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Kia Super Bowl Ad Rocked Matrix Opera

Feb 3 2014, 3:02pm CST | by , in News | Super Bowl

Kia Super Bowl Ad Rocked Matrix Opera
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The Kia Super Bowl 2014 Ad starring Laurence Fishburne as Matrix's Morpheus is very cool. Especially the plot point when Morpheus starts to sing is awesome.

The Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl 2014. The Seahawks smashed the Broncos with 43 to 8. The Budweiser Super Bowl Ad Puppy Love won the most important Super Bowl 2014 Ad ranking. Watch all Super Bowl 2014 Ads in our Super Bowl 2014 Ad Video Gallery.

The Matrix is still one of the coolest movies ever made. This alone makes the Kia ad great, but Kia added something unexpected that is so surprising and well done that makes the commercial stand out from the rest this year. We reveal what that is below the ad. So if you want to be surprised watch the awesome Kia Super Bowl 2014 ad first below in the extended version.

The Matrix inspired Kia Super Bowl 2014 Ad has been released as a 90 second extended version. In the ad, Morpheus shows a normal couple what real luxury is. The couple meets Morpheus at a valet stand. He presents them with two choices: a red key or a blue key. Should they choose wisely, they'll never look at luxury the same again. This beginning we already know, but the Kia Super Bowl 2014 ad has a very cool plot point in the middle that is making the ad stand out. 

Morpheus is sitting on the back seat of the Kia K900 and tells the couple about what real luxury is when he suddenly starts singing the famous opera aria Nessun dorma. From there one cars fly and spoon bend like in the Matrix. 


Super Bowl 2014
is history and it ended with a historic win of the Seattle Seahawks. The big game will be played in the Metlife stadium in East Rutherford. It was the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl but not the coldest in history. Watch all Super Bowl 2014 commercials in our Super Bowl 2014 Ad Gallery. Check out the complete list of Super Bowl 2014 Advertisers.


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