Top Super Bowl Commercials 2011: Reviewing Doritos Ad, Tiny Darth Vader & More – Bleacher Report


 Top Super Bowl Commercials 2011: Reviewing Doritos Ad, Tiny Darth Vader & More   Bleacher Report

Top Super Bowl Commercials 2011: It is the Monday after Super Bowl. That means half of the workforce is constantly talking about the commercials that were played during last night’s Super Bowl XLV. The other half called in sick with a mysterious strain of cold that is affecting millions of people today.

But as you listen to your best mates wax intelligent about these commercials, you may have a differing view. In fact, the country is consistently on the verge of Civil War the Monday after every Super Bowl. There is little consensus surrounding the star spots during the big game.

This leads to a great many heated debates this week on the merits of each 30 second ad. Well, by god, it stops here.

I am sick and tired of you all messing it all up. Here is the definitive scale by which to measure these commercials.

I have spent the better part of my life glued to the couch watching hours of television. Rather than rot my brain, it has given me a heightened sense of what is good and what is utterly lame in the world of entertainment.

So here are the top commercials and my expert analysis. You may want to grab a snack, we may be here a while.

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