I saw this movie last week in the theater and found it very entertaining. It's a light comedy with many funny moments and remarks. I love Italian cinema but have the impression that Italian movies are a bit slow paced. That was not the case with this movie. I'm aware that it might be subjective, but it has been a while since I have laughed as much watching a movie. I would describe it as a modern existentialist comedy with simple plot and funny characters, which at the same time brings light to some moral and cultural issues in a very profound way. Acting is great with some exceptions and I have to admit that I find Paola Cortellesi very sexy. If you like to spend 90 minutes feeling good and laughing, I would highly recommend this movie.
Working with documents is essential to the practice of law, and I love storing all of my important documents on the iPad. But when I hold up my iPad for an extended period of time, it starts to feel somewhat heavy in my hand and I fear that it might slip out. This is the reason that products such as the FreeOneHand can be so useful for lawyers with the original iPad.
I'm just touching on the major features. The iPad 2 also has a lot of fun new features, such as the Photo Booth app (your kids will love it), and the (optional) new GarageBand and updated iMovie apps look really neat. The new three-axis gyroscope (just like the iPhone 4) will be useful for augmented reality apps. And while the original iPad only came in black, you can get either a black or white model of the iPad 2. In short, though, it looks like the iPad 2 will add a lot of useful features to a device that lawyers already love, and will address some of the few shortcomings of the original iPad.
The funny thing is that HD is still relative. Most local broadcasters still only broadcast in 720p, even after all this time, because the cost to upgrade to 1080p is prohibitive, especially for such a (relatively) small difference in picture quality.
looks great. Netflix 4K is awesome. Surround sound optical output works great. Huge TV for lowest possible price. Doesn't have HDR but I can live with that. 60 mhz refresh rate is fine, too. Content is the limiting factor, so no reason to get a fancier TV. I don't know of any content at greater than 60 mhz. And 4K content is hard to find. HDR content is even harder to find. Verizon and Optimum TV are only 1080i or 720p.
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