Project London is a tour de force of actors who overcompensate their complete lack of understanding of their characters by overacting, underacting, or simply looking away from the camera and counting down the seconds until the scene will finish. For most of them, it seems that the only thing worse than acting in Project London is watching Project London. John Fantasia, for example, is a particularly saddening actor whose youtube channel plays testament to his failure to even achieve the role of a corporate animal mascot. Other highlights of his youtube channel include remarkably insensitive portrayals of South Americans interspersed with impersonations and mimicries of more successful actors, all of which are performed in the cold isolation of his garage. Indeed it seems, looking at his filmography, that John Fantasia holds the rare prestige of having acted in more films than he's actually seen.
Whilst John Fantasia was turned down to play the 'AT&T Squirrel' (presumably on the basis that he was unable to empathize with, or even simulate, the most rudimentary of character portrayals, instead bumbling around a largely vacant room, squawking incessantly in a shrill register about the price of trees), he managed to land himself the role of the lead villain within Project London. To give him credit, he is working with a script which must now be cheaper than blank paper.
But as the old adage goes, in the kingdom of the blind the one eyed man is king, and up against the rest of the brainless cast, whose acting talent could be exceeded by ballistic torsos, John Fantasia's performance is Oscar worthy.
Review by Johnny Fantasya from the Internet Movie Database.