If you can’t buy Super Bowl tickets, then the next best thing is watching the game on the big screen from the comfort of your home.My wife and I just finished watching the Super Bowl. I didn’t have a vested interest in the outcome of the game, but I was rooting for the Cardinals – mostly because Kurt Warner is such an easy guy to root for. Regardless of whether or not your team won, you have to admit it was fun to watch – especially that fourth quarter!
Of course, the commercials are also a lot of fun to watch and my wife and I compiled our list of favorites. Without further ado, here are our favorite Super Bowl commercials from 2009.
Top 10 Super Bowl Commercials from 2009
Pepsi – Every Generation Refreshes the Young
This one was probably the favorite for my wife and I. A lot can be said with pictures and this commercial was well done!
Bud Light Drinkability – “The skiing commercial”
This commercial is classic. I imagine we’ll see a lot more of this commercial for the rest of the winter.
Doritos Crystal Ball
This was another of my wife’s favorites. Classic high school humor.
Cheetos – “the pigeon commercial”
You know you’ve wanted to do something like this before!
Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head
Mr Potato Head is one smart potato! Watch how he handles Mrs. Potato Head.
Budweiser – “Fetch”
Talk about overachieving!
Pepsi Max – “I’m Good.”
Ouch! These look painful! My wife wasn’t too keen on this one, but I thought it was worthy of a mention.
Best Movie Preview – GI Joe
GI Joe was one of my favorite toys as a kid, and this movie looks like it will be a good one.
Audi w/ Jason Statham of The Transporter fame
To be honest, I’m not too sure what this was about, but the special effects were great! This was definitely the best car chase scene of the night.
Best commercial featuring an over the hill rock band:
I admit I’m a fan of the Smashing Pumpkins. But what have they done lately? I mean, besides the car commercial?
Other notable commercials
There were a couple other notable commercials – the Conan Bud Light commercial, another Doritos commercial, the NFL Network with Darren McFadden, and the Denny’s commercial featuring a free Grand Slam breakfast.
And now a word from our sponsor:
What was your favorite Super Bowl commercial?