(A Hand pulling a card designed by Stevie Swigart with the statistics of James Faraci The Last Of The Americans while putting it into the Megaforce Morpher 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 Black Tee-Shirt with the American flag on it, Blue 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 2014 calendar year of his reviews ranging from James getting hit with an uppercut by Trina Mason to James punching Dr. Plotsz, to Paulo Fonseca & Rebecca Yaun saying Groovy, to James and Rowdy running into the Happy Madison crowd, to James’ eyes turning white with blue streaks of lightning coming out of them, to James taking on the wicked then culminating in the moment when Lea Michele reveals herself to be a vampire and zooming into James’ screaming mouth until 0:30 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators shows when James right hand comes out of the dark holding a sonic screwdriver then cuts 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 Paulo Fonseca, John Santos & Eric Kurtzke on his right and Rebecca Yaun, 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 in his office)

TLOTA: I’m James Faraci The Last Of The Americans and The views that I’m about to express are that of my own and some of yours. Well… this is embarrassing. You see, I made a wager with Linkara as to whether or not he could get his movie finished and out for people to watch by the end of the year and since he has done so. I now have to honor the wager. Either review his attempt at making cinema or be forced to carry Comicron-One on my back whilst singing the opening theme song TO “Atop The Fourth Wall” down every street in Minnesota and seeing as how I’m not singing Vincent E.L.’s theme for “Atop The Fourth Wall”, I’m not in Minnesota and Comicron-One is NOT behind me. Well then you know what I’m doing.

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2 thoughts on “Standing “Atop The Fourth Wall” for a little while”
  1. In some respects, the AT4W movie plays out like a Channel Awesome anniversary movie if someone other than Doug/Nostalgia Critic were the lead character. We have several other reviewers playing supporting roles, and others in cameos. All in all, I thought it was nice to see what happens when someone else is the one setting the plot in motion and rallying the others together for a change. (‘To Boldly Flee’, to which this is a sequel of sorts to, suffered especially from the Doug-centric nature of the CA anniversaries).

    It worked on that level, and also as a feature-length extension of the AT4W storyline segments. Linkara’s character arc, I thought, had a nice climax where he realizes that while bad comics and other bad entertainment will never completely go away, he still wants to continue to see it all: the good, the bad, the weird, and so on.

    I probably wouldn’t recommend it to those not already familiar with AT4W, as it addresses a lot of stuff from the AT4W storylines (such as Harvey Finevoice’s feeling bad about running out on Linkara during the original Mechakara confrontation), and answers a few previously unanswered questions. But on the levels I spoke of in the previous two paragraphs, I think it works pretty well.

    Favorite moments: Lupa and 90’s Kid’s bonding moment where Lupa asks just what is with him and his obsession with 90’s culture, Linkara’s epiphany, and the final showdown with Mechakara (including the Precision F Strike).

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