Which Ad Do You Like the Best?

NBC reports that for three years in a row, the Super Bowl set another record for the most-watched television show in the U.S. ever. Whether you watched the Super Bowl because you are a Giants fan or Patriots fan, the commercials play a key role in drawing viewers. Don't you think?

With that said, let's take a look at Hollywood movie Bowl ads and comment on which one you liked the best. Don't worry if you were in the bathroom when one of these were airring because you can see them now in their entirety.

2016 Top 10


Peter Berg directs Battleship which was influenced by Hasbro's classic naval combat game, The movie stars a whole slew of well-known and good-looking actors. Don't hope that the story holds true to the board game. Admiral Shane.


Transformers: The Ride-3D!

It looks like Universal will have a Transformers ride in 3D. But, the commercial make you want jump on the new amusement park ride?

Transformers: The Ride-3D!

Marvel's Avengers

"I still believe in heroes" is the best way to put it when I see this commercial. The movie looks good.


Marvel's The Avengers

Disney's John Carter

I applaud Disney for broadcasting a :60 second commerical for John Carter. The classic story is visually entertaining.

John Carter

Star Wars and Volkswagon

Daddy didn't get his hug. Still, one of the best ads ever.

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