The best ads from Super Bowl 2018

The best ads from Super Bowl 2018

Super Bowl ads are probably more famous around the world than the game of American football itself. They promise big budgets, big name stars, and sometimes there is even a little football here and there.

The 2018 edition of the Super Bowl, which took place on February 4, was no exception. Here you have the eight best ads, the most fun and original, of the evening.

Best Super Bowl Ads 2018

1. Doritos / Mountain Dew

Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman face off against each other in a battle of fire against ice (respectively). It isn’t every day we get to see a Hollywood god rapping “Get Ur Freak On”.

2. Tide

This ad is just too damn smart. David Harbor, of Stranger Things, stars in different typical ad scenes until he reveals that he is not promoting a car, a beer … but a brand of detergent. “Because all the ad shirts are clean.” Then the final touch comes, when Harbor asks, “Does that mean that all the TV ads are Tide ads?”

3. M&M’s

An M&M wants to become a human so that people will stop trying to eat him. Unfortunately, he becomes the most M&M looking human in the world: Danny DeVito.

4. Pringles

The comedian Bill Hader is amazed to discover a new way to create more flavors with Pringles.

5. Avocados From Mexico

A community who will live in a dome, forever separated from the rest of humanity, panics when they discover that they have left something very important outside the dome.

6. Alexa

Catastrophe! Alexa, Amazon’s assistant, has lost her voice. Who can step in? Celebrities can, of course. Gordon Ramsay can explain the steps to make a dish, whilst Anthony Hopkins gives out chilling responses to girlfriends trying to call their partners. What could go wrong?


A man with an unforgivable sin will confess to the actor James Cromwell, working as a priest.

8. Tourism Australia

A brilliant trailer for a fake movie. The long awaited sequel to Crocodile Dundee in which his son, played by Danny McBride, joins Chris Hemsworth on an adventure across Australia. It’s a damn pity this film isn’t being made.

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