Case for Shia LaBeouf’s Sanity Part II

As many of you read back in June, I am a huge fan of Shia LaBeouf. He’s funny, he’s cute and he’s personable, but lately, he’s insane.

As his second shot at performance art (since the “I Am Sorry” exhibit didn’t go over too well), Shia decided to invite the masses to sit down and watch all of his movies with him in reverse chronological order, not-so-cleverly titling the piece #ALLMYMOVIES.

The piece was open for 24 hours a day, with free admission, and you could also live stream it. The only thing is that instead of watching the movie, you’re watching Shia watch the movie. The schedule was as followed:

  1. Man Down
  2. Fury
  3. Nymphomaniac: Vol. II
  4. Nymphomaniac: Vol. I
  5. Charlie Countryman
  6. The Company You Keep
  7. Lawless
  8. Transformers: Dark of the Moon
  9. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
  10. Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
  11. New York, I Love You
  12. Eagle Eye
  13. Indiana Jones: Crystal Skull
  14. Transformers
  15. Surf’s Up
  16. Disturbia
  17. Bobby
  18. A Guide to Recognizing your Saints
  19. The Greatest Game Ever Played
  20. Constantine
  21. iRobot
  22. The Battle of Shaker Heights
  23. Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle
  24. Dum and Dumberer: Harry/Lloyd
  25. Holes
  26. The Even Stevens Movie
  27. Tru Confessions
  28. Hounded
  29. Breakfast with Einstein (trailer not available)

At times things were boring.
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Sometimes, they were funny.
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At one point Shia started to question why he went into acting at all.
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And during one movie shit got so bad that he just had to get up and go take a nap.
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All in all, the movie marathon *ahem* I mean piece, was interesting, but I think really made Shia question his life’s work… and not in a good way
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