This week's "Quote of the Week" comes from a New York Times article about the current state of the movie business: Caught on Film: A Growing Unease in Hollywood. Here's the quote:
"Whatever the challenges ahead, Mr. Goldberg, the producer, said Hollywood would adapt as it did when silent movies became talkies, and three decades ago, when the VCR was perceived as a threat.
He had no sympathy for those who do nothing but complain. "Let them get a real job," he said. "They get paid a lot. They go to great parties. They fly around in jets, not only for business reasons, but for personal things, too. I think there are worse jobs to have."
I agree Mr. Goldberg.