Honda has gifted us with a magnificent treasure this day, providing an extended version of their Super Bowl XLVI commercial featuring Matthew Broderick in an inspiring homage to his breakthrough role in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. As a point of reference, if they were to air the entire 2-and-a-half minute version on Sunday, it would cost them 17.5 million dollars in airtime alone.
We’re curious at what point this commercial will stop making sense to people, who are too young to even know where the references are from? The only thing this near-perfect commercial is missing? Alan Ruck… where’s Alan Ruck?!
And here’s the bigger, longer, and uncut version: