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[Idea] "a whole film in an image" comparisons
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Are you curious to see the differen color grading, or aspect raio, of a movie, but don't want to watch it all? Well, just take a look at "a whole film in an image" GIFs and screenshot comparisons!

**(warning: big images, it could take some time to load'em all!)**

Title (year) [project] - differences - release date - GIF image - comparison link

Alien (1979) [Fundamental Collection #001] - colors, 85% of movie with bigger frame - 2017-04-18
Aliens (1986) [Fundamental Collection #002] - colors - 2017-04-19
AlienĀ³ (1992) [Fundamental Collection #003] - colors - 2017-04-20
Alien: Resurrection (1997) [Fundamental Collection #004] - colors - 2017-04-21
AVP: Aliens Vs. Predator (2004) [Fundamental Collection #012] - colors - 2017-05-17
The Arrival (1996) [Fundamental Collection #008] - colors - 2017-04-01
The Chronicles of Riddick (2004) [Fundamental Collection #011] - open matte - 2017-05-09
Ghostbusters (1984) - colors, bigger frame size - unreleased
Halloween (1978) [Fundamental Collection #006] - colors - 2017-03-07
Interstellar (2014) - colors - unreleased
Interstellar (2014) - custom letterbox Vs IMAX, colors v2 - unreleased
Minority Report (2002) [Fundamental Collection #007] - colors - 2017-03-11
Silent Hill (2006) [Fundamental Collection] - colors, open matte - unreleased
The Mummy (2017) [spoRv] - colors, 5% of movie desubbed - 2017-07-24
The Thing (1982) [Fundamental Collection #005] - colors - 2017-03-01
Timeline (2003) [Fundamental Collection #010] - open matte - 2017-04-13
Waterworld (1995) [Fundamental Collection #009] - colors - 2017-04-05
Wonder Woman (2017) [spoRv] - colors, 5% of movie desubbed - 2017-07-21

if someone would like to add his project comparison images here, just write the link of the comparison in the comment.
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Pretty cool but I think they need labels so you know the before and after
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(2017-07-27, 03:07 PM)PDB Wrote: Pretty cool but I think they need labels so you know the before and after

Thanks! I knew that, but I'm too lazy to re-pick-up all those images and label them... they are correctly labeled in the screenshots comparison linked, though; also, unlabeled = unbiased.
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Added:

Silent Hill - OAR vs OM regraded
Interstellar - BD letterboxed vs BD IMAX regraded v2
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Added Ghostbusters (1984) - HDTV (with DVD colors) vs BD 2009 vs regraded
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