We've already questioned Dan Glickman's backwards looking plan as head of the MPAA to beg people not to tape movies, but Glickman continues to amaze with his complete inability to realize what's happening to the business he's supposed to be helping to shape going forward. His latest claim is that he wants to make the movie industry more like the IRS. Sheer brilliance. This is an industry that needs to attract and retain customers in the face of increasing competition from a variety of different sources, and the plan is to make the industry more like one of the most hated organizations in the country. Are we going to need to fill out complex forms next time we want to watch a movie too?
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