05:17 PM EDT 02/24/2015
Originally posted 02/23/2015 06:50AM
Rarely does a television commercial elicit the emotional impact of an Oscar-nominated drama.
Originally posted 02/23/2015 12:30AM
The Oscars can be Hollywood's own Super Bowl, presenting some of the year's most exciting advertisements.
Originally posted 02/08/2015 01:00PM
Mixing sex and comedy can sometimes be painful to watch, but Vanessa Bayer is pleasurably cringe-worthy in a new ad parodying Fifty Shades of Grey.
Originally posted 02/02/2015 02:00PM
"Preventable injuries around the home are the leading cause of childhood deaths in America. Most people don’t know that. Nationwide ran an ad during the Super Bowl that started a fierce conversation," read a press release on the company's website. "The sole purpose of this message was to start a conversation, not sell insurance."
Originally posted 02/01/2015 10:35PM
Sure, the Super Bowl may primarily be about sports and stuff, but isn't it really about the commercials?
From Kim Kardashian making fun of her love of selfies to puppies everywhere – seriously, everywhere – the Super Bowl makes advertising fun!
(And, well, a little dark. Super Bowl XLIX featured some of the saddest commercials in recent memory. But we'll get to those.)
Originally posted 02/01/2015 08:20PM
Fiat advertised one of their upcoming 2016 vehicles during the Super Bowl in a commercial that is only just barely safe for work.
Originally posted 02/01/2015 07:25PM
Just as the Super Bowl started, it seemed as if the worst (or, for some, the best) had happened: The TV went out in a burst of static.
As nacho-laden coffee tables around the nation were nearly flipped in extreme panic and anxiety, Chevy asked: "What would you do if your TV went out?"
Originally posted 01/31/2015 06:45PM
You'd be hard-pressed to find something cuter.
Originally posted 01/29/2015 06:05PM
Snickers' 2015 Super Bowl has gone back to the '70s with a character-actor twist on The Brady Bunch.
The latest riff on the candy bar's ongoing "You're Not You When You're Hungry" campaign enlists tough guy Danny Trejo in the role of Maureen McCormick's Marcia, whose face was famously pummeled by a football in a 1973 episode.
Trejo stars in the clip, showing off his trademark tattoos while he throws an ax-wielding tantrum while pretending to be the famous small-screen daughter.
Once Florence Henderson's mom Carol hands "Marcia" a Snickers and gets her oldest daughter back to her smiling self, Steve Buscemi shows up as Jan (originally played by Eve Plumb).
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