For me, I would have to say one of them is Fred Claus. It was 1:45. At the hour mark, it is determined that Fred must "save Christmas". It goes on for 45, yes 45, more minutes as we watch Fred do his thing. Sigh.
Would have to be a pick from the brussels international fantastic film festival, and there have been quite a few... I think I'll go with 'kaw' (2007 killer bird attack movie). There have been korean/chinese entries that were even more boring but I can't remember the titles (nor would I want to). Safe to say that every marathon I did at the bifff there was one movie out of 4 I'd sleep through.
Beautiful score, if I recall, but that's about it. Watching that movie was like watching paint dry.
ADDED: Oh yeah, and there was another one that was so boring it wouldn't really count as having "sat through" because we actually *walked out* after about twenty minutes. I think it was called "Transilvania 6-5000" or something like that. Just dreadfully dull...
Went with another couple to see Sophie's Choice. Other guy fell completely asleep and I was dozing in and out. Just bored me silly. Runner-up would be The French Lieutenant's Woman. ....I think I'm just allergic to Meryl Streep
Titanic and Avatar are remarkably boring for long stretches for such popular films. I felt myself writing the boring and predictable lines before they appeared on screen. Peter Jacksons King Kong is pretty boring for about half of the running time. The Hobbit is also boring some of its time.
Hard to distinguish between boring and bad. Ive sat through so many "bad" films which made them "boring". Guess I will go back a ways and say "Live and Let Die". I was expecting a classic spy thriller with special gadgets, instead I got Bond walking over alligators and hillbilly sheriffs. Was not engaged by the deep south setting, voodoo, or storyline. It was a complete bore.