Melting “The Chocolate Factory”

(A Hand pulls out a card designed by Stevie Swigart with the statistics of James Faraci The Last Of The Americans while putting it into the Robo Knight Robo Morpher and punching in the code 428 from the 0:00-0:03 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators original run. 0:04 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators shows James Faraci morphing into James Faraci The Last Of The Americans with his Long sleeve Tee-Shirt with the American flag design on it, Blue cargo Jeans and Tan Work boots until 0:07 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators original run as scene cuts to James stocking up on his arsenal from the Classic Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers Morpher, a bandoleer stocked up with Sonic Screwdrivers, Ammunition for a 303 British Rifle and said rifle, The Ring Of Aeon, The Gem From the Gauntlet Malachite’s Hand, Emmalina’s amulet and the Sword Of Caliverti from 0:08-0:15 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators. 0:15-0:29 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators original run shows James leaping and running through moments from the 2016 calendar year of his reviews ranging from James morphing into his new suit for the first time, James getting slapped by Paulo, Mr. B Natural pop jump cutting into frame as James grabs Rowdy & The Nostalgia Kid as they scream in terror, Traci Hines shooting the Double Barreled handgun, Everyone trying to stop Eliza Dushku from using her switchblade knife on an unconscious Spoony,  James blast jumps and Eliza rolls out of the way as an electrical pulse knocks out everyone else before cutting to the clip of The Moviebusters pulling out their Proton Pack blasters until the 0:30 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators shows the team line-up of the majority of 2015 walking towards the screen as the camera rises over to see the American Flag and James’ signal in the sky as before cutting to James as he jumps and pulls out a sonic screwdriver before cutting over to a slab of titanium where lasers cut out “The Last Of The Americans” until 0:36 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators original run when James lands on top of the slab while doing a heroic pose with Steve Kidd, Paulo & Brenda Fonseca, Andrew Beach, John Santos & Eric Kurtzke on his right and Rebecca & Nick Yaun, Ed Champion, Olivia Horvath, Renee Miller and Mike Santos on his left doing their own heroic poses on a black background the 0:36-end mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators original run play the camera moves back to see James on top of the slab with the words “The Last Of The Americans” on it before cutting to James as he cleans up the studio and whistles “Frolic” by Luciano Michelini as he puts the floor buffer up he passes by Steve Kidd writing in a notebook)

TLOTA:

Hey Steve.

Steve Kidd:

Hey James. (James continues to whistle as he goes into the kitchen to make a cup of Warm Spiced Apple Cider for a few more seconds before James walks back to Steve)

TLOTA:

Steve, what are you doing here?

Steve Kidd:

Oh, nothing much just writing down ideas Warner Brothers I know will eventually do. (James looks over Steve’s shoulder)

TLOTA:

“Tom & Jerry in Rocky”, “Tom & Jerry in Blazing Saddles”, “Tom & Jerry in Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice”, “Tom & Jerry in Kickassia”, “Tom & Jerry in Suburban Knights”, “Tom & Jerry in To Boldly Flee”, “Tom & Jerry in Blade Runner”, “Tom & Jerry in The Room”, “Tom & Jerry In The Lord Of The Rings”, “Tom & Jerry In Harry Potter”, “Tom & Jerry In The Wicker Man”?  Jeez dude, how many “Tom & Jerry” Crossovers are in this.

Steve:

About as much as those schmucks at Warner Brothers can make. (Cut to clips of “Tom & Jerry: Wizard Of Oz”, “Tom & Jerry: Sherlock Holmes”, “Tom & Jerry: Robin Hood” & “Tom & Jerry: Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory” as Steve does a voiceover)

Steve (Voiceover):

And haven’t they done enough with the two in these situations? I mean come on Wizard of Oz, Sherlock Holmes, Robin Hood all of them have been getting Tom & Jerry Shoehorned in and 95 % of the time they distract from the actual movie that we should be watching. That’s not a good thing. If I want to watch The Wizard of Oz. I DON’T want to see Tom & Jerry being the reason the water bucket nearly didn’t make it to Dorothy. I want to see Basil Rathbone’s portrayal of Sherlock Holmes solve the crime. NOT Tom & Jerry slip the clue that Moriarty did it to Sherlock Holmes. I want to see the Errol Flynn version of Robin Hood save the day. NOT see Tom and Jerry do something to distract Robin from his mission! And guess what, if I want to see the Gene Wilder classic version “Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory” Guess what, I don’t want to see. TOM AND FREAKING JERRY! (Cut to James and Steve.)

TLOTA:

I see what you did. You’re gonna regret how you set me up for this.

What happens as me and Steve Kidd try to melt down what went wrong with “Tom & Jerry: Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory”? Find out here

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  1. t-kun-unusual-wordsmith-iii
    t-kun-unusual-wordsmith-iii says:

    The crossover gimic that they have been doing with Tom and Jerry, really need some better planning there. Because as you stated, it is pretty much just the duo appearing in a shot by shot of the classic version tale, and that is just sad. I mean some things worked, but this was a huge flop chance of a crash grab in the end. Overall, wonderfully done.

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    • tlota
      tlota says:

      Thanks. Originally this was gonna be a solo outing but my friend Steve Kidd wanted in on it and I figured it might add to giving the cash grab it’s just deserts. Don’t forget to vote for one or some of your favorite moments you liked from me in 2017. It’s in the forum

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