The longest films Hollywood ever made
'Titanic' (1997) - James Cameron’s blockbuster about the sinking of the Titanic runs at 194 minutes (3 hrs, 14 mins)
'The Green Mile' (1999) - The fantasy drama based on Stephen King’s 1996 novel of the same name runs 189 minutes (3 hrs, 9 mins)
'The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King' (2003) - Infamous for its length but beloved just the same, Peter Jackson’s final film of the trilogy clocked in at 201 minutes (3 hrs, 21 mins).
'Once Upon a Time in America' (1984) - Originally 251 minutes (4 hrs, 11 mins), Sergio Leone's 1984 gangster epic about a small group of New York's Lower East side
'Heaven's Gate' (1980) - This Western film by Michael Cimino takes 219 minutes (3 hrs, 39 min)
'Gone With the Wind' (1939) - This classic American film is 238 minutes (3 hrs, 58 mins), and is based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell.
'War and Peace' (1956) - The epic film is based on the epic Leo Tolstoy novel of the same name, which explains why it runs at 208 minutes (3 hrs, 28 min).
'King Kong' (2005) - Peter Jackson’s ambitious take on the epic monster film runs at 185 minutes (3 hrs, 5 mins)
'The Irishman' (2019) - Martin Scorsese cashed in on his reputation when he put out this film that has a run time of 209 minutes (3 hrs, 29 mins)
'Gods and Generals' (2003) - Ronald F. Maxwell (‘Gettysburg’) is no stranger to long films, and this period war drama takes 219 minutes (3 hrs, 39 min)
'Ben-Hur' (1959) - This cinematic marvel is especially impressive for the time it was made, running at 212 minutes (3 hrs, 32 mins)
'Schindler's List' (1993) - Steven Spielberg's famous Holocaust drama based on the German industrialist Oskar Schindler—credited with saving the lives of 1,200 Jews.
'Zack Snyder's Justice League' (2021) - The extended cut is 242 minutes (4 hrs, 2 min)
'The Ten Commandments' (1956) - This epic biblical film attempts to cover the sprawling story of Moses.