What Movie Do You Think Is Way Too Long? Here’s How People Responded.

Will this movie EVER end?

Have you ever said that to yourself before, either from the comfort of your own home

I think we all have, either at the theater or in the comfort of our own homes.

And now we’re gonna hear from AskReddit users about this.

Let’s take a look!

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“Some people didn’t realize that The Sound of Music had an intermission.

They only watched half the movie.”

Dragging it out.

“Pearl Harbor.

There’s the climactic attack on Pearl Harbor. It’s explosive and tragic.

So many people getting hurt and k**led. And then … the movie slows down.

And keeps going. For another hour. UGH.”

No, thanks.

“Daft Punk’s Electroma.

Good f**king god, it was like a solid hour of a robot walking through the desert.”

Still paid off in the end.

“I felt The Irishman was too long until I finished it.

The whole thing builds up to an ending is such a gut punch.

I’m not sure there’s much you could cut that wouldn’t take away from the weight of that ending.”


“Black Adam.

I paused it saying godd***n how much longer do we have?

And then saw it was two hours total.

Felt like a glitch in the matrix or some s**t.”

A long ending.

“Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl.

Not in a bad way.

I just remember feeling like I was watching the climax and then it kept going.”

Two tapes.


Back in the 90’s where VHS was still a thing, Titanic the movie was split between two VHS tapes. The first being all about the onboarding and love story while the second finally was about the iceberg hit and sinking after spending what felt like another hour on the love story.

I’d always doze off before the second VHS tape got entered where my family stop playing part one and just go straight to part two whenever we decided to watch to movie after that point.”

What am I watching?

“Gone Girl.

In my defense, I knew nothing about it and thought it was a romcom/chick flick.”

Made you laugh.

“World War Z.

Near the end there was a tense scene where he has to walk past one teeth gnashing zombie. I let out an involuntary and inappropriate laugh at how much it resembled my ex in zombie make up.

It was meantto be a tense scene.”

Wrap it up…

“Artificial Intelligence.

Man, that movie dragged, and then finally it had this bittersweet ending and I was like, yeah not my thing but I can totally see why people like it.

And then it went on…”

A long slog.

“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

When Bats and Supes are done fighting and you know that the fight with Doomsday was still going to happen.

The name of the movie was the first clue that it was going to be an overly long slog.”

They knew it.

“In Freddy Got Fingered, towards the end of the movie, there’s a big crowd scene with people holding signs welcoming home the heroes.

One of the signs reads “When the f**k is this movie going to end?””

What movie do you think is too long?

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