Let's face it: The only reason most of us are actually watching the Superbowl this Sunday is because of the commercials. Unless you live in Indianapolis or New Orleans, and/or you're a die hard fan of one of those teams, you could honestly care less about the outcome of the actual football game. Instead, we're more interested in who is spending millions of dollars in an effort to sell us on their product in under a minute.
Good news is at least Fox doesn't have the Superbowl this year, so we won't have to spend four hours staring at that stupid robot football player dancing on the left side of the screen. But we still need to deal with the same old game coverage, and wouldn't it be nice if for just this one day (and game), some of Hollywood's most prolific filmmakers could get behind the camera? The folks over at SlateV imagined just that -- and they've put together a pretty hilarious video showing us what the Superbowl would look like if Quentin Tarantino, David Lynch, Wes Anderson, Jean-Luc Godard and Werner Herzog directed it. The only thing that's missing is a nod to Michael Bay, though something tells me they couldn't find enough Superbowl video with helicopters, explosions and half naked drugged-up dancers.
Check out the video after the jump, then let us know which famous directors you'd like to see helm the Superbowl.