"Melancholia" really is quite something, which unfortunately has been belittled by the iTunes treatment it's gotten. True, I don't expect this to be an Oscar contender in any capacity, but the film is not one you want to see on the small screen. Like any other brilliant drama, it is meant for the theatrical setting. I don't know a great film that is better left to home viewing. Sure, you could wait for DVD for most of these limited release films, but they just don't deserve it. "Melancholia" can be a bit long winded at times, but every ounce of its majesty is meant to be appreciated in full.