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Gocompare.com "Cello" (2016) :30 (UK)

Gocompare.com "Cello" (2016) :30 (UK)

I'm not sure why two cellists are talking about Gocompare.com, but this ad reminds me of the pre dot-com bubble burst hey day.

 

Linkedin - You're Closer than you think - (2016) :30 (USA)

Linkedin - You're Closer than you think - (2016) :30 (USA)

Linedin will debut their first tv-commercial campaign during the Oscars this Sunday. The ad, which is voiced by Linkedin's CEO Jeff Weiner is inspired by NASA's hunt for a new astronaut and some aspirational advice Jeff's father gave him.

 

T-Mobile - Restricted Bling Network / Drake (2016) .60 (USA)

T-Mobile - Restricted Bling Network / Drake (2016) .60 (USA)

A few other edits of this ad were released ahead of the game the 30 second edit here for example, but here's the one that ran in the Super Bowl.

 

Turbotax - 'Never a Sellout' Feat. Anthony Hopkins - (2016) :60 (USA)

Turbotax - 'Never a Sellout' Feat. Anthony Hopkins - (2016) :60 (USA)

Sir Anthony Hopkins can do things with intensified irony levels, which is really what makes this idea.

 

T-Mobile - Drop the balls / Steve Harvey / #BALLOGIZE (2016) :30 (USA)

T-Mobile - Drop the balls / Steve Harvey / #BALLOGIZE (2016) :30 (USA)

"Hey Verizon! You’re WRONG! Again. So we called in Steve Harvey to school you.

 

Squarespace - Key & Peele / Real Talk (2016) :30 (USA)

Squarespace - Key & Peele / Real Talk (2016) :30 (USA)

I laugh at pretty much everything Key & Peele do. Except this once. But that's because they need a little more time, which they will have at https://realtalk.squarespace.com/ on super bowl Sunday.

 

Wix.com - Kung Fu Panda #StartStunning (2016) :30 (USA)

Wix.com - Kung Fu Panda #StartStunning (2016) :30 (USA)

Anyone else disappointed that only two of three ads Kung Fu Panda parodies are actual super bowl ads?

 

Apartments.com - #MovinOnUp (2016) :60 (USA)

Apartments.com - #MovinOnUp (2016) :60 (USA)

"If you change your apartment you can change the world" says the billionaire Brad Bellflower as played by Jeff Goldblum. Jeff plays the theme song on a grand piano being lifted up the side of a de-luxe apartment building, as a church choir help people move in.

 

T-Mobile - Hotline Bling / Changes (2016) :30 (USA)

T-Mobile - Hotline Bling / Changes (2016) :30 (USA)

Why it's as if a creative team managed to mock some clients and the legal department in 30 seconds, and do it during the Super Bowl, while throwing a knowing wink at the consumer.

 

Adobe - The Gambler / Super bowl gambling (2016) :30 (USA)

Adobe - The Gambler / Super bowl gambling (2016) :30 (USA)

You know all those advertising types who left the ungrateful trenches of advertising agencies and dashed off to work in tech instead? I suspect they're all at Adobe now, because this one rings so true it actually hurts.

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