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HD DVD video can be encoded using VC-1, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, or H.262/MPEG-2 Part 2.[citation needed] A wide variety of resolutions are supported, from low-resolution CIF, all SDTV resolutions supported by DVD-Video, and HDTV formats: 720p, 1080i, and 1080p.[54] All studio-released movie titles have featured video in a 1080-line format, with companion supplements in 480i or 480p. The vast majority of releases were encoded with VC-1, and most of the remaining titles encoded with H.264/MPEG-4 AVC.

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Because of her background, she sometimes utilized French accent and words when speaking, such as referring to fellow member Khamsin (then-recently deceased) as "batard odieux" and "l'imbecile," meaning "odious bastard" and "the imbecile," respectively, as well as "mon gars," meaning "my boy" to Raiden, and also saying "Je t'aime... de tout mon coeur" upon her death, meaning "I love you... with all my heart."

In the episode "100", Haley is found by Foyet after he tortures and kills Kassmeyer. He calls her, posing as a Marshal, and informs her that Kassmeyer and Hotch are both dead. Horrified, Haley and Jack meet Foyet at their old home. However, she discovers the truth when Foyet calls Hotch and puts Haley on the phone. Foyet holds a gun to Haley's head and makes it plain that he is going to kill her. He allows Haley to say goodbye to Hotch as he and the rest of the team race to the house. Hotch tells her not to show fear in front of Foyet and that she is brave. Haley tearfully asks Hotch to look after their son and explain what happened between them, saying that she wants him to understand that she still loved Hotch. Hotch apologizes to Haley for putting her and Jack in danger.

Haley reappears in "Route 66" as a hallucination fabricated by Hotch when he begins having severe complications brought on by his stabbing at the hands of Foyet. She first appears in a movie theater, greeting Hotch and inviting him to sit down next to her. He does so, and together, they watch a movie about Hotch's recent life, in which she compliments Beth Clemmons, Hotch's current love interest. They are joined by Foyet himself, and despite him shooting her in the stomach with his revolver (not visibly affecting her), she displays a welcoming attitude towards him. When the movie ends, Hotch declares that he wants to come with her, but Haley tells him that Jack and Beth need him. After Foyet leaves, Haley tells Hotch that Beth is "a keeper" and that he "better not mess it up". She then tells him she still loves him before leaving. In season nine Hotch puts up a photo of Haley during a "Day of the Dead" celebration hosted by Garcia.

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is filled with memorable and fascinating characters. One of the most beloved fan-favorite characters is Loki. He began as a cunning villain and became an antihero who gradually earned his redemption. In all the stages of his development, Tom Hiddleston made Loki a charming, charismatic, delightfully sarcastic, and unpredictable character.

What Thor can trust is Loki's rage. Loki genuinely loved Frigga and the rage he feels after her death is also genuine. This anger motivates Loki to work with Thor so they can avenge their mother's death. This is not a new feeling for Loki, though. Rage has always been one of his deepest motivators after a lifetime of being cast aside and unappreciated by the people whose approval and acceptance he craved most.

At this point, Loki has given up on his relationship with Odin. He no longer cares about gaining Odin's approval and has moved past this desire. He hasn't given up on his relationship with Thor, though. He still cares about and loves Thor in a way that he will never love anyone else. In a moment of deception, Loki is authentic in regards to how much he cares about his brother. The authenticity of this scene is likely also rooted in the fact that Loki's death was originally going to be permanent.

Matthew Rudoy is a freelance writer who loves to write about his favorite movies and TV shows. In addition to Screen Rant, he also currently contributes to Dork Side of the Force. He has previously self-published two fantasy/sci-fi novels titled CORRUPTION and DESTRUCTION. While his favorite movies and TV shows tend to also fall in the fantasy and sci-fi genres, he enjoys and is open to anything that provides an engaging story, strong character development, and in-depth world-building. Matthew is grateful for the opportunity to write for Screen Rant and looks forward to continue contributing to the site.

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