Toyota Camry Super Bowl 46 Commercial – ‘It’s Reinvented’ Video and Review

Wow, the car companies are really bringing it this year.  Toyota joins the fray with some ideas for reinventing a few things just as they claim they have reinvented the new Camry.

Here is the commercial:

 

So, to recap, Toyota has reinvented the following:

The couch: Decent idea, and I like the sentiment, but it seems like it would be uncomfortable in either the male or female style.

The police officer: Totally on board with this one.

The baby: A baby that doesn’t poop and is a time machine?  Yes, please.

The DMV: Definitely in need of some upgrades, so this is a healthy start.

The blender: Plays Lionel Richie, which is better than blender sound, but I would prefer the Phil Collins model.

The plant: I’m worried about the plant’s ability to discern criminals from non-criminals.

Curtains: Made of pizza?  If they are scentless and somehow stay fresh and hot forever I would pay up to $6000 for those.

Rain: Who couldn’t use an easier weight-loss plan?  Sign me up.

As for the commercial, it didn’t reinvent anything, but I sure laughed quite a bit.  That’s all it takes to get a good grade from me.

Commercial Grade: B+

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About Keith Mullett

Keith is an Ohio-based sports and pop culture junkie who began writing for MSF in June 2011. His ramblings about sports, music, movies and books can be further enjoyed by following him on Twitter @keithmullett.

In addition to his work for MSF, Keith operates a blog called Commercial Grade, in which he critiques television commercials from the perspective of the average viewer.

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