Fun Video Friday Includes Super Bowl Ads, Flying Cats, and Brain Tricks

Fun Video Friday Includes Super Bowl Ads, Flying Cats, and Brain Tricks

It's the first weekend in February already, which means it's Super Bowl weekend and many brands have already released their Super Bowl commercials for us to watch.  A deluge came in after an initial trickle last week, and what we're seeing is almost every brand wants to be associated with fun and coveted lifestyles.  But we don't have just Super Bowl ads to offer here.  This is Fun Video Friday, so we have all sorts of genres here: music videos, animation, and another video from AsapSCIENCE explaining how your brain works.

Super Bowl Ads Just Wanna Have Fun And More

Wait...can we even say Super Bowl?  Samsung's big game ad with Paul Rudd, Seth Rogen, and Bob Odenkirk has a lot of fun with that NFL copyright:

Mercedes-Benz has been using Kate Upton to full effect in teasers for their new ad, but Willem Dafoe and Usher also makes appearances in what will be a prevalent theme throughout the Super Bowl: success and fun:

Pepsi NEXT is so amazing, that kids think they're drunk, and parents will think a party has gone out of control:

Taco Bell takes a Spanish version of the Fun song, "We Are Young" and applies it to a bunch of the older generation enjoying some fast Mexican food:

Budweiser goes to the "pull your heartstrings" route and tells the story of a guy taking care of one of the famous Budweiser Clydesdales from birth, letting it go, and then getting excited to see it come back to town:

YouTube star Nigahiga apparently has the "best Super Bowl commercial ever" for Wonderful Pistachios:

OK, so Super Bowl commercials are great.  So is the simplicity of driving through a whole bunch of tumbleweeds:

I want all of you to remember that if you're having car trouble, it's probably because of mysterious flying ghost cats, as dramatized by Trunk Animation's "The Chase:"

Oh Yeah Wow did the fun video for Clubfeet's "Everything You Wanted," one of those all-in-one-take special effects videos with a good song and everything:

Strange things are growing all over New York City in Lena Steinkühler's "New York Biotopes:"

This is a mesmerizing dance to a dubstep version of Adele's "Set Fire to the Rain," courtesy of WHZGUD2:

I always like to throw an educational video or two in to these things, and this one is very entertaining.  Throwing all sorts of brain tricks at you and explaining how your brain interprets that information, here's AsapSCIENCE explaining "This Is How Your Brain Works:"

Have fun at your Super Bowl parties this weekend!

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Chris Atkinson joined ReelSEO in 2011. He is a longtime film and television reviewer, and has almost two decades of experience in the theater industry. He also writes on his personal blog - View All Posts By -

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