Ever wonder what happens when God’s cell phone battery dies? Well, it happens in Mophie’s Super Bowl ad, and the world comes to a screeching end! Watch the stellar ad here.
There’s flying cars, hurricanes, and fish falling from the sky — it must be the end of the world! Or God’s cell phone battery dying. Mophie‘s highly creative commercial comically shows what would happen if God’s smart phone battery were to suddenly crash.
Mophie Super Bowl Commercial 2015 — The End Of The World
Mophie delivers one of the best Super Bowl ads yet — and trust us, the list is a long one to choose from!
In the minute long ad, a dark storm slowly takes over the world. Objects start flying around, a biker gets hit by a car, riots break out, and foregin objects fall from the sky! Plus, there’s hurricanes, fires, tsunamis, and blizzards hitting various parts of the world, leaving people in danger. (Seriously, the effects in this ad are so cool and well done!)
“When your phone dies, God knows what can happen,” the ad says. And yep, we see God sitting there in heaven with a powerless phone, sighing.
“Gosh darn it,” God says.
We’re all clearly doomed if the big man himself is powerless — because it apparently means the end of the world for us!
Top Super Bowl Commercials Of 2015
As we mentioned, 2015 was a great year for Super Bowl commercials! Between Kim Kardashian mocking her selfie obession for T-mobile, Mindy Kaling getting naked in Central Park and trying to kiss Matt Damon there were a ton of great ads that made our favorites list!
Pop princess Britney Spears even appeared in a short, ten second teaser clip, which she posted on Instagram. Fans were super excited that she might perform with the great Katy Perry during the halftime show, but unfortunately that was not the case. Brit was just expressing her excitement for the Super Bowl by wearing black strips on her eyes. If there’s one thing, the “Toxic” singer sure knows how to get people hyped up!
HollywoodLifers, what was YOUR favorite Super Bowl commercial? Did you like Mophie’s ad? Let us know your thoughts below!
— Julianne Ishler