The five best Super Bowl commercials


The “aw” factor was off the charts. Puppy! Horse! Noses! (Courtesy Budweiser)

RadioShack’s flashback to the ’80s: The perfect amount of nostalgia and self-deprecating humor.

Celebrities from 80s invade a RadioShack to take out the old to make room for the new RadioShack. (Courtesy of RadioShack)

Budweiser’s puppy-horse friendship, which made the whole country go “aww.”

A puppy befriends a Clydesdale in one of Budweiser's Super Bowl ads. (Courtesy of Anheuser-Busch)

T-Mobile’s Tim Tebow spots — the best example of spokesperson-brand synergy.

Tim Tebow describes what he's done during his year without a phone contract in T-Mobile's Super Bowl ad. (Courtesy of T-Mobile)

Quarterback Tim Tebow describes what he's done during his year without a contract in T-Mobile's Super Bowl ad. (Courtesy of T-Mobile)

Coke’s tribute to America’s melting pot.

Coca-Cola celebrates the beauty of America in one of its two Super Bowl ads. (Courtesy of Coca-Cola)

Bud Light’s wild night: Like a mini version of “The Hangover,” with great celebrity cameos.

Bud Light's epic night continues with Don Cheadle, a llama, Arnold Schwarzenegger and OneRepublic. (Courtesy of Anheuser-Busch)

 

It’s subjective, of course — so what would you put on your top five? Let us know in the comments. See more Super Bowl commercials on Post TV.

Maura Judkis covers culture, food, and the arts for the Weekend section and Going Out Guide.
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Cindy Boren · February 3, 2014