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Shia LeBeouf Movies Part Of Actor?s Bizarre Performance Arts Spiel: What And Why Was He Doing It?

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Actor Shia LeBeouf is apparently watching his own movies all day in the cinema. LeBeouf will be viewing all 27 of his movies and he?s also invited everyone to watch with him. This event will be another piece to LeBeouf?s bizarre performance arts which is called ?#AllMyMovies.?

According to the Washington Post, ?#AllMyMovies? is a performance art in which LeBeouf will be watching all of his films, in reverse chronological order, at the Angelika Film Center in New York City. The event started at 12PM on Nov. 10 and will end at around 7PM on Nov. 12. Admission is free and you can watch a livestream of LeBeouf watching his own films by checking out this link.

Here is the list of movies from Washington Post:

Tuesday (November 10)

  • Man Down
  • Fury
  • Nymphomaniac (Volume 1)
  • Nymphomaniac (Volume 2)
  • Charlie Countryman
  • Company You Keep
  • Lawless

Wednesday (November 11)

  • Transformers: Dark of the Moon
  • Wall Street ? Money Never Sleeps
  • Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
  • Eagle Eye
  • New York, I Love You
  • Indiana Jones ? Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
  • Transformers
  • Surf?s Up
  • Disturbia
  • Bobby
  • Guide to Recognizing Your Saints
  • Greatest Game Ever Played

Thursday (November 12)

  • Constantine
  • I, Robot
  • Battle of Shaker Heights
  • Charlie?s Angels ? Full Throttle
  • Dumb and Dumberer ? When Harry Met Lloyd
  • Even Stevens Movie
  • Holes
  • Monkey Business
  • The Christmas Path
  • Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind

?I think it?s so interesting the Shia?s reclaiming his career,? Erik Rogers, a performance artist, told Gothamist, according to the Washington Post. ?I?ll be interested to see how he?s reacting to his own stuff, because I think he?s going to amp up the performance of like, this is me watching my own film, particularly in ?Nymphomaniac,? where he?s got some kinda questionable scenes.?

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