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The real reason why Shia Labeouf is doing the binge watching his own movies event… to get back at the media???

Is the real reason Shia Labeouf doing the binge watching his own movies event in NYC is that it’s just his way of mocking the media for picking on him? It seems that’s what his goal is for this event. Shia has always been controversial in the media and the entertainment gossip media like to attack him for sure. I think this is just his way of getting back at them. To show them that he’s the real deal and he’s human, ya know? He wants to show the world that he isn’t fake.

If you go to that theater to watch movies with Shia and if you’re hoping to strike a conversation with the actor or even get an autograph or a selfie with him, don’t count on it. He’ll be mute. He’ll ignore people. It’s just his way of showing everyone he’s real. You want to sit next to Shia and say, “Hi”? All you’ll get from him is a handshake, that’s it.

http://www.ew.com/article/2015/11/10/shia-labeouf-all-my-movies-marathon

Shia wants to be treated like a real person and this is his way of messing with people’s heads. The gossip media destroyed his life and he’s retaliating.

Kev

Shia Labeouf binge watches his own movies in a movie theater in NYC with fans… interesting…

A lot of movie actors & actresses hate watching themselves on the big screen but Shia Labeouf doesn’t seem to mind watching his own movies and he seems to enjoy it. Shia Labeouf himself puts on an interesting event in NYC at a movie theater called, the Angelika Film Center. They will screen every Shia Labeouf movie that he ever did. They will screen his whole filmography. His whole filmography, even the smaller roles that he appeared in. They will even screen the two “Nymphomaniac” movies and the film “Fury”. This binge watching event is free for the public and Shia will be there to watch all of them so if you ever wanted to watch movies with a Hollywood actor, now’s your chance.

http://variety.com/2015/digital/news/shia-labeouf-livestream-filmography-1201637701/

Here’s the live feed of Shia himself watching his own films. I’ve watched a little bit of him watching his own movies and it’s funny stuff. He’s just sitting there eating away.

http://newhive.com/allmymovies

Love him or hate him, Shia has balls for this. Maybe he’s never watched his own movies before this and he just wanted to see himself for the first time. Maybe he simply wanted to give his fans and supporters the opportunity to hang out with him. Or maybe he’s bored and has nothing else better to do?

I can’t imagine those guys sitting in the theater watching the two “Nymphomaniac” movies with Shia. All of them having hard-ons and stuff, hahaha! It would be like being in a porno theater.

I would watch movies with Shia myself but not the “Nymphomaniac” movies. I would probably watch “Fury” with him ’cause that was a good movie and also “Lawless” was pretty good too. He may seem weird and has his problems like a lot of people but hey, he’s human like the rest of us. Other than that, he seems like a cool dude.

Kev

Report: Steven Spielberg agreed with the public that “Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” had problems but blames Lucas…

“Indiana Jones & The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”, the fourth installment to the Indy series has gotten negative feedback ever since it came out, and Steven Spielberg finally responds to the negative critics. He agreed with the public that Indy IV sucked, but he puts the blame on George Lucas for the bad movie.

Another thing that people’s been complaining about is the controversial Fridge scene in which Indy hides in to protect himself from an atomic bomb. Steven says he doesn’t blame Lucas for that scene, he blames himself.

Read the full story, here.

I’m one of the very few that actually loved Indy IV, I just didn’t like Shia Labeouf starring in it. I think it was pretty much him that ruined the movie. Without Shia, the movie would have been fine.

When they do Indy V, hopefully they get rid of Shia, and I’m hoping they make Indy V a more serious movie next time around, and not a popcorn flick. I think the next Indy movie should be more like, “Raiders”. Will they do the sci-fi thing again with Indy V? I don’t think they should do it again.

I think it would be kind of cool if they do a script on the Ark of Covenant, after all, the Ark did make a brief cameo in Indy IV. They better make Indy V soon, because Harrison is getting older.

Kev

 

Not a Cool Video: Shia Labeouf involved in bar brawl in Vancouver…

The star of “Transformers”, “Indy IV”, and “Wall Street 2”, Shia Labeouf is seen here in this video getting into a fight with some shirtless fat guy, at some bar in downtown, Vancouver. Shia was in town because he was filming his next movie, “The Company You Keep”, which is a Robert Redford directed thriller.

After the fight was broken up, another big man is seen yelling at Shia’s face, telling him he better lay low.

Whether Shia started it or not, he shouldn’t have been there. Why? Simply because he’s a superstar. An icon who has been in some pretty big blockbusters. If he’s out in a public bar, of course, he’s going to get all kinds of drunk people trying to start shit with him because I’m sure people are going to be jealous of his fame & fortune. That’s what all this is about, in my opinion. They all hate with jealous rage, you can clearly see jealousy written all over that guy’s face when he was yelling at him.

Kev

 

Report: “Transformers 4 & 5” to star Jason Statham?

The third installment to the Transformers trilogy, “Dark of the Moon”, was originally going to be the final film of the series. Due to the huge box office success of the third film, it’s no surprise they are going to keep going with the franchise after this. Steven Spielberg and Michael Bay are in early negotiations to discuss plans to shoot, “Transformers 4 & 5” back to back.

Only thing though, Shia Labeouf, the series main star will not return for the next films. They are very interested in action star, Jason Statham, to star the leading role instead.

Read the full story, here.

I hated the first Transformers movie and the second one, but the third one I actually loved a lot. They did a great job with the 3rd movie, “Dark of the Moon”, it was a great improvement.

I always thought Shia Labeouf was the wrong actor to play in these movies and they are finally starting to understand it. Jason Statham is a better choice. I’m a huge Transformers fan, I just want the movies to be better. I like Jason Statham. I enjoy a lot of his movies. He’s a great action star of this generation.

Kev

Film Review: “Transformers: Dark of the Moon”

Starring: Shia Labeouf, Rosie Huntington-Whitelay, John Turturro, John Malkovich, and Tyrese Gibson.

Directed by: Michael Bay

Today on this extremely hot day, I decided to go to the mall to check out, “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” in 3D. I wasn’t going to see this one in theater, I was going to wait for DVD, but since this movie is getting great reviews, I decided to check it out anyway. I’m a huge Transformers fan. Loved the action figures and the cartoon series. It’s just that I felt that Michael Bay ruined the Transformers legacy by making crap movies. The first two Transformers movies weren’t that good at all, I didn’t like them.

On with my review…

Plot/synopsis: In 1961, The Ark, a Cybertronian spacecraft has been found on the Earth’s moon by Autobots. President John F. Kennedy orders NASA to go to the moon to investigate this spacecraft. In present time, Optimus Prime finds a comatose Sentinel Prime (voiced by Star Trek’s, Leonard Nimoy), and Optimus Prime goes back to Earth to help revive him. Optimus Prime tries to talk Sentinel in rejoining the Autobots but Sentinel refuses and betrays the Autobots, joining the Decepticons of the Cybertronian race. The Cybertronian race is where the Autobots vs. the Decepticons race to the moon to see who gets to discover the secrets of the Ark first.

Enough with the plot. On with my thoughts…

Since I didn’t like the first two “Transformers” films, I’ll have to be honest that I was very impressed with “Dark Of the Moon”. This is definitely a winner for Michael Bay. I guess he re-watched the first two films and thought to himself, “Geez, I better make the next Transformers movie a good one”. Well, he did exactly that. I absolutely loved, “Dark of the Moon”. It’s a major improvement from the first two movies, so congrats to Michael Bay on a job well done.

Why was it so good? Well, it’s less family friendly. The film was very dark and violent all the way through. The reason the first two “Transformers” films didn’t work because they were too family friendly comedy, that’s NOT Transformers. Plus, the second movie was just so bad and the material was so offensive and racist.

In “Dark of the Moon”, while I don’t like Shia Labeouf as an actor, he was actually enjoyable in this movie, plus he didn’t hog too much screen time like he did in the first two films. Other things I liked about the film, I loved Leonard Nimoy voicing the villain of Sentinel Prime, Leonard did a great job. I also thought the CGI and special effects were very visual and realistic. It wasn’t as cartoonish.

Plus, the whole movie is just a lot of fun overall. It was action packed, all the way through. The plot and the writing was decent as well. The plot for the third movie actually stayed true to the Transformers franchise. I also love how the movie is 2 and a half hours long. Michael Bay finally did his homework and made a Transformers movie the right way, the way it’s supposed to be.

I really loved it! Good job, Michael!

Score for “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” = **** (4 stars as in “excellent”)

Kev

Report: Shia Labeouf and Harrison Ford both hate “Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” too?

Not only that Shia openly admits to hating “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen”, he is also admitting to hate “Indiana Jones and The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull”. Guess what folks? Shia isn’t alone on hating the new Indy movie. It seems that Harrison Ford even hates it himself. Although Harrison Ford himself haven’t spoken publicly trashing the movie, like he didn’t mind Shia passing the word for it. Now you figured out why George Lucas and Spielberg are planning to do Indy V, because they are trying to make a good Indy movie.

In my opinion, Shia shouldn’t blame himself. It wasn’t him that ruined the movie. I believe it was the writing, too much CGI. Maybe the public didn’t like the idea of mixing Indiana Jones with Science Fiction when it should focus on history. “Crystal Skull” felt too much of a popcorn movie instead of a serious movie like “Raiders of the Lost Ark” and “The Last Crusade”. Plus the most popular complaint about the film of them all is when Indy hides in a refrigerator to protect himself from an atomic bomb. I’ll agree that the scene was kind of silly, but I think the rest of the movie was fine. Honestly, I actually liked Indy IV “Crystal Skull”. It wasn’t a bad film, I liked the idea of mixing Indy with sci-fi, it made it a different Indy movie. It was entertaining, that’s all it is. I think Lucas had too much Star Wars mixed into Indy, that could be what it is.

When these guys start to do Indy 5, lets hope they make it right so Indy fans can be happy. They need to make the next Indy film more like, “Raiders/The Last Crusade”. They need to keep away from the popcorn CGI baloney and make it a serious Indy film. I hope they make the next one real good so they won’t get a backlash by the haters again. I have a feeling though, Lucas and Spielberg will probably make Indy V a popcorn film again, wouldn’t surprise me. Lucas and Spielberg are a couple of HUGE egos who don’t care what the fans want to see, yet they only amuse themselves with their film making.

More on it here:

http://movies.yahoo.com/news/usmovies.accesshollywood.com/shia-labeouf-dropped-ball-indiana-jones-sequel

Kev