Super Bowl commercials 2014: The best ads you may have missed

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It seems like advertisers played it safe in Super Bowl ads this year.

There were no crude jokes. Sexual innuendo was kept to a minimum. And uncomfortable scenes were missing.

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With a 30-second Super Bowl commercial fetching $4 million and more than 108 million viewers expected to tune in to the championship game this year, it was crucial for advertisers to make their investment count.

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While many viewers had a mixed reaction to the ads, depending on your mood, we take look at some of the most memorable commercials from Super Bowl XVLIII:

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If you want a good cry, watch:

Budweiser’s “Puppy Love”

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Budweiser’s “A Hero’s Welcome”

If you want a dose of cuteness, watch:

Doritos “Cowboy Kid”

If you like McDonalds (and bad lip reading), watch:

If you want a throwback to your favourite sitcom, watch:


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If you like Bond-villian types, watch:

If you like Bruce Willis and hugs, watch:

If you want an empowering ad, watch:


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If you want to enter The Matrix, watch:

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If you want to feel inspired, watch:

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