It depends on the movie; it's just like Albert Einstein said:
""An hour sitting with a pretty girl on a park bench passes like a minute, but a minute sitting on a hot stove seems like an hour." xD
For example, "THE GREAT ESCAPE" (1963) is a movie --- nearly 3 hours long --- about a bunch of Allied prisoners of war trying to escape from a German prison camp during the Second World War. But it definitely doesn't feel like 3 hours; it's probably one of the best-paced movies I've ever seen in that sense!
Not really, the length doesn't matter. If the movie is really terrible and I'm bored, it can be short and I'd want to just stop it. It's rarely happened, though. I have the extended version of the LotR trilogy, and other movies that I enjoy. I can watch it all the way through, so long as I'm interested.
Well Titanic, one of my favorite movies, is three hours and thirty minutes long. By contrast, the lord of the rings movies are two hours and fifty-eight minutes (part 1), two hours and fifty-nine minutes (part 2), and three hours and twenty-one minutes (part 3). So no, long movies don't necessarily bother me if the plot has my interest. An uninteresting plot on the other hand would make an hour and a half film completely unbearable.
Depends on the movie and how it is made. The first two Lord of the Rings were all good. The third was a disaster. 1 hour to get to this fucking volcano and another hour having a teary good bye for fucks sake.
No, only if i dont find the talking scenes interesting or the plot, otherwise i sont mind if its long, but i also can't sit through long movies all in one go because it hurts to sit or lay too long because of my neck and back injury