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(YouTube)   Blogger tapes his one-on-one encounter with the human wax dummy Shia LaBeouf at his 'Apology Art Show': "I cannot forgive you for Indiana Jones and The Crystal Skull, just an abomination"   (youtube.com) divider line 64
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2014-02-14 12:05:55 PM  
I just want to sit in front of him for a few minutes, saying the usual things.

Then, I'll make like I'm turning around to leave, and do a quick "BOO!" at him.
 
2014-02-14 12:25:52 PM  

Gyrfalcon: What's the point of saying all this to a wax dummy of Shiatstain leBeef when what we all want to do is kick the REAL Shaitstain leBeef in the nuts as hard as we possibly can, for as long as our legs have strength?

God, I hate him, and I've never even seen anything he was in, except the first Transformers, and that was by accident. He has the range and emotional depth to make Keanu Reeves look like Laurence Olivier.


I think you are in love with him.
 
2014-02-14 12:58:25 PM  
This is the single stupidest thing to have ever occurred.
 
2014-02-14 01:37:52 PM  
In a world where we can't wait two seconds for a video to load, the first two minutes of this are worthless.
 
2014-02-14 02:09:58 PM  
 
2014-02-14 02:32:40 PM  

FlyingJ: iggie
http://laist.com/2014/02/13/marina_abramovic_calls_shia_labeouf.php


I'm glad to know that I wasn't the only one who noticed the resemblance in the performances.

FTA: "It's so manipulative, and it's so complicated to answer," she said.

What's that? A narcissist...being manipulative? Whoda thunk it.
 
2014-02-14 03:26:55 PM  

Uzzah: All this time, I thought Shia LaBeouf was the most annoying person in the world. Turns out I was off by at least one.


Came here to say this... As much as LaBeouf and this spectacle annoy me, I want to cock punch this stupid video blogger guy more than any other non politician on the planet right now.
 
2014-02-14 03:31:17 PM  

elgripe: Waiting in line to ... yell at him or shiat in front of him or wipe his tears or... what a waste of human energy and spirit. It's... sick.


I was thinking this as well... Why the fark do people feel the need to do this? None of these people were directly affected by any of this plagiarism shiat, I'm sure. They really need to all go home and take a long, deep look in the mirror. Everyone involved should be ashamed of themselves, LaBeouf included.
 
2014-02-14 03:32:08 PM  

Iggie: Apos: What will it take to jettison this cartoonishly amateurish plagiarist into deep space?

I bet Marina Abramovic is thinking the same thing right now.

[www.glenwoodnyc.com image 537x364]


Beat me to it. Nice.
 
2014-02-14 05:12:08 PM  

Smashed Hat: DKinMN: But, don't put it all on that ridiculous scene. You didn't even get to the CGI monkeys.

Yeah people always point out the fridge scene but honestly, if the rest of the movie had been at least passably good that scene would have just come off as a comic moment and I doubt anyone would be bothered by it. I actually like how he stumbles into the fake town because it was funny at at least kind of historically accurate as far as how they did nuclear testing. The movie gets SO much worse after that.

It's like saying the worst part about the Phantom Menace was Jar Jar when in reality every part of the Phantom Menace was the worst part of the Phantom Menace.


whoa
stop right there.
while Phantom Menace wasn't fantastic, i still don't get all the hate on it (outside of jar jar.... & the long boring pod race.  & the midichrloian thing & probably a few other things)

but to compare that to the abomination that was the last indiana jones ... that's just out of line.
 
2014-02-14 05:45:33 PM  

Hijack: Iggie: Apos: What will it take to jettison this cartoonishly amateurish plagiarist into deep space?

I bet Marina Abramovic is thinking the same thing right now.

[www.glenwoodnyc.com image 537x364]

Beat me to it. Nice.


Hehehe...The Asshole is Present, right?
 
2014-02-14 05:55:21 PM  
That movie sucked, but it wasn't Shia's fault... He did what was asked of him.
 
2014-02-14 11:05:01 PM  

reklamfox: I am a HUGE fan of the original 3 and was excited when that movie came out, but it turned out to be so bad that it's the only movie that ever got me to leave the theater before it was finished. The refrigerator scene was so stupid, I was actually offended and walked out before it was over. To this day I have no clue how it ended

/end CSB


I could deal with the refrigerator -- I'd already had to deal with the "metal gunpowder" that would fly through the air towards a magnet. The point that pissed me off to no return was Indy in quicksand and they throw him a snake to pull himself out with; and then he's so terrified he initially won't touch it and practically freezes in terror. In  Raiders when he finds the snake in the airplane he just yells angrily, he doesn't burst into tears and jump out the plane. Yes, it's established that he's afraid of snakes, but we always saw in the other movies that he can deal with them if needed -- like when he'd going to die if he doesn't.

The amount of fake-looking props and computer effects was my secondary big complaint. The sword-fight-car-chase looked distractingly green-screened, and the "Crystal Skull" looked like a plastic paperweight with a wad of saran wrap stuffed inside.

I didn't inherently object to aliens, but they didn't really match with anything else in the series or even that one film up till the point of revealing them, and since nothing whatever really came of it, it just seemed so pointless.
 
2014-02-15 01:44:04 AM  

Sobekneferu: reklamfox: I am a HUGE fan of the original 3 and was excited when that movie came out, but it turned out to be so bad that it's the only movie that ever got me to leave the theater before it was finished. The refrigerator scene was so stupid, I was actually offended and walked out before it was over. To this day I have no clue how it ended

/end CSB

I could deal with the refrigerator -- I'd already had to deal with the "metal gunpowder" that would fly through the air towards a magnet. The point that pissed me off to no return was Indy in quicksand and they throw him a snake to pull himself out with; and then he's so terrified he initially won't touch it and practically freezes in terror. In  Raiders when he finds the snake in the airplane he just yells angrily, he doesn't burst into tears and jump out the plane. Yes, it's established that he's afraid of snakes, but we always saw in the other movies that he can deal with them if needed -- like when he'd going to die if he doesn't.

The amount of fake-looking props and computer effects was my secondary big complaint. The sword-fight-car-chase looked distractingly green-screened, and the "Crystal Skull" looked like a plastic paperweight with a wad of saran wrap stuffed inside.

I didn't inherently object to aliens, but they didn't really match with anything else in the series or even that one film up till the point of revealing them, and since nothing whatever really came of it, it just seemed so pointless.


Get a copy of the first draft of the script - pre - Darabont - aliens make a LOT more sense in that version.
 
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