Miss a commercial? Here are some of the top Super Bowl ads of 2016

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(Feb. 8, 2016) — While Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos took home the Lombardi Trophy, but Super Bowl 50 also had its share of memorable commercials. Here’s a look at 20 of the most talked about ads during the big game.

The Big Game Meets the Big Day/Buick

Emily Ratajkowski and New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. star in this ad from Buick, which spoofs Beckham’s penchant for jaw-dropping catches, this time in a wedding setting.

Moving Day/Apartments.com

Apartments.com brought in Jeff Goldblum for this commercial, which features Goldblum singing “Movin’ On Up” from The Jeffersons.

Doritos Crash the Super Bowl: Ultrasound/Doritos

This finalist in the Doritos Crash the Super Bowl contest involves a baby who’s fond of his dad’s Doritos–and makes an early entry into the world to get them.

What We Were Thinking/Quicken Loans, Rocket Mortgage

This commercial tries to convince viewers that a simple app to get a mortgage could give the economy a shot in the arm.

The Bud Light Party: Super Bowl Commercial 2016/Bud Light

Bud Light turns to Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen, who form a new political party and announce their platform. And everybody loves Paul Rudd.

Never a Sellout/TurboTax

Actor Anthony Hopkins would never sell out, even if he names his dog TurboTax.com

First Date/Hyundai

Comedian Kevin Hart’s commercial is getting a lot of attention. He plays an overprotective dad who gets full use out of Hyundai’s “car finder” feature to keep an eye on his daughter during her first date.

The Longest Chase/Toyota

When their getaway car is towed, some bank robbers steal a Toyota Prius, leading to a surprisingly long chase.

Man from the Future/LG

Liam Neeson stars in this commercial about a man with insight into the future. That future? All about LG’s OLED TV.

Walken Closet/Kia

Christopher Walken cautions that beige socks are boring and proves that people with snazzy sock puppets are way more interesting.

Commander/Audi

Getting behind the wheel of an Audi gives an astronaut the chance to recapture the thrill of spaceflight.

Puppymonkeybaby/Mountain Dew Kickstart

This commercial for Mountain Dew’s energy drink is either awesome or nightmare fuel. You decide.

Super Bowl Babies/NFL

Seal and some young Indianapolis Colts fans star alongside other “Super Bowl babies” in this ad about a certain phenomenon that happens after teams win the big game.

Jason Bourne/Universal Pictures

Matt Damon returns as super spy Jason Bourne in this teaser for the upcoming film.

Ryanville/Hyundai

We all get distracted–especially when everyone looks like Ryan Reynolds. This add touts safety features from Hyundai meant to keep drivers safe.

Portraits/Jeep

Jeep throws aside fancy celebrity endorsements for this stirring ad about how Jeep has been a part of history throughout the years.

Simply Put/Budweiser

Actress Helen Mirren offers a simple message against drinking and driving.

Restricted Bling/T-Mobile

Drake stars in this T-Mobile ad in which cell phone company executives offer suggestions for his song. Other carriers “ruin everything,” the “uncarrier” says.

Doritos Crash the Super Bowl Doritos Dogs/Doritos

Some dogs will do anything to get Doritos. This commercial won a local college grad $1 million.

Marilyn/Snickers

Willem Dafoe ruins an iconic Marilyn Monroe moment from The Seven Year Itch in this “you’re not you when you’re hungry” commercial.

Wiener Stampede/Heinz

This surreal ad from Heinz features an epic stampede of wiener dogs.

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