“There is no one quite so boring as a man who is universally liked and admired. By this standard, Bob Berney is a very, very boring fellow. He needs just a little Harvey Weinstein flavoring to jazz up his image. Right now he’s too mellow, too considerate, and has made too many shrewd decisions about which movies to acquire or co-produce.” — An observation from a certain smart-ass in Ann Hornaday‘s Berney profile in the Washington Post, which turns on Berney’s — Picturehouse’s — efforts to launch and sell Robert Altman‘s A Prairie Home Companion (opening 6.9).