|Screenshots from Amelie|
With animated films, like The Incredibles, it's interesting to check the design language of the final frames against the color script developed before production.
screenshots of Hugo reminded me of a lighting continuity issue that was so distracting to me that it took me out of the film. When shooting the dialog coverage, director Martin Scorsese and cinematographer Robert Richardson reset the lights for all the closeups so that the actors were always backlit.
|Ben Hur (1959)|
You can click on the individual frames to get a large blowup. In Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, it's exciting to see how almost every shot is a revelation in set design and lighting.
Evan E. Richards
Index of films on his site
Here's a similar website called "Film Grab"