8 of the Most Boring Films in History

'2001: A Space Odyssey' (1968)

Although many users on the platform think 2001: A Space Odyssey is one of the best films in its genre, because of its slow pacing, many find it extremely difficult to watch.

'Eat Pray Love' (2010)

Eat Pray Love, which was directed by Ryan Murphy, is among Julia Roberts' most memorable films to date. It centers on a married lady who, after a traumatic divorce

'The American' (2010)

This action movie starring George Clooney follows Jack, a proficient assassin who travels to rural Italy in search of obscurity. Unexpectedly, he makes friends with Paolo Bonacelli

'The English Patient' (1996)

Near the close of World War II, a young nurse (Juliette Binoche) helps a seriously wounded plane crash victim in Anthony Minghella's love drama The English Patient, starring Ralph Fiennes.

'Jupiter Ascending' (2015)

The Wachowski sisters are the directors of this space opera picture, which stars Mila Kunis as Jupiter Jones, a warrior who strives to protect the inhabitants of Earth from a dangerous old industry

'Transcendence' (2014)

The plot of Wally Pfister's science fiction thriller centers on the fallout from a scientist's (Jony Depp) preoccupation with artificial intelligence and his desire for power

'Downsizing' (2017)

In this fascinating science fiction social satire starring Matt Damon, Alexander Payne introduces audiences to Paul Safranek, a guy who believes that if he could shrink down to the size of five inches

'Robin Hood' (2010)

As the name implies, Robin Hood, directed by Ridley Scott, is based on the legend of Robin Hood. The story, which is set in twelfth-century England, centers on a group of marauders who