Movie industry lobbyist has his own preferences for in-flight films:

05/6/2008 | NYTimes.com

Dan Glickman has experienced a good deal of air travel as a congressman, cabinet member and now CEO of the Motion Picture Association of America. In the latter role, he has definite preferences about on-board movies. For example, he likes to see movies produced by his son, Jonathan, like Rush Hour 3, and he says at least one movie is best left for viewing on the ground: "Snakes on a Plane."

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