You Can Watch Shia LaBeouf Watch His Movies Because ... Art

Shia LaBeouf's latest stunt is a three-day marathon of him watching all his movies, including a live stream of the event.
Posted at 12:14 PM, Nov 11, 2015

Shia LaBeouf is out there being Shia LaBeouf again. 

This time, he is showing a three-day marathon of every movie he has ever made at a theater in New York and letting fans watch it with him. 

There's even a live stream of him watching his films. Yup, a three-day-long live stream of Shia LaBeouf staring at a movie screen. 

It's called #AllMyMovies, and it's far from LaBeouf's first foray into some kind of fame-examining performance art. (Video via Berlin International Film Festival)

There was the time he wore a bag over his head on the red carpet that said "I am not famous anymore."

Then he got accused of plagiarizing a short film he wrote and had the #IAmSorry event.  

One person at a time could sit in a room with the actor while he sat silently looking like he was on the verge of tears. 

Now there's #AllMyMovies, and no one is quite sure what to think of the event. Some are calling it "hell" and others are calling it "oddly captivating."

The live stream is about as interesting as it sounds. Sometimes he laughs at his movies, but most of the time he just sits there staring at the screen. Apparently, he did lie down in the aisle and sleep for a bit, though. 

It's kind of hard to tell if this is art, narcissism or both, but at least this event gave some people another chance to see "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" in theaters once again. 

This video includes images from Getty Images.