Adweek Ranks Top 10 Commercials of 2011 (Video)
From candy bars and cats to zombies and cars, 2011 has been an eclectic year for advertising.
Adweek released a list of their top 10 commercial spots (aired worldwide) for the past year, and the rankings include car companies Chrysler, Volkswagen and Nissan, as well as Snickers, British dairy company Cravendale, the trailer for Scotlan'd zombie video game "Dead Island" and Google Chrome.
Watch Adweek's list of 2011's best commercials below.
10. Snickers "Focus Group"
The candy company's spot features two sharks discussing which human they ate tasted better. They're pick? The one who recently ate Snickers' new Peanut Butter Squared Bar.
9. Nissan Leaf "Gas Powered Everything'
To promote their new electric car, Nissan envisioned a world where everything that was electric (think hair dryers, computers, coffee makers) ran on gas.
8. Cravendale "Cats with Thumbs"
The British dairy company gave cats the one thing they're lacking to be able to get their own milk: opposable thumbs. The spot shows the furry pets banding together to steal milk from a breakfast-eating human.
7. Deep Silver "Dead Island Trailer"
The spot for zombie video game "Dead Island" runs in reverse chronological order, first showing a young, dead girl, before taking viewers back in time through her zombie attack.