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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 9
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2014-02-14 01:16:01 AM  
5 votes:

DKinMN: 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

It was only a little more stupid than a few other episodes from the previous films. They aren't supposed to be realistic.

That scene was dumb. So is jumping out of a plane in a raft and surviving.

The movie was a piece of garbage, though. The effects looked terrible, the plot was awful. I got up and said it felt like George Lucas just took a two hour long shiat in my eyes and ears, and the theater broke out in applause. It was so bad. So, so bad.

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



Oh for crying out loud, yeah.... The whole movie was pure, unadulterated awful from beginning to end. I don't know how Spielberg didn't Alan Smithee it. I guess his paycheck was fat enough to turn his conscience off.

The only thing I disagree with you on is that it was only a little more stupid than the previous ones. I disagree. Sure the previous ones had magical shiat, and a few spectacular but unrealistic stunts - but this was way dumber by leaps and bounds. The previous ones just had a few things you needed to suspend your disbelief for to enjoy them comfortably. This one took your disbelief, strangled it and cracked its skull open with a rock. And sooooo much of the movie was Lucas going, "Remember that thing that was fun from the previous movies? Look! We're doing that again but WAY BIGGER AND WAY DUMBER!! Isn't that awesome you morons?!? You liked it when they went over the waterfall in that raft, huh? Well let's have them go over THREE stupid looking waterfalls! That's three times better, right? GIVE ME THAT MONEY YOU biatchFARKS."
2014-02-14 03:21:17 AM  
4 votes:
Hey, I find the "Shia LaBeouf is responsible for every famous quote ever" meme as entertaining as anyone else, but it's tough to hate on a guy who seems to be legitimately losing his mind. I'm reserving my scorn for nutjobs like Jenny McCarthy who hurt other people with their crazy. So far LaBeouf is only hurting himself, and even though I dislike his onscreen presence in movies, that's not reason enough to enjoy watching him come apart at the seams. I honestly hope he gets some help. Real help, not the hippy-dippy religious or do-nothing "rehab" center help that celebrities usually rely on to fix their PR problems but not their actual issues.

/and yeah, blaming Shia for Crystal Skull is like blaming Hayden Christensen for the last two Star Wars prequels. He was a bad ingredient in a sh*t stew, but he wasn't the cook who decided to make sh*t stew in the first place.
2014-02-14 02:08:19 AM  
3 votes:

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.
2014-02-14 12:38:51 AM  
2 votes:

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


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2014-02-14 06:22:24 AM  
1 votes:

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.


I actually hated the fridge scene less than I hated the aliens and the scene with all the indigenous people popping out of.....where ever it was, a cave or something to attack them. I was like really, that's all those people do all day, sit around in a cave all dressed up, hiding, night after night, year after year, in case someone wanders in? They don't guard the entrance or anything, they just hang around and wait, inside. Hidden. The way it was presented made so little sense it was pretty insulting. It seemed like they wanted to have a fight scene, but they were too lazy to figure out a premise so they said hey! let's just have a bunch of dudes in paint and feathers pop out all over the place! Yeah!

The whole movie was like a bunch of terrible ideas someone wrote feverishly on sticky notes at 2 am while drunk, and then they shot the movie off those notes instead of hiring someone to write an actual script that made sense or had cohesion or was in any way good.
2014-02-14 03:14:02 AM  
1 votes:
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.
2014-02-14 12:52:14 AM  
1 votes:
This blogger is far more annoying than Shia could ever be.
2014-02-14 12:51:49 AM  
1 votes:
All this time, I thought Shia LaBeouf was the most annoying person in the world. Turns out I was off by at least one.
2014-02-14 12:30:31 AM  
1 votes:
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

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