With billions of hours of videos watched on youtube, it is hard to pick out those that are the most viewed and shared. The list of videos we’ve compiled prominently feature winning movies that were shared the most. The top ad is a rip-roaring race through the streets of San Francisco. The camera work is gritty and dynamic and feels like a chase scene from a Hollywood blockbuster. It puts you in the driver’s seat, the wheel well, the hood and in the sky as the driver careens around turns and flies over hills.
Political ads have begun to appear in the top ten and that’s no surprise due to the fast-approaching American election season. The rest of the ads features flashmobs, “Call Me Maybe” remixes, and tearjerkers involving Olympic athletes and their moms. Stay tuned for next month’s round-up to see if the recipe changes.
1| DC Shoes: Ken Block’s Gymkhana Five: Ultimate Urban Playground, San Francisco
2| Sesame Street: Share It Maybe
3| Abercrombie Models Sing “Call Me Maybe” While Shirtless
4| Som Sabadell Flash Mob
5| Obama Campaign Ad: “Firms”
6| Romney Campaign Ad: “These Hands”
7| Mister Rogers Remixed
8| Romney Campaign Ad: “What Happened?”
9| P&G London 2012 Olympic Games Film: “Best Job”
10| A Dramatic Surprise on a Quiet Square
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