Budweiser’s ‘Puppy Love’ commercial was the best of the Super Bowl, at least according to USA TODAY’s annual Ad Meter. But oh how things may have swayed if personal injury lawyer Jamie Casino’s spot played outside of Savannah, Ga.
The two-minute ad, which played during the first time block, looks like a film by Michael Bay or Jerry Bruckheimer. It sees the attorney transform from representing the bad guys to becoming a sledge hammer-wielding beacon of justice — one wearing a leather jacket and sunglasses. It’s all done with Nick Nolan’s ‘Devil Gets Your Soul.’
In the days leading up to the Super Bowl, Casino wrote on the Casino Law Group’s Facebook page "Up all night feverishly perfecting the Super Bowl commercial. It’s really coming together," and posted teasers leading up to the debut.
For those wondering, the backstory about Casino’s brother, Michael Biancosino, and the police chief saying his death was part of a shooting that included ‘no innocent victims’ is true.