View Poll Results: Does every movie with Shia LaBeouf suck?

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  • I find nothing wrong with him.

    116 67.44%
  • He's awful!

    39 22.67%
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  1. #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by z0phi3l View Post
    That's because there hasn't been a truly GOOD movie in over a decade. We've had a few decent remakes and sequels, bunch of money making mediocre movies but nothing good in a long time, and no Avatar was not good, it was an OK CGI film with a retread plot
    I can name you about 50 good movies the past decade, out of those 50 I can name you 10 classics that will forever be classics.

  2. #42
    He's awful because the movies he "stars" in are thin on plot. There is nothing for him to act....he might as well be doing Porn tbh.

    Sure there are big explosions, CGI and/or big breasted women with little clothing in all of them - which typically doesn't translate to memorable characters - just BOOOOOM....LIGHTSHOW>>>>BOOBIES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    He ruined Indiana Jones 4

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    Just seems to be the same character he plays in each movie. Or carries the same attitude.
    "If you want to control people, if you want to feed them a pack of lies and dominate them, keep them ignorant. For me, literacy means freedom." - LaVar Burton.

  5. #45
    you tube.com/watch?v=8IXCK1EyP4s

  6. #46
    Quote Originally Posted by Fazdran View Post
    If you had told me this kid would have been playing Sam Witwicky in Transformers movies later on, I'd have laughed at you and told you to get the hell out.
    He's done very well in terms of moving up.

    I agree. Also, I think he had a nose job. His nose doesn't look like that now.

  7. #47
    if he isn't bad, than he should start finding better scripts... in the transformer movies he seems very casual and everytime getting the hottest chick, not convincing should act more badass then.

  8. #48
    the problem i have with him is, in every single movie he's in, he's the same character. he's that big mouth, fast talking know it all kid, and it gets old... really... really... fast. he has to break away from that persona and make something proper before i can start liking him -,-

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by Bodom View Post
    He ruined Indiana Jones 4
    Indiana Jones 4 ruined Indiana Jones 4. It should've never been done, no matter what the plot would've been. Somethings are better left as they are. Indiana Jones was perfect as a trilogy, no need to try to add to perfection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dannz View Post
    the problem i have with him is, in every single movie he's in, he's the same character. he's that big mouth, fast talking know it all kid, and it gets old... really... really... fast. he has to break away from that persona and make something proper before i can start liking him -,-
    Seems to be working just fine for Ben Stiller, playing the same character over and over.

  11. #51
    TF 3 was the best of the trilogy (With TF 1 being amusing, TF 2 being sickening, and TF 3 being a surprisingly decent action movie)... Not sure why you watched it if you liked the others, or how you watched it thinking it wasn't as good as the other... Whatever the case may be. Either way, I thought Eagle Eye was decent. He's not a bad actor. He's just in cheesy movies... HIGH GROSSING cheesy movies. Nothing wrong with that.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tzzentch View Post
    honestly what happened in BC? it's like the 60's of WoW everything is in awful colours, shit doesn't make sense and i feel like i'm trippin bawls everytime i level an alt past 58...
    Shattarath is kinda pretty but outside is a technicolor nightmare that looks like someone tied horses to the contrast slider and fired a rifle

  12. #52
    theres reasons T2 sucked, there was a writer "strike" (or something) and they just didnt have the man power to keep the story inline.
    t3 "sucked" story wise just cause michael bay wanted 2 hours of exlotions and robots fighting. the end of the movie felt a lil rushed to end, and if they left out the autobots figuring out that sentinal betrayed em and such it probably woulda saved 45 mins and put in an "OH SHIT DIDNT SEE THAT COMIN"
    as for shia, i respect him after he talked about t2 and t3, he said that 2 would be fairly crap and he wasnt happy with it, right to reporters and such.
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  13. #53
    Quote Originally Posted by Skizzit View Post
    Seems to be working just fine for Ben Stiller, playing the same character over and over.
    plenty of actors that do it. stalone is always the same hardass, bruce willis has been the same character for decades, can name a bunch more... but a whiny-big-mouth-know-it-all-kid ain't one of my favorit type of characters :3

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    Quote Originally Posted by smartAXE View Post
    theres reasons T2 sucked, there was a writer "strike" (or something) and they just didnt have the man power to keep the story inline.
    t3 "sucked" story wise just cause michael bay wanted 2 hours of exlotions and robots fighting. the end of the movie felt a lil rushed to end, and if they left out the autobots figuring out that sentinal betrayed em and such it probably woulda saved 45 mins and put in an "OH SHIT DIDNT SEE THAT COMIN"
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    Agreed... Only reason I liked the movie, really. No long, drawn out "I feel so betrayed!" nonsense. No long drawn out morals. No ending like "I will let you live to show you I'm the better man D:"



    It was just like...

    "We will kill them all" D:<

    "Wanna make a treaty *insert troll face*?"

    "NO BITCH *SMASH*"

    "Surely you know why I did what I did!"

    *bang*

    ---------- Post added 2011-07-11 at 01:00 PM ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Exera View Post
    I can name you about 50 good movies the past decade, out of those 50 I can name you 10 classics that will forever be classics.
    Agreed here too. guy you quoted doesn't know what he's talking about. This has been a GREAT time for movies. Lots of things that have gone outside of the box.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tzzentch View Post
    honestly what happened in BC? it's like the 60's of WoW everything is in awful colours, shit doesn't make sense and i feel like i'm trippin bawls everytime i level an alt past 58...
    Shattarath is kinda pretty but outside is a technicolor nightmare that looks like someone tied horses to the contrast slider and fired a rifle

  15. #55
    havnt seen too much with him but, Disturbia was a good movie and wall street was good

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    Fixed the thread title since OP spelled his name wrong...

    I don't mind the guy. He's been in some flops, but so has everyone. The things I dislike about movies he's in don't really have to do with him.

  17. #57
    He reminds me of a young Mark Wahlberg. Not a compliment. As for no good movies in the last decade... deserves its own thread. There are plenty.

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    Only movie I ever liked him in was Disturbia, he was excellent on that

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeggBundy View Post
    I guess you had to have hated the first movie then with all the Ark of the Covenant shit in it? I'm assuming you didn't like the holy grail aspect because it had a religious tone to it? If that's the case, you do realize the Ark was a major thing in the bible and basically contained God's wrath and wisdom in it, while the grail was more of a medieval story. Temple of Doom was just a bad, hastily put together 80's action flick! Crystal Skull was just a sad and laughable letdown of a movie, as well as all the transformers movies.
    All movies had a religious tone to it, even from other religions but the first movie was toned down much more than the last crusade and they didn't shove it in your face every 2 minutes.

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    I've only seen Transformers and Eagle Eye, but I kinda like his acting style in both those movies. It reminds me of Owen Wilson; just that happy-go-lucky, somewhat facetious attitude of not taking anything seriously. I'd be keen to check out some of those other movies people have mentioned - not to see how he acts in them, but because they sound like interesting movies.

    I haven't seen the other two Transformers movies because I just imagined them being all action and no story. Plus, I have never liked that wench Megan Fox ever since seeing the first movie (she's not in the third though, right?). Something about her makes my skin crawl and I've never understood why people drooled over someone so anorexic and shallow. No offense to fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skizzit View Post
    Seems to be working just fine for Ben Stiller, playing the same character over and over.
    Ben Stiller has built up a reputation as such a funny guy that he can be that comical dude all the time. He and Jack Black could do almost anything and people would still watch the movie, no matter how bad the script. Plus, Ben Stiller will always get his "crew" around him: Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn, Wil Ferrell etc. - and it just brings the comedy to life. Sometimes it falls flat in terms of quality comedy; but the movies will always get an audience because Ben Stiller is in essence a funny guy.

    Shia has made a bit of a reputation for himself as being the same character over and over; but whether people actually like that or not is another story. Maybe he will mature and do what Jim Carrey did: act in more dramatic roles. Jim Carrey proved to us that he isn't all Mask and Ace Ventura, which I think is pretty gutsy. Who knows what Shia will do in the future? His primetime career only just kicked off a few years ago and by all accounts he is still young. Just look at the A-class actors and how far they've come by the time they are A-class actors.

    Not that Shia is guaranteed to ever shift up to being an A-class actor, but the potential for him to grow and pick up good scripts and show off a different character is there. Many more years ahead to grow. He may never be an Edward Norton or a Christopher Walken; but he could be an Owen Wilson or a Jim Carrey.

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