Good afternoon, Fellow Goblins of The World!

Shia LaBeouf is back and ready to bare almost everything in this somewhat biographic effort based on his own screenplay.


From a screenplay by Shia LaBeouf, based on his own experiences, award winning filmmaker Alana Har’el brings to life a young actor’s stormy childhood and early adult years as he struggles to reconcile with his father through cinema and dreams.

LaBeouf himself turns in a portrayal of his father figure, with Noah Jupe and Lucas Hedges as child Shia and young man Shia, respectively.

Directed by Alma Har’el, one of the “Top 12 female filmmakers ready to direct a blockbuster”, who also gave us the window into the life of a few lost souls in Bombay Beach, this movie appears to be LaBeouf’s cinematic explanation of his seemingly bonkers behaviour over the last few years.

What Is This Offering?

As with Shia LaBeouf existing as a sentient being, I’m not entirely sure what to make of this as yet. Obviously I will need to watch this possible ordeal to form a more decisive opinion. I think Shia has found a kindred spirit in Har’el, as she loves a bit of real shit and all that comes with a life outside of the — dare I say it — ordinary.

A ginger Israeli is the opposite of ordinary

Other Opinions

It’s already being lauded by critics as the “movie to heal 2019” and a “glorified version of drama therapy”… OK THEN. 

Some movie “experts” are also saying Mr. LaBeouf will be up to collect a variety of Oscars for this turnout.

I can’t fucking wait for that acceptance speech if he does manage to land one. Fingers crossed for that alone, Goblins!

Worth a Watch?


I mean, it also has FKA Twigs starring, so that alone will have me downloading it!

Another crazy redhead!

Honey Boy is playing in select theaters now and will likely drop on Amazon Prime in the New Year. See it soon and let us know your thoughts.

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