If you haven’t been watching Shia LaBeouf watch all of his movies over the past several days, you’ve seriously been missing out. You especially missed out yesterday, when the actor reached the early portion of his career. Instead of Transformers and that ilk, fans of the actor were privy to watching him watch such classics as Holes and The Even Stevens Movie. It was during the showing of the Disney Channel original movie, that LaBeouf laughed so hard he cried at several points. Because there is nothing more joyous than watching Shia watch himself, we’ve included the best of the best moments, below.

As promised, here’s Shia LaBeouf having one of the best reactions we’ve seen this week to a movie, laughing so hard he had to clear tears out of his eyes. We’re glad he’s having such a wonderful time.

Obviously, The Even Stevens Movie is a bit of a crowd pleaser, poking fun at the nature of reality shows while still featuring a fun family message and capably wrapping up the popular Disney series. It’s basically magic. I only wish Christy Carlson Romano had joined him for this epic viewing party in New York at the Angelika Film Center, but it would've been short notice. Anyway, here’s Shia continuing to have a gleeful time.

And since stills don’t really do this whole event justice, here’s one animated moment, as well.

Shia’s changed a lot in the time since he appeared as the rambunctious little brother on a Disney Channel original series. So much so, that it’s not really surprising he would come up with an idea like the #allmymovies event in New York. He’s pretty weird without even having to try at it, and while there’s something to be said about sitting in a dark room and consuming movies for three days straight, we’re really happy he reached back as far as The Even Stevens Movie. Because in the early 2000s, Disney Channel original movies were where it was at. (Zenon, Brink, The Luck of the Irish, anyone?) We have your next marathon idea, Angelika Film Center.

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