It was painfully slow at times, but visually, as with all of von Trier's movies, it was stunning.
Unnecessary first half an hour (or the complete first hour) but had visually incredible shots. I really liked the last scene, I swear I can forget the boring part of the entire plot just by watching Melancholia getting closer and closer of earth
Painful to watch, attempting to be smart but just light & sound for god-knows-how-long-this-film-was.
Regardless of strange flaws it totally worked for me!
Painfully slow. You can skip the beginning and Part 1. I still loved the graphics for this film.
Luckily I gathered some information before watching this movie. It helped me understand quite a lot. With this information I have to say that this is a really good movie. On first sight, it's a Sci-Fi thing with beautiful imagery, but as soon as you take a closer look it's all a big metaphor for describing the feeling of melancholia and depression.