Earlier this week, "Lass is More" released the first half of our interview with two of the folks involved in a movie looking at Colorado's legalization of marijuana, "Rolling Papers." That discussion concludes today with Ricardo Baca, an editor at The Denver Post and the man in charge of the marijuana coverage at the paper and affiliated website, The Cannabist (http://www.thecannabist.co).
Today we have the first part of our interview with two of the individuals who took part in the documentary, "Rolling Papers." The film focuses on the first year marijuana was legal in Colorado. As for us, we speak to Mitch Dickman, the director of the movie, and Ricardo Baca, who helms The Denver Post's coverage of marijuana and a central figure in the movie.
A long conversation, we at "Lass is More" have opted to split it into two parts, with the second part coming in a couple of days.
The movie "Grandmother" offers us all a look at a very serious issue which Josh does not tackle here as well as the notions of love and family, which he does.
What does it mean to have someone in our lives like Lily Tomlin's Elle Reid? She is a woman whom her family can go to when they need help. She is fiercely protective and while she may be a little exuberant or uncouth, she has her loved ones' best interests at heart.
For years--decades, really--Josh has pined for a larger television, something to help immerse him in whatever sort of nonsense he chooses to watch at home. A bigger TV, in his mind, would mean less to pull away away from a movie.
This week, Josh explains that desire in depth and wonders whether it would have helped his enjoyment of Guillermo del Toro's latest film, "Crimson Peak."