Movie Times

I’m a big movie buff. I love going to the movies at a theatre. As a matter of fact, if I don’t see it in a theatre, it will probably be a while before I see it.  I was anxious to go see “The Wolf of Wall Street” over the holidays. Then I noticed it was three hours. Three hours. Three hours.

For goodness sake, “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” clocks in at only 2:40. I can make that commitment for The Hobbit. Of course, I know “The Wolf” is a Scorcese film, but still.   I mean, “Casino” was 178 minutes as well, but that’s “Casino.” How many times have you actually watched the whole thing at once?

I’m just saying that when you get into the 2-hour range, it seems long to me. Saying that, I know a whole lot of good movies are 2 hours plus. Three hours? You’re asking for a commitment.

Here’s the current run of holiday movies and their times. Eight movies, and seven of them are either over or within breathing distance of 2 hours.

47 Ronin

1 hr 59

Grudge Match

1hr 53

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

1 hr 54

The Wolf of Wall Street

2 hr 59

Walking with Dinosaurs

1 hr 27

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

1 hr 59

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

2 hr 40

American Hustle

2 hr 9

Some other notable movie times

Prisoners

2 hrs 33m

Gravity

1 hr 31m (The perfect movie time)

Goodfellas

2 hr 26 m

Cast Away

2 hr 23m

Prisoners

2 hrs 14 m

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I'm a project manager engaged with social media, technology, energy efficiency. A retired member of the United States Air Force, I've become a bit of a distance runner.
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