If you’re looking for a play-by-play analysis of the winning touchdowns…you’re not going to get any of that here. But if you’re here for the objectively more entertaining part of this year’s big game — the commercials — then you’ve come to the right place.
Here are my pics of the best commercials from Super Bowl 53:
Pepsi may sponsor the Super Bowl, but Coca-Cola runs Atlanta. So, in enemy territory, Pepsi brought out the big guns: Steve Carell, Lil Jon and Cardi B. The commercial begins with a diner waiter asking a patron if “Pepsi is okay,” referring to the widely held opinion that Coke is, well, much better.
A tranquil field of wheat. A farmhouse straight from a Grant Wood painting. Some soft music, some beatific lighting, and a man walking through it all, embracing his grandfather, who presents him with a brand new Audi. It seems pretty schmaltzy at first glance, but Audi commercials often have a twist…
This has no right to be as funny as it was, because at its core, this commercial is just a cheap joke at Michael Bublé and the word Bubly.
With this commercial, Google highlights the remarkably heartwarming way in which its Translate feature unites people of different cultures. .
Just when we thought we’d seen enough of the beer company’s “Dilly Dilly” commercials, which are set among knights in medieval Europe, we hear familiar and dramatic violins approach. Wait … is that the “Game of Thrones” theme? A swift dragon appearance would suggest so…