ITM is bringing you the commercial recap of Super Bowl XLVIII.
This year’s hodgepodge of Super Bowl commercials feature everything from movie trailers, a Seinfeld reunion, 80’s pop culture, American Hero Lt. Chuck Nadd, and an adorable furry friendship.
Here is ITM’s Super Bowl 2014 Laundry List!
Winner: Jerry Seinfeld’s hilarious ad for his web series, “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.”
Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza, actor Jason Alexander, bring us back to Tom’s Restaurant for a little peak into what Jerry and George are up to in 2014. Watch the full episode teased in the ad.
Most Epic Movie Trailer!
Winner: “Transformers: Age of Extinction”
When the Transformers movie trailer exploded on screen, it not only surprised fans but completely surpassed their hopes and dreams for the fourth installment of the Transformers film franchise. The film stars Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, and Nicola Peltz and is set to release on June 27 2014.
RadioShack is “taken back” to by the 80’s in this self-deprecating Super Bowl commercial featuring 80’s icons- Olympic champion Mary Lou Retton, John Ratzenberger as “Cliff Clavin” from “Cheers,” Dee Snider from “Twisted Sister,” Hulk Hogan, Alf, and Erik Estrada as “Frank Poncherello” from “CHIPs.” RadioShack stores are ditching the 80’s styled tech store theme for a more modern look.
Most Likely to Still Live At Home in 20 Years!
Winner: Dannon Oikos
John Stamos gives not only a yummy little tease to the reported 100 million Super Bowl viewers but, also brings them back to the 90’s with a “Full House” reunion with Dave Coulier and Bob Saget in this commercial.
Most Heart Warming!
In this furry little bromance, a puppy and a horse conquer the world, and ITM’s heart, with their friendship!
Winner: Budweiser Again!
Budweiser gives Lt. Chuck Nadd a home warming he will never forget.
To top it off, Lt. Chuck Nadd and his wife were spotted at the game last night after the commercial aired.
Mind Blowing Half-Time Show!
Winner: Bruno Mars
A decade after the Janet Jackson Justin Timberlake Super Bowl fiasco, Bruno Mars finally set the bar for Super Bowl Half-Time Shows to come. From opening the half-time show with an adorable children’s choir singing “Billionaire”, to mixing it up with the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mars brought a stellar show.