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The importance of HDTV recordings!
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Er no, the tits in T3 were on the widescreen in theaters. They were in the leaked camrips of the film back in the days. They only were censored (with different credits placement) on the widescreen DVD & Blu, for some unknown reason. You can tell because that shot is heavily zoomed with bigger grain to the rest of the sequence.
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(2018-02-19, 11:01 AM)Stamper Wrote: Er no, the tits in T3 were on the widescreen in theaters. They were in the leaked camrips of the film back in the days. They only were censored (with different credits placement) on the widescreen DVD & Blu, for some unknown reason. You can tell because that shot is heavily zoomed with bigger grain to the rest of the sequence.

Oh? All right, same reason, then.
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It came to my attention that Kong Skull Island has been broadcasted by HBO (and probably by other channels) in its airlines verion, in variable aspect ratio.

Has anyone a capture of it?
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