Title Matching "Melancholia" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Melancholia (2011)
R | 135 min | Drama, Sci-Fi
Two sisters find their already strained relationship challenged as a mysterious new planet threatens to collide with Earth.
Votes: 154,786 | Gross: $3.03M
2. The Angels' Melancholia (2009)
Unrated | 158 min | Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Two friends meet again to share their last days in an old house where everything happened a long time ago. They gather a group of people, which results in a disastrous turn of events, during which reveals the deepest human depths.
5. Melancholia (1989)
87 min | Crime, Drama, Thriller
Art critic Keller was once part of a far-left radical group. They contact him again 10 years later and ask him to assassinate a Chilean doctor and war criminal, who's visiting London, but Keller has lost his ideals and feels conflicted.
6. Melancholia (2017)
75 min | Drama, Mystery, Romance
After having medical problems, and after a long time, Mina becomes pregnant, but she feels ignored by her husband, Hesam. Since he has become concerned and involved with the personal and ... See full summary »
7. Melancholia (2018 Video)
20 min | Short, Drama, Thriller
Melancholia is a thriller about a depressed writer who after losing his family, he struggles to finish one last book as he searches for redemption.
10. Melancholia (2017)
31 min | Short, Horror
A young, troubled girl enters a strange place in her head, one plagued by demons and torment. She slowly learns that the only way to stay alive is to take back her life.
15. Melancholia (2004 TV Movie)
90 min | Horror
A young girl who recently lost her father sets out to track down a murderer after she begins experiencing horrific visions and the people around her begin dying at an alarming rate. When ... See full summary »
Brows Held High (2011– )
57 min | Comedy
Ralph Oancitizen celebrates his 50th episode by looking at the 2011 Lars Von Trier drama/sci-fi Melancholia. He praises Kirsten Dunst, but special praise is for Udo Kier. Several of his ... See full summary »