizing they’d just watched a 90-second ad for a luxury auto (starring the ever-fierce Oscar nominee Quvenzhane Wallis).

Subway: No one believes all these athletes eat the Frito Chicken Enchilada Melt, dude! Well, except maybe one of them, but he’s like a merman; he can eat anything. Every year the commercials seem specifically designed to make the Worst lists. Hey, any press is good press.

Which ads spoke to you (or hammered you over the head) tonight? Discuss!

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