Monday, 3 February 2014

The Best Super Bowl Commercials 2014

Ahhh, the Super Bowl. Obviously there are plenty of us that are obsessed with the game itself, but many solely look forward to watching the halftime show (which was pretty rockin' this year with both Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers sharing the stage). Others still, like most of us at Swagger, sit down to watch the commercials. While we won't say this year's set of commercials was particularly climactic (not unlike the Super Bowl game itself), there were a few winners in our book. Below are some of our picks for the top Super Bowl Commercials of 2014!

This is a hard title to claim, but we're going with Radio Shack's 'The Phone Call'. Why? The very fact that all of our favorite characters from the 80's were brought back to life and Radio Shack clearly has enough sense of humor to make fun of its own brand a little bit is a solid A+ in our book!

Most Adorable
While we don't really get the association between a puppy and a horse's great companionship and Budweiser... who cares. It's freakin' adorbs.

Most Improved
Go Daddy typically has some of the worst commercials out there, but this year wasn't so bad... at least it didn't feature ridiculously hot models making out with computer nerds or the degradation of women. Right?!

Most Inspirational
Microsoft wins Most Inspirational, hands-down. The commercial simply titled 'Empowering' praises the wonder of technology and features former NFL player and ALS fighter Steve Gleason typing with his eyes to his son, a viral video of a deaf woman receiving hearing implants and hearing her voice for the first time, a blind artist, and a little boy able to accomplish amazing things thanks to his prosthetic legs. Yeah, this one's got it all and it's a serious tearjerker, so keep a tissue nearby. Actually, just grab the whole tissue box to be on the safe side.

What were your favorite commercials from this year's Super Bowl? Give us a shout in the comments or tweet to us at @Swagger_Media!

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