Super Bowl 50 advertising winners and losers

Some companies, such as Audi, Axe and Bud Light, made Super Bowl commercials that entertained and cast their products in a new light; others, such as Colonial Williamsburg and the pharmaceutical companies, left people bored or offended. And where does Puppymonkeybaby fit in? See a collection of the best and worst.

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