All of the Superbowl Movie Comericals Ranked
The game was lame. The commercials were weird. Coldplay was Coldplay. All in all, this year's Superbowl wasn't anything too incredible. We did, however get treated to a handful of advertisements for summer blockbusters. Some were great. Some were for airlines. Here is out definitive ranking of the 2016 Superbowl Movie Commercials.
8. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Turkish Airlines
Good lord. Who thought this would be a good idea?
A) Doesn't Bruce Wayne have his own plane?
B) On what planet does he fly economy?
7. Bourne: Another One
Apparently this movie doesn't have a title yet. I don't care about it at all. I would rather see Good Will Hunting 2.
6. 10 Cloverfield Lane
A JJ Abrams movie where things aren't what they seem??? Sure. Whatever. John Goodman's cool. This looks like one of those movie where either everyone says "I can't spoil it for you, but you have to go watch it now!" or I see it on HBO in a year and go "Oh yeah. That's right. They made another Cloverfield."
5. Independence Day: Resurgence
We get it. We're all gonna die. Still...Jeff Goldblum. Not bad.
4. X Men: Apocalypse
We get it. We're all gonna die. Still...Psylocke. Not bad.
3. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
I have a good feeling about this. Megan Fox is in the trailer for a total for two frames. Beebop and Rocksteady look solid. None of the Turtles are trying to bang April O'Neil. Casey Jones looks cool. Hey what's that? The Technodrome? That's the thing that Krang makes...OH MY GOD IT'S KRANG! In your face Liz Lemon!
Michael Bay, please don't screw this one up. I, and TMNT fans around the world, would love nothing more than to have a fun and show accurate TMNT movie. And please don't make the Turtles want to bang April. I cannot stress that enough. If you nail this, Pearl Harbor will be forgiven. Not the real one. Your dumb movie.
Finally a movie without a subheading.
No movie has had more fan goodwill in recent memory than Deadpool. This almost seems like a pregame victory lap. Every review so far has praised the movie as a huge win for Fox and people who like to see X Men character in something other than black leather alike. Also the joke about kids in every city is solid.
1. Captain America: Civil War
Jesus Christ! What is going on? We're said A LOT about how Batman v Superman: Rush to Justice gives the game away in the trailer. Batman and Superman disagree about justice. They fight. Then there's a dream sequence. Then Wonder Woman shows up and they fight Doomsday. Also Lex Luthor probably shows up in power armor. Justice League poses together. End of movie.
This new Civil War trailer is the complete opposite. It raises nothing but questions. Is Rhodey dead? Why did Bucky shoot at Tony? What is this new Iron Man suit/glove thing? Where and Zemo/Crossbones/Agent 13/and of course Spiderman. J Jonah Jameson would not be pleased. But that's the point of a trailer, isn't it? To make the JJ's of the world wait to see the big stuff in the theater.
And in case you thought the Marvel movies were nothing but serious now, BOOM! Hulk/Ant Man Coke commercial. What more can you want?