Watching Shia LaBeouf watch Transformers is better than watching Transformers

Is he a genius or insane?

Jack Shepherd
Thursday 12 November 2015 11:15

As you may be aware, actor and performance artist Shia LaBeouf is currently live-streaming himself watching every film he’s ever featured in.

The internet has become somewhat obsessed with the Actual Cannibal's latest art project #ALLMYMOVIES, with thousands watching him cry, laugh and sleep through all 29 feature length films.

Appropriately, the highlights so far have come from Shia’s worst films, particularly his emotional journey through the Transformers trilogy - the third of which grossed $1.124 billion while being critically panned for its absurd script.

The 29-year-old’s reaction to the film, as you may expect, was that of shia horror, culminating in a little nap. See below.

Throughout the marathon screening, Shia is remaining mute. Members of the public, meanwhile, are able to watch the movies alongside the actor.

Artists Luke Turner and Nastja Sade Ronkko are once again involved in the ‘installation’, having worked with Shia on his Los Angeles-based project #IAMSORRY.

The full timetable is as follows (US)


Man Down - 12pm

Fury - 1.30pm

Nymphomaniac Vol.1 - 3.45pm

Nymphomaniac Vol.2 - 5.45pm

Charlie Countryman - 7.45pm

Company You Keep - 9.30pm

Lawless - 11.30pm


Transformers: Dark of the Moon - 1.30am

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps - 4am

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen - 6.10am

Eagle Eye - 8.40am

New York, I Love You - 10.40am

Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull - 12.20pm

Transformers - 2.20pm

Surf’s Up - 4.50pm

Disturbia - 6.20pm

Bobby - 8.05pm

Guide to Recognising Your Saints - 10.05pm

Greatest Game Ever Played - 11.45pm


Constantine - 1.45am

I, Robot - 3.45am

Battle of Shaker Heights - 5.45am

Charlie’s Angels Full Throttle - 7.05am

Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd - 8.50am

Even Stevens Moie - 10.20am

Holes - 11.50am

Monkey Business - 1.50pm

The Christmas Path - 3.20pm

Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind - 4.55pm

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