‘Just Go With It’ Super Bowl TV Spot: Brooklyn Decker Melts The Airwaves

Published 4 years ago by , Updated February 7th, 2011 at 8:31 am,

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Before the Super Bowl, I doubt that many people were overly excited for Adam Sandler’s next movie, Just Go With It, but now that the film aired its Super Bowl TV Spot, I know that at least the fellas are interested. And I can boil down the appeal to just four words: Brooklyn Decker Bikini Shot.

If you were too busy dropping your jaw to the floor when the actual TV Spot aired, here’s the synopsis for Just Go With It:

In “Just Go With It,” a plastic surgeon (Adam Sandler), romancing a much younger schoolteacher (Brooklyn Decker), enlists his loyal assistant (Jennifer Aniston) to pretend to be his soon-to-be ex-wife, in order to cover up a careless lie. When more lies backfire, the assistant’s kids become involved, and everyone heads off for a weekend in Hawaii that will change all their lives.

OK, so maybe that synopsis sounds like just another mindless rom-com being churned out by Sandler, but at least this Super Bowl TV Spot was smart enough to tirelessly reinforce its best…asessts. Check out the Just Go With It TV Spot below:

Do you think Sony was aware when they aired this spot that it would be seen by a bunch of good ol’ boys drinking some beer and watching some football? 😉

I would like to tell you that one brief sequence of an incredibly super duper hot girl in a bikini isn’t enough to sell me on a movie – and that will certainly be true, once somebody cuts that Brooklyn Decker footage into a one-minute looping video on YouTube.

If you want to see more (of the movie, not just Decker) check out the full Just Go With It Trailer.

Also be sure to check out the rest of our 2011 Super Bowl Movie Trailers.

Just Go With It will be in theaters on February 11, 2011.

Source: Sony Pictures

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  2. The commercials were pretty weak the past couple of years (including this year) but this was probably the smartest commercial I saw in a long time. Hot chick, rewind, hot chick again – genius.

  3. i hope this crap movie bombs

  4. “Tell your Girlfriend its a romantic comedy”.
    I liked that Line.

  5. Let me tell you how it ends, Sandler learns he is in love with Aniston and they get together only to have her be assassinated because she is actually a hit woman who failed her last hit. Well at least first little bit is true.

  6. Four words that instantly put me off a movie.


    • I agree that this looks bad, Sam. However, I do like alot of Sandler’s movies, well his older ones. It’s too bad that Jennifer Aniston keeps taking these roles because I happen to really like her and I feel that she is wasting her talent with crap like this.

      • I’ve never liked Sandler, I just can’t stand the guy. I agree about Aniston, she was always the best out of the friends actresses but she always picks awful film roles.

        • I dont really like Sandler neither but Aniston is good.

          • She was good in Friends, but she has yet to be in a single movie that wasnt terrible.

            • Well I was talking about how she acts but yeah maybe this film is good,I will check it out. :)

  7. The Break-Up was horrible? I don’t think so. It wasn’t good, but not horrible. Exaggerating a little I think.

    • Break up was cool.

    • No, it was horrendous and totally laugh free.

      • Okay well now we know you must have something against it with an opinion like that.

        • Yup. I have something against it.

          It wasn’t funny. And I consider that an important factor in a comedy.

  8. Or The Brothers McMullen or whatever it was called. One of her first films.

    • which was a copy of Cactus Flower [1969]

      this is getting crazy now