No. The computer-vs-computer tournaments are usually several seconds per move.
Humans can't even watch games that are any faster than that anyway.
And if you want to watch very strong matches (why not, right? who wants to watch noob chess?) then computers need at least that much time.
You could have something decent with 1E-2 moves, but again, there's little ...
Tal wrote* about this game:
it was here that Uhlmann established his record, thinking over the move 12...exf5 for 1 hour 50 minutes
Judging from other comments by Tal about this game, I think the time control must have been 2 hours and 30 minutes for the first 40 moves.
[Title "Mihail Tal-Uhlmann, Wolfgang, Alekhine Memorial, Moscow Russia, 11/30/1971&...
List of main reasons
By habit from playing lot of blitz/bullet games (example)
In an attempt to avoid 'overthinking' the position (similar answer)
The player is impatient
To buy time for a later part of the game (example)
To gain a psychological advantage (example)
The player is in his/her preparation (example)
The player has less experience with clock and/...