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TLOTA: I’m James Faraci The Last Of The Americans and it’s my third anniversary! (Cut to a firework display as the words “The Last Of The Americans’ Third Anniversary” is shown over it and “Ode To Joy” is heard in the background before cutting to James physically)

TLOTA: And as you can tell from the end of Last month’s review the only person celebrating is… me! Yeah, Kinda sucks! (Eliza coughs off screen before cutting to her in the backroom doorway)

Eliza Dushku: Excuse me but what am I? Fricking Chopped Liver? (Cut to James)

TLOTA: No, but you’re working on my last nerve with this whole “Trying to find out the secret behind the legend of James Faraci” when really, there’s nothing to me! But you are not as bad as what I have to deal with. (Cut to scenes from the first three Michael Bay “Transformers” movies as James does a voiceover.)

TLOTA(Voiceover): When it was announced that “Transformers” was hitting the Big Screen in a live action adaptation in 2006, I thought it would be interesting then came the news that A) Michael Bay was directing and B) Shia LaBeouf would be starring in them and quickly my hope for these movies being good died! Why you ask? Simple because between the time Michael Bay made one of my favorite guilty pleasures “Armageddon” & the time he made the “Transformers” he went straight to FUBAR and didn’t come back and of course Shia LaBeouf became the Bane of humanity and the second coming of Pauly Shore yet no one noticed because everyone except the smart people because I’ve discovered idiots run the world and watch bad movies. (Cut to James physically)

TLOTA: But having nothing to live off but Liquid I.Q. just to watch all three of Shia LaBeouf’s “Transformers” movies, I somehow found ten things that were surprisingly good, not saying I liked or even thought these movies were good, I wish someone else had wrote, directed and casted these movies but for the sake of argument and discussion these are the Top 10 Good things that came from Michael Bay’s “Transformers” Heaven help me…

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2 thoughts on “The Top Ten Good Things that came from Michael Bay’s “Transformers” Movies”
  1. The Michael Bay Transformers movies are generally a mess. I gave up on them after the second one, and haven’t seen the ones that followed.

    As for ‘What I’ve Done’ by Linkin Park, I felt it didn’t fit the movie at all. Its lyrics are about a guy who’s done something really terrible (the lyrics are vague as to what the terrible thing is, but it’s clearly pretty bad and not something that can easily be forgiven, especially by the guy himself), so he’s clearly contemplating leaving his current life behind and starting over somewhere else under another identity. The lyrics don’t match any of the characters or stories in the movie, and it’s weird having it play over the closing credits. I would have gone with Stan Bush’s ‘Till All Are One’ (a Transformers song that’s a rework of his earlier ‘Ground Zero’ that he debuted at BotCon) for the closing credits, or a cover version of Lion’s ‘Transfomers: The Movie’ song for the closing credits instead.

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