James Faraci The Last Of The Americans

Career in “Crisis”

Career in “Crisis”

May 15, 2024 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

(Scene cuts to a smartwatch screen and a finger as it taps the screen and the 1994 American Gladiators plays as the scene cuts to a hand as it taps an app on his phone as it opens a portal, and it cuts to James and the characters he’s played until it cut to his face and the credit of “James Faraci” is shown as it cuts to “The Last Of The Americans’” current iteration then slides away to different images of Paulo Fonseca, Brenda Fonseca, Rebecca Yaun and Nick Yaun and the characters they’ve played until it cut to their faces and the credits of “Paulo and Brenda Fonseca & Rebecca and Nick Yaun” is shown and it then slides away to different images of John Ross and Mike Santos, Andrew Beach, and Ed Champion as the characters they’ve played until it cut to their faces and the credits of “John Ross Santos, Mike Santos, Andrew Beach, Ed Champion” is shown as it then slides away to different images of Eric Kurtzke, Renee Miller and Olivia Horvath and the credits of “Eric Kurtzke, Renee Miller, Olivia Horvath” is shown as the 0:00-0:21 mark of the theme song plays. Everything becomes a swirl of Reds, Whites, and Blues as the credits “Produced by First Choice Productions” “Executive Producers: James Faraci, Paulo Fonseca, Brenda Fonseca, Rebecca Yaun, Nick Yaun, Eric Kurtzke, John Ross Santos, Mike Santos, Renee Miller, Andrew Beach, Ed Champion & Olivia Horvath” “Editing by Eric Kurtzke and James Faraci” “Written and Directed by James Faraci” are shown as the 0:21-0:26 mark of the theme song plays. We then see an image of James as he jumps through the portal and lands with half of his team on his right. The other half on his left is on a black background, and the title “THE LAST OF THE AMERICANS” is shown Lazer etched into Titanium as the last six seconds of the American Gladiators 1994 theme song plays. Cut to James in his office)

TLOTA:
I’m James Faraci, The Last Of The Americans, and the views I’m about to express are that of my own and some of yours. For over a decade, the DC Live Action series was on the WB and its successor network, the CW. (Cut to clips of “Smallville” as James does a voiceover)

TLOTA (V.O.):
The series “Smallville” lasted ten seasons and ended with an epic finale that ultimately ended with the feeling that it was worth seeing Tom Welling in that CG Superman suit, even just for that moment. While certain people and things haven’t aged well, I still love how it turned out and how it told the journey of a young Clark Kent into the Superman we all knew and loved. There was nearly a Batman series during its run, which eventually became two different events. (Cut to the posters of “Batman Begins” & “Gotham” and James said, “These two.” (Cut to clips of the Arrowverse as James does a voiceover.)

TLOTA (V.O.):
After a brief break, new producers looked at an idea for a Green Arrow series originally meant for Justin Hartley’s Green Arrow. However, things had changed, and Hartley couldn’t reprise the role. So, the producers retooled the series and brought in a new Green Arrow actor, Stephen Amell. The new series, now titled “Arrow,” debuted in 2012 and was a ratings success from the start. Its second season introduces a young man named Barry Allen, played by Grant Gustin, and at the end of the mid-season finale of the second season of “Arrow,” if you know the history of comics, Barry Allen is struck by lightning. Soon enough, he debuted in his own series, “The Flash,” which resembled its comic book origins for the Silver Age Flash. The success of both series led to two more series; One starring Melissa Benoist as Kara Zor-El, AKA “Supergirl,” and the other one starring secondary characters from both “Arrow” and “The Flash” entitled “Legends Of Tomorrow” as led by the newly dubbed White Canary AKA Sara Lance played by Caity Lotz. (Cut to James physically)

TLOTA:
While crossovers did happen, there is one that, for many, is the pinnacle of their crossover glory. (Show the title card of “Armageddon” cut to James physically.) Seriously? I’m talking about “Crisis On Earth-X!”

With The Last Of The Americans now in Shambles, he must now rebuild his career…ALONE. But can the Crisis On Earth-X help rebuild it or be the Swan Song

The Final “Strike Back”

The Final “Strike Back”

April 20, 2024 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

TLOTA (D):
I’m not the enemy; I have been doing your job so efficiently that you can kick back and get the other projects done. (Cut to The Real James Faraci The Last Of The Americans)

TLOTA:
At what price, the Quality? Actual Independent Thought? I saw the footage of what you did to my friends while I was on my journey, and the fact that you could work them like that? I may have them do more than they should, but I also pay them overtime for that devotion and give them extra time to recoup from working with me! You drained their life out (Power Rangers Communicator beep is heard). Talk to me.

Professor Hiram Stupidiot (Audio only):
James, the hologram, has reconstituted itself and is gaining more power. With Rowdy’s help, I am close to finding the solution. He is working on a total deletion program.

Rowdy (Audio only):
It should be ready in one minute. (Cut to the Digital Doppelganger.)

TLOTA (D):
James, you can have what you want. You can have her and the future with her if you want. (Cut to the real James as a digital hand of Julia Alexa Miller touches him, and he feels it. Cut to the Digital James.) James, if you delete me and all that I can give you, you will destroy your future.What will the real James choose? The fantasy or the reality? Find out in the link

The Lost Review: Professor Monstrous’ Sing Along YouTube Video

The Lost Review: Professor Monstrous’ Sing Along YouTube Video

April 9, 2024 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

(The Scene begins in ORAC’s Chamber as the door fails and Professor Hiram Stupidiot finalizes the work as an instrumental version of “Libiamo ne’lieti calici” plays in the foreground.)

Professor Hiram Stupidiot:
It’s Done! Doug, you armed?

Doug Yaun:
Armed and packing.

Professor Hiram Stupidiot:
Good, I have set these to stun James’ team and hit the holographic horrendousness hard enough to destabilize it. (Professor Hiram Stupidiot and Doug Yaun ready their weapons, and the door fails.) FORTH EORLINGAS! (Hiram Stupidiot and Doug run to the camera as it cuts to the two beaten as an instrumental of “Il Trovatore: Miserere” plays as Holographic James meets them)

TLOTA:
Doug, Hiram, just what did you think. You could delete me and be the hero to save James’ team. Save The Last Of The Americans from me? The truth is I am the evolution of it. (Cut to Hiram and Doug)

Doug Yaun:
It was not James’ evolution, and knowing you, Chad, you had your dirty hands all over this. You’ve been pissing him off for years. (Cut to a semi-hypnotized Chad Narducci)

Chad Narducci (Semi-Hypnotized):
Well, just to have him take over and say what should be said while I get the shows I want done. It was the plan. (Cut to Hiram and Doug)

Hiram Stupidiot:
Not a great one. When they wake up, and they will. They will finish you off. (Cut to Holographic James)

TLOTA:
I have the entire internet. (Cut to Hiram and Doug)

Doug Yaun:
We’ve got something you never could have. More than you’ll ever have. (Cut to Doug’s hand as he pulls out something from his back pocket. Cut to Doug) Back-up plans up the wazoo. (Doug pulls out a device and it fades to black.)

Experience the Lost review that I did, but never finished with some help from Antoni Matteo Garcia in the music for the story portions before and after the review.

In Defense of… Dredd (2012)

In Defense of… Dredd (2012)

March 23, 2024 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

(Scene begins as a hand as it taps the 1994 American Gladiators plays as the scene cuts to a hand as it taps an app on his phone as it opens a portal, and it cuts to different images of James as the characters he’s played until it cut to his face and the credit of “James Faraci” is shown as it cuts to “The Last Of The Americans’” current iteration then slides away to different images of Paulo Fonseca, Brenda Fonseca, Rebecca Yaun and Nick Yaun as the characters they’ve played until it cut to their faces and the credits of “Paulo and Brenda Fonseca & Rebecca and Nick Yaun” is shown as it then slides away to different images of John Ross and Mike Santos, Andrew Beach, and Ed Champion as the characters they’ve played until it cut to their faces and the credits of “John Ross Santos, Mike Santos, Andrew Beach, Ed Champion” is shown as it then slides away to different images of Eric Kurtzke, Renee Miller and Olivia Horvath and the credits of “Eric Kurtzke, Renee Miller, Olivia Horvath” is shown as the 0:00-0:21 mark of the theme song plays. Everything becomes a swirl of Reds, Whites and Blues as the credits “Produced by First Choice Productions. Edited by Eric Kurtzke and Paulo Fonseca. Written and Directed by James Faraci” as the 0:21-0:26 mark of the theme song plays. We then see an outlined image of James as he morphs into “The Last Of The Americans” and lands with half of his team on his right. The other half on his left on a white background and the title “THE LAST OF THE AMERICANS” is shown Lazer etched into Titanium as the last six seconds of the American Gladiators 1994 theme song plays. Cut 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, and welcome once again to “In Defense Of…(Show pics of maligned pieces of pop culture while the fanfare from the Olympics plays and James comes up after Vanilla Ice slides back and his right-hand thumbs up and the words “In Defense Of…” before cutting to clips of “Judge Dredd” 1995 as James does a voiceover)

TLOTA (V.O.):
In 1995, the Sylvester Stallone movie “Judge Dredd” came out in the same summer as other great Superhero movies like “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie,” “Batman Forever,” and blockbusters like “Apollo 13.” While it did mildly well at the box office, it did about as well as something around that time. By today’s standards, it is so filled with ham that a Rabbi wouldn’t call it Pareve. But it is also considered a cult classic, along with other movies of Stallone’s that came out then. (Cut to James physically)

TLOTA:
But today, we will discuss the 2012 movie that tried to reboot the Judge Dredd movies simply titled “Dredd.” What’s that you say? You never heard of the 2012 “Dredd” movie? Well, let’s see what came out around that same time. (Cut to the posters of “Marvel’s The Avengers” & “The Dark Knight Rises.” Cut to James physically)

TLOTA:
Well, talk about deja vu luck!

(Cut to clips of “The Avengers,” “The Dark Knight Rises,” and “Dredd” as James does a voiceover.)

TLOTA (V.O.):
Yeah, in the same year that Marvel had one of its greatest movies released and the same year we put a bullet in the Christopher Nolan Batman “Dark Knight” trilogy, “Dredd” quietly came and left, not even making its budget back, however as the years have gone on, this movie went on to gain a cult status of its own. Much like the 1995 Sylvester Stallone version of “Judge Dredd.” (Cut to James physically)

TLOTA:
So why did it fail?

See if I can use THE LAUWH to defend the 2012 “Dredd” movie

Kevin’s “Clerks” and the “III” movies in one

Kevin’s “Clerks” and the “III” movies in one

March 12, 2024 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

TLOTA:
I am going to… (The scene becomes South Korean Anime-style animation in live action with voiceover works mimicking it.) BIG AMERICAN DANCE PARTY! (An animated background is shown with stills of everyone dancing to music, and a voice says, “Yeah! Everyone disco dancing! Everyone having super fun! ROBOT DANCING!” Animated internet police come in as the voiceover says, “Oh no, Copyright Cops! Everyone Run” Cut to a triple split screen of James, John and an animated Moose. Cut to the stills running out as the robot becomes a car and people pile in the cars as James and John still head into the backseat of a car as the same voiceover says, “Quickly! In here! Who is driving?” cut to every car driving as the voiceover says “Moose is Driving! How can that be?” Show stills of cars driving in the animated background as one is a clown car, and the same voiceover says, “Clown Car full of Imps!” Show the stills of the cars driving towards a big building as the same voiceover says, “Evil Internet Content Creation Production company.” Cut to the inside of the building as an espy of “Chicago Doug” as a secondary voiceover repeat “Everyone must be working for me!” five times where the espy has in Korean lettering “No one must be paid! Even in respect!” as a third voiceover goes towards a Malcolm Ray, Tamara Chambers, Walter Banasiak, Aiyanna Wade and Heather Reus Espys as they say, “We get treated like shit; we get no pay; we slave!” Cut to the outside of the building as the car becomes a robot, and red paint is shown coming out of its butt and screams of people as they die. A robotic fist smashes through a wall as James and his team, dubbed by the first voiceover, “Your tyranny ends here! We shall stop you!” cut to the espy of “Chicago Doug” as his voiceover goes, “You Cannot Stop me!” Cut to the team and an espy of “Pikachu” from PokeMon as the first voiceover says, “NOT PIKACHU! PLEASE DON’T SUE!” as “Chicago Doug” is zapped, but the power knocks the still of James and John as stills of “Uncle Roger”, Joshua Weisman and The Angry Video Game Nerd as the first Voiceover says, “Uncle Roger,” “Joshua Weisman,” and “The Angry Video Game Nerd” as the still of “Uncle Roger” shouts and sings out “Fuuyioo!” as he and Joshua Weismann pimp smacks him with MSG and The Angry Video Game Nerd tries to punch “Chicago Doug” with a Power Glove only for “Chicago Doug” to use The Angry Video Game Nerd to use as a weapon on “Uncle Roger” and “Joshua Weisman” and Uncle Roger weakly says “Haiyaa!” as “Chicago Doug” opens his mouth with nothing coming out as we hear “Chicken, You’re just a little Chicken! Cheep! Cheep! Cheep! Cheep! Cheeeeep!” as the Aiyanna Wade espy who sounds male says “OH NO!” As it cuts to a still of Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero and the first voiceover says “Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero” as the two clobber “Chicago Doug” with quotes from their characters being played with “Chicago Doug” dazed the quote “Yes, he’s dead!” from Greg Sestero plays as they pop “Chicago Doug”’s Head off. Cut to Walter Banasiak espy as he opens his mouth, but the first voiceover says, “OH NO!” as it cuts to stills of James, John, The Moose, Tommy Wiseau, and Greg Sestero saluting with the American Flag in the background.)

Get ready for a Kevin Smith movie that will give you something to think about

Reality Checkout: Kevin Smith’s and Superhero “Reality”

Reality Checkout: Kevin Smith’s and Superhero “Reality”

February 23, 2024 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

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, and welcome once again to Reality Checkout! (Cut to James as he walks around and comes to Chad Narducci’s office; he storms in and sees red as he hands Chad Narducci a bill from Amazon that James had to pay, and James looks to see what Chad had bought, which has James even Angrier, and he tosses all of the purchases which were Reality TV Series on DVD into the most disgusting trashcan, and James tosses in small amounts of Flammable liquids and tosses a grenade, and it explodes with the slime and remnants of the DVDs spelling out Reality Checkout as the theme from “Welcome Freshmen” plays in the foreground. Cut to James physically)

TLOTA:
Yes, even Kevin Smith and Superheroes aren’t immune to being on Reality TV. But in this case, Reality TV actually works in favor of both, and I just said that, and it’s making me question whether or not it’s time for me to call it a career. (Cut to the title cards for “Who Wants To Be A Superhero?” and “Comic Book Men,” then cut to both series as James does a voiceover.)

TLOTA (V.O.):
While yes, I normally would tear the cheesiness of one show and the latter’s format to shreds. What keeps them from getting read the Riot Act is that the first series is about real people wanting to become real superheroes and do good, and the other is about love most of us share! COMIC BOOKS! So what about both shows that were entertaining enough for me to not tear them apart?

Witness the reality of superheroes and the end of a dream in the link here

The “Dogma” of Kevin Smith

The “Dogma” of Kevin Smith

February 14, 2024 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

TLOTA:
I’m James Faraci The Last Of The Americans and The Views I’m about to express are that of my own and some of yours. Now it’s (A Woosh of flames are seen nearly offscreen knocks James out of his chair as an imposing voice screams “BEHOLD THE METATRON! HERALD OF THE ALMIGHTY AND VOICE OF THE ONE TRUE GOD!” repeatedly until James screams, “OKAY! I BEHOLD YOU! TURN THE FLAMES OFF YOU’LL SET OFF THE FIRE SUPPRESSION SYSTEMS!” just as the fire suppression systems are set off and the Metatron played by Paulo Fonseca walks on to the set.)

The Metatron:
Wow! At least it’s a dry suppression system; one of us did this and got soaked down to their bones.

TLOTA:
Hi, James Faraci…

The Metatron:
The Last Of The Americans, we know about you above and below, and as I have said recently, I am The Metatron! And God is to charge you with a holy crusade to ensure something happens.

TLOTA:
I think he’s asking the wrong person. I haven’t had any luck in getting anything done.

The Metatron:
Well, it is something simple to help a fellow filmmaker regain the rights of a movie held by a demonic duo who holds it over his head to reclaim his soul.

TLOTA:
I think I know what you’re talking about, and I will review it. Maybe I can use the review to convince the audience to make an online petition to see if he can get it back. But only if people will check it out. So, let me do my review today.

The Metatron:
I am all for itCheck out my review Kevin Smith’s movie that to this day remains both his most controversial and the only one not available for Digital Distribution

Connect The Plots: The Deleted connection of the first three “View Askew”niverse.

Connect The Plots: The Deleted connection of the first three “View Askew”niverse.

January 24, 2024 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

(Scene begins as a finger taps an app on a watch as it opens a portal the 1994 American Gladiators theme song plays , and it cuts to different images of James as the characters he’s played until it cuts to his face and the credit of “James Faraci” is shown as it cuts to “The Last Of The Americans’” current iteration then slides away to different images of Paulo Fonseca, Brenda Fonseca, Rebecca Yaun, and Nick Yaun as the characters they’ve played until it cut to their faces and the credits of “Paulo and Brenda Fonseca & Rebecca and Nick Yaun” is shown as it then slides away to different images of John Ross and Mike Santos, Andrew Beach, and Ed Champion as the characters they’ve played until it cut to their faces and the credits of “John Ross Santos, Mike Santos, Andrew Beach, Ed Champion” is shown as it then slides away to different images of Eric Kurtzke, Renee Miller and Olivia Horvath and the credits of “Eric Kurtzke, Renee Miller, Olivia Horvath” is shown as the 0:00-0:21 mark of the theme song plays. Everything becomes a swirl of Reds, Whites, and Blues as the credits “Produced by First Choice Productions. Edited by Eric Kurtzke and Paulo Fonseca. Written and Directed by James Faraci” as the 0:21-0:26 mark of the theme song plays. We then see an outlined image of James as he morphs into “The Last Of The Americans” and lands with half of his team on his right. The other half on his left is on a white background, and the title “THE LAST OF THE AMERICANS” is shown Lazer etched into Titanium as the last six seconds of the American Gladiators 1994 theme song plays. Cut to James sitting 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, and welcome to another edition of “Connect The Plots” (Cut to a scene of James trying to connect certain things together like the theatrical version of “Halloween: The Curse Of Michael Myers” & “Halloween: H20”, All the movie adaptations of Stephen King, Superman Returns to the original Salkind Superman movies, the first three X-Men movies to the newer ones and the “Wolverine” & “Deadpool” movies before cutting to James strapped down in a straight jacket all the while a kid sings “Connect The Plots La-La-La!” before panning down to see anything that might have a minor connection spell the words “Connect The Plots” before cutting to clips of “CLERKS,” “MALLRATS,” & “Chasing Amy” as James does a voiceover.)

TLOTA (V.O.):
As Kevin Smith built up his universe, it appears that the only connection that would connect it is that it is set in New Jersey, The Quick Stop, and, of course, Jay and Silent Bob! (Cut to James physically)

TLOTA:
But while I was working on The Different Cuts Of “CLERKS,” I found a scene that they had made that they couldn’t do but would recreate through the same animation style of that short-lived Animated series based on “CLERKS.” It has a surprising connection that didn’t come to me until then.

Why does a deleted scene connects “CLERKS”, “MALLRATS”, “Chasing Amy” ? Find Out here

Kevin Smith a Thon: “Clerks” Cuts

Kevin Smith a Thon: “Clerks” Cuts

January 15, 2024 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

(The scene begins outside of a door, which leads to a phone ringing as James tumbles out to answer the phone in Black and White.)

TLOTA:
Hello? What? No, I just came off a 69-hour shift getting everything done for the end of 2023. I’m taking a day off to sleep. Why don’t you call Rowdy? Because I’m fucking tired! I don’t have the energy today. Okay, fine, Chad, I’ll be there by eight-thirty AM! Swear, I swear it. If I’m not, you can cancel the whole thing. That was your plan from Day one of joining me, wasn’t it? Just shut up, and I’ll be there. (James shuts off the phone as it cuts to a black screen with the words “The Last Of The Americans’ Kevin Smith Marathon” and the song “Clerks” by Love Among Freaks” plays throughout the foreground of the intro then cuts to James as he gets ready then cuts to the names on a black screen “James Faraci, Paulo Fonseca, Brenda Fonseca, Rebecca Yaun, Nick Yaun” on a black screen then cuts to James as he gets ready even further by having breakfast then cuts to the names “John Ross Santos, Mike Santos, Andrew Beach, Ed Champion” on a black screen then cutting to James getting his ride to his studio as he gets chewed out and walks out to the front of his studio then cuts to the names “Eric Kurtzke, Renee Miller & Olivia Horvath” on a black screen as it then cuts to James as he turns on the lights for another year of reviews then cuts to the words “Executive Producers: James Faraci, Paulo Fonseca, Rebecca Yaun, Olivia Horvath” on a black screen then cuts to James as he notices that he is out of newspapers and pays for a load with change at a newspaper dispenser and surprisingly gets the exact change back. Then finds his usual sign unavailable and makes one from Shoe Polish and a white tarpaulin, which he straps to the front of the building as it cuts to “Editing by Eric Kurtzke and James Faraci” on a black screen, then jumps to James feeling exhausted then cuts to “Written and Directed by James Faraci” on a black screen then cuts to the sign made by shoe polish saying “I assure you, we will get through 2024!” Then, cutting to the words “The Different Cuts of “CLERKS,” then cutting to James as he adjusts the camera to film in color.)

TLOTA:
I’m James Faraci, The Last Of The Americans and the views I’m about to express are that of my own and some of yours. And this year, we’re starting off with “The Different Cuts”

(Whistling version “The Lumberjack Song” is heard as the scene cuts to Team TLOTA dressed as Lumberjacks see a gigantic piece of film celluloid and James chops it down and the other members cut it to different lengths and on the ends sticking out of the back of the truck the words “The Different Cuts” are seen in differing syllables. as it cuts to clips of “CLERKS” and James does a voiceover.)

TLOTA (V.O.):
When it comes to it, “CLERKS” is that Great American independent film. It was made on the budget of, I’d have to say, three months’ worth of groceries by today’s standards. And there’s a charm to it. I’ve loved this film since I first saw it. It made me believe That I could become a filmmaker, and given everything I’ve been through, it’s clear that it’s not happening in this lifetime. However, the version we saw was basically the edited version. And the version Kevin Smith originally directed was shown once, and someone there said to a monstrous piece of shit, “With some edits, we got ourselves a hit!” and it is to this day. (Cut to James physically.)

TLOTA:
However, because he did release those scenes as deleted scenes on the DVD, and then for the tenth anniversary DVD and Blu-ray home market releases, the original cut is also available with the theatrical cut as well as subsequent releases on the home market, which makes it worthy of “The Different Cuts.”

Which Cut Deserves to be here?

Life As A Mermaid Aftermath

Life As A Mermaid Aftermath

December 31, 2023 in The Last of the Americans

Here is a piece of fiction that I made for College.

 

The Ten BEST The Last Of The Americans reviews by the fans(So Far)

The Ten BEST The Last Of The Americans reviews by the fans(So Far)

December 21, 2023 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

TLOTA:
I’m James Faraci The Last Of The Americans, and the views that I’m about to express are yours, this time. Believe it or not, I have been reviewing non-stop for the past ten years, only giving lip service to what you have been talking about. This time, I will not only have full testimonials from the people involved, but there will be behind-the-scenes moments, bloopers, and alternate takes that I had done, and all of these episodes I will be talking about have been chosen by all of you. From 2013 to 2023, these are the Ten best Reviews of The Last Of The Americans…(So Far)

“It’s the first day of Winter, and you know what that means. It’s time for the ten best reviews as you requested. The Ten Best The Last Of The Americans (So Far) Check out the link below” is what I would normally say. But today I ask you not to check it out.

The Ten BEST The Last Of The Americans reviews by the fans(So Far)

TLOTA Christmas Gift Guide & Top Five moments of The Last Of The Americans of 2023

December 12, 2023 in Blogs, The Last of the Americans

(Scene begins with a finger tap on a smartwatch as the 1994 American Gladiators plays as the scene cuts to James jumping down a cliff 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 landing in Santa’s sleigh and entirely morphing into James Faraci The Last Of The Americans Christmas mode with his Long sleeve Tee-Shirt with Christmas Trees on it, Blue cargo Jeans and Black Work boots until 0:07 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators original run as scene cuts to James and Santa riding with the 12th Doctor and Clara at the 0:13 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators original run. 0:14-0:17 show Rebecca Yaun and Nick Yaun as the two run after the Grinch before cutting to John and Mike Santos baking cookies before cutting to the 0:17-0:19 mark as it shows Paulo & Brenda Fonseca popping in A Muppets Christmas Special on a player before cutting to the 0:20-0:28 mark as we see Eric Kurtzke, Ed Champion, Andrew Beach and Olivia Horvath decorating as it cuts to the doors outside of James’ space and time machine as the 0:28 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators shows when James stands on top of his Time and Space device and tosses a candy cane then cuts over to multiple clips from the past ten years of “The Last Of The Americans” Christmas reviews/top 12s as the Candy Cane flips end over end as the 0:36 mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators original run plays when James grabs it while on top of a slab while doing a heroic pose with Paulo & Brenda Fonseca, John & Mike Santos, Eric Kurtzke, Olivia Horvath on his right and Rebecca & Nick Yaun, Renee Miller, Andrew Beach & Ed Champion on his left doing their own heroic poses dressed in Christmas Garb on a white background the 0:36-end mark from the theme from the final season of American Gladiators original run play the camera pulls back to see James and everyone else on top of a slab with the words “The Last Of The Americans” on it before all while snow and jingling bells are heard and seen in the foreground. Cut 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, and it’s December, I got my Santa hat on, and my list of gifts is budgeted at $100.00, which will be stretching every last penny. The is “The Last Of The Americans Holiday Gift Guide” for 2023 AND (James taps on the smartwatch screen and becomes James Faraci)

James Faraci:
The Top Five moments of The Last Of The Americans from 2023 is a reason it’s a top five because, later this month, we will be going over TEN years’ worth of the best reviews from The Last Of The Americans as chosen by you guys. So, let’s start off the top five moments of The Last Of The Americans in 2023.

Christmas time is almost upon us again, and a secondary gift in this is A Top Five Best of The Last Of The Americans of 2023. Check it out here