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Lass is More with Josh Lasser

Focusing on the media, "Lass is More" sits down with the individuals who make the movies and shows that people are, or will be, talking about. The things we watch are not created in a vacuum, but rather as responses to far larger thoughts and issues. From why someone took a role to what it means to them to where they’re going next, we put the pieces of the puzzle together. The "Lass is More" podcast gets to the core of the issue, offering perspective on both the people involved in a project, and the project itself.
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Now displaying: January, 2016
Jan 26, 2016

Soliloquies are lovely, but how many can you really have in a single movie?  People talk to each other, people have conversations, people interact with one another. It's the way it works in real life and it's the way it works in the movies.


So, because February is approaching and because relationships are important, today "Lass is More" looks at the relationships seen in three different movies, "Chi-Raq," "Meet the Patels," and "Burnt."

Jan 19, 2016

Have you ever watched a movie and thought "that could never happen to me?"  Sure, we all have.  Why do movies have such trouble identifying those moments?  What makes them so hard to see?  

The otherwise brilliant "Straight Outta Compton" has a big one.  We discuss on today's episode.

Jan 5, 2016

Welcome to the new year.  It is a time of change, a time of upheaval.  A time of approaching things different.  


We regularly hear about revolutionary change at this time of year, but that's not how Josh works.  He prefers incremental change; incremental improvements.  Take the movie "Sicario."  It is a fantastic cops vs. drug traffickers story, the exact same kind you've seen before.  But it's also better than the ones you've seen before.  

Why?  Incremental improvements to a proven formula.

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