Sometimes Super Bowl commercials can end up being more fun than than the actual game. Dentists, do you think this will be true of this year’s Super Bowl XLVI?
Mathew Broderick and Honda may be hoping so.
In 1986, director John Hughes debuted the American teen coming-of-age comedy film, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
It quickly became one of the top movies of 1986 and has since enjoyed a cult following.
This year Honda has enlisted actor Mathew Broderick for their Super Bowl XLVI commercial to promote the Honda CR-V. The Super bowl ad pokes fun at Broderick’s Ferris Bueller character by showing him faking the flu to skip work and spend the day enjoying the sites around Los Angeles.
Several classic details from the “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” movie are included in the commercial, such as the use of the song “Oh Yeah,” a valet calling for “Broderick. Broderick,” and a parking attendant taking Broderick’s Honda for a joy-ride.
Today’s Friday random video is the Super Bowl commercial, “Matthew’s Day Off“ —
What is your favorite Super Bowl commercial?