These are the most boring films of all time

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The critics and public have spoken –  the top 20 most boring films of all time have been revealed.

This week saw Samsung screen Washing Machine — The Movie – a film of a 66-minute wash cycle, shown in just one continuous shot, with music by the legendary and Oscar-winning composer, Michael Nyman. The film was shown last night at the Cineworld in London’s Leicester Square, and will hit Youtube today.

To celebrate, Samsung commissioned research into what the most boring movies of all time are. The shortlist was compiled by leading film critics, before going to a public national vote of 2,000 British adults.

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’50 Shades Of Grey’ comes out on top with 34% of the vote, with the top five completed by The Blair With Project, Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace, Brokeback Mountain, and the 2007 Transformers movie.

The top 20 most boring movies of all time are:

  1. 50 Shades of Grey (2015) – 34%
  2. Blair Witch Project (1999) – 29%
  3. Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (1999) – 26%
  4. Brokeback Mountain (2005) – 26%
  5. Transformers (2007) – 24%
  6. The Postman (1997) – 24%
  7. The Artist (2011) – 21%
  8. Australia (2008) – 20%
  9. Vanilla Sky (2001) – 20%
  10. Seven Years in Tibet (1997) – 19%
  11. Batman and Robin (1997) – 19%
  12. 2001 A Space Odyssey (1968) – 18%
  13. The Matrix Revolutions (2003) – 17%
  14. Showgirls (1995) – 17%
  15. Far and Away (1992) – 17%
  16. The Tree of Life (2011) – 16%
  17. Noah (2014) – 16%
  18. Meet Joe Black (1998) – 16%
  19. Lincoln (2012) – 16%
  20. Cleopatra (1963) – 16%

 

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