The Best And Worst Commercials Of Superbowl LV


The Super Bowl might focus on football, but if you’re not a fan of sports, then you can enjoy the best commercials of the year. Here are some of the best and worst Super Bowl commercials you might have missed.

Edgar Scissor Hands GM

Timothée Chalamet plays Edgar Scissorhands as the son of the Tim Burton “Edward Scissorhands” character alongside original movie co-star Wynona Ryder as Edgar’s mom. Much like his father, Edgar has a problem fitting in with his unique hands until he gets a gift from his mom the new autonomous EV Cadillac Lyriq that was featured throughout the Super Bowl.

Oatly’s CEO Performs Simple Jingle

A majority of Super Bowl ads have a high-price production value for 30 seconds worth of advertisements but Oatly had another concept in mind. The Oatly oat milk company featuring the company’s CEO Toni Petersson singing in an oat field with a simple jingle saying, “it’s like milk but made for humans.” Despite the low production value, Oatly is getting a lot of attention now.

Wayne’s World Cardi B Crossover Uber Eats

The popular SNL duo from Wayne’s World, Mike Meyers and Dana Carvey, made a comeback for a Super Bowl commercial with UberEats. Wayne and Garth pay tribute to some jokes from the movies including “not selling out” while being walking PR and “wouldn’t stoop to using a celebrity cameo” with an appearance by rapper Cardi B.

Pringles Stranded Space Explorers

Some stranded space explorers float in the ocean wondering where the rescue crew is but back at headquarters they’re busy developing new flavors by stacking Pringles. Despite headquarters being busy, the explorers see a boat thinking they’re saved but the crew is too busy creating new stacking Pringles flavors.

Will Farrell’s EV Mission

Comedian Will Farrell teamed up with GM for a hilarious Super Bowl commercial featuring the newly debuted autonomous EV, the Cadillac Lyriq. GM revealed its most anticipated autonomous EV development at CES 2021 with the Ultium Battery and is being promoted through GM’s sponsorship of the Super Bowl with the help of Will Farrell and some friends.

Farrell points out the fact that Norway has more electric cars per capita than the US and he sets out on a mission to promote EVs in the US. Farrell meets up with a couple of friends including Kenan Thompson and Aquafina encouraging them to meet him in Norway as he rides in a less than a comfortable shipping container.

GM is making a commitment to incorporate the new Ultium Battery for all types of vehicles and is currently available in the new Cadillac Lyriq. After his long journey, Farrell thinks he’s in Norway with Kenan and Aquafina in the middle of Finland but a local notifies Farrell he’s actually in Sweden.

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