How Shia LaBeouf Reacted to Every One of His Movies


As Shia LaBeouf has been live-streaming himself watching all of the movies he's been in for three days street at Angelika Film Center in New York, we've seen his expressions change from glee to boredom to just zonked out. Here we’ve amassed a catalog of all the major reactions LaBeouf had to his films.

Man Down


Nymphomaniac, Volumes 1 & 2

He was visibly entranced during both installments of Nymphomaniac and all of its sex scenes.

At some point, he started to get cold.

The Company You Keep

He got a little sleepy during Robert Redford’s 2012 political thriller that you probably haven't seen.


Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Like all of us, he can barely seem to stomach the third Transformers movie.

Until he just straight up fell asleep.

Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen

So we’ve established that he really does not see it through for the Transformers movies.

New York, I Love You

He’s in one short segment in this film, so who knows if he’s ever seen any of the other parts. But he enjoyed himself!

Eagle Eye

He had to concentrate really hard to figure out what was happening in Eagle Eye (or maybe why he made it).

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

LaBeouf right now, probably: “WTF? Aliens?” Same.


Oh no. More Transformers.

Surf’s Up

But happy days are back!



LaBeouf made a friend during Bobby, which was a blessing, because he seemed bored by it.

A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints

This film brought him to tears.

The Greatest Game Ever Played


I, Robot

He skipped out on Will Smith for a nap.

The Battle of Shaker Heights

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle

He enjoyed the second (extremely underrated) Charlie’s Angels film.

Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd

This ... is a movie that exists. He didn’t seem to mind it.


He enjoyed the movie with one of Sigourney Weaver’s most important roles ever.

The Even Stevens Movie

Like all of us, LaBeouf loves The Even Stevens Movie.

Tru Confessions

It's nearly impossible to not enjoy a Disney Channel original movie.


Breakfast with Einstein

And now, it's all over.