All in all, I'm really underwhelemed. There's been much better ads in the past. My vote for best commercial goes to CarMax's "Kid In A Candy Store". My vote for most offensive is split between Teleflora's "Help Me Faith" and Chevy Cruze "Misunderstanding". For all the whinging and crankiness I hear from the feminist blogosphere over offensive Superbowl ads, I think that men took the biggest hit this year.
I loled at Pepsi Max's "First Date", for as offensive as it was.
I am quite partial to Coca-Cola's "Siege". Dragon win.
GoDaddy: Offensive and obnoxious. All of their commercials.
Snickers' "Logging": The best part was when Roseanne Barr got pummeled. She needs to be knocked in the head a few more times until she shuts up.
Teleflora's "Help Me Faith": HAY GUYS ALL WE THINK ABOUT IS BEWBZ
Chevy Cruze "Status": Let's promote as much unsafe driving as possible by now letting you Facebook while driving!
Chevy Volt "Discover": <3 for electric cars.
Volkswagon "The Force": Already posted, so very very much love.
Budweiser "Wild West": Heh, yeah, Elton John kicks ass.
Chevy Cruze "Misunderstanding": When all else fails, make fun of the elderly.
Chevy Silverado "Tommy": As a lover of B-movie and disaster flicks, this is awesome.
CarMax "Kid In A Candy Store": Just a plain good commercial.
Best Buy "Bieber and Ozzy": I don't known who got pwned more.
Motorolla "Empower the People": It's been done by Apple, back in 1984. But still great.
Eminem's two showings in Chrysler and Lipton Brisk further enforce how much of a tool he is.