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 OT, but I hope things get better for Benedict soon. He's been in a sub-standard Sherlock season, a toothless Star Trek movie, a critically 'meh'  Middle Earth film (even though I immensely enjoyed The Hobbit films so far) and a bomb biography (The Fourth Estate). He is absolutely watchable, but things just don't seem to be working out for him.
 You missed the part about it being so obvious that a deaf man could smell it. Or something.
 I don't think Disney ruins everything because I really don't care much for Disney. It may be blasphemy, but I couldn't care less about anything from Pixar, so I don't have any complaints about Disney there. As for Star Wars, George himself whored it out for a billion toys and licenced stuff, including the extended universe, which I never ever got into. But the movies, the original trilogy, are still amazing.Even though there was a great deal of disappointment with the...
 Is it a fake Mac application that the User is surprised that it behaves like a real Mac application?
 I'm 100% with you. I wanted to say that the title should read - "Disney whores 'Star Wars'...". But they have to get back their $4B. The only thing that actually is a plus is that we may actually see the pre-Special Edition OTs on Blu-ray finally. In truth though, I am not overly fussed about those versions. I just bought the DVD set with the Empire Of Dreams disc and skipped every other release.
@Haggar, are all your 1000+ posts just picking on Apple and guys on this forum? Haggar, that's horrible!
 Only the best kept ones...
With regards to 1080p, the iPhone already supports recording at 1080p right? And the real point of HD video is to watch it on a big screen, so I don't think it is that big a deal as to whether the display resolution on the next iPhone is 1080p or not.   It may make a difference on the iPad, but frankly speaking, I simply use the Handbrake preset for Apple TV 3 to rip all my videos and that is fine for me on the iPad.
The first iPhone and the iPhone 4 were the best designs in my opinion. As for the 5 and 5S, pictures never did justice to them. It was when I saw the 5 physically that it felt like the elegant Apple hardware I love so much. The 5c actually looks great too, like a throwback to the 3G and 3GS. No matter what the new phone looks like, it is something I'll be wanting the moment it is announced and I'll be getting the moment I can get my hands on it!
Just a small query to anybody using FCP X. How robust are the Blu-ray burning capabilities? Is it good enough to create menus and author a Blu-ray, or will I be better off buying Toast Titanium in addition to FCP X?   Thanks.
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