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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: September, 2018
Sep 25, 2018

The newest "Star Wars" movie, "Solo:  A Star Wars Story" is out now on Blu-ray and as much as it's supposed to be a part of this separate, stand-alone, series, it really isn't.  It is all too connected to everything we've seen before.  What is worse, however, is that it chooses to make these connections even when they aren't an important part of the tale.

Sep 18, 2018

With the release of the new Amazon Prime Jack Ryan series, we're getting a 4K UHD boxed set of the five big screen takes on the character.

 

This wouldn't be the Lass is More Podcast if we didn't take some time to watch them all and lament about what could have been but never was.

Sep 11, 2018

The Francis Ford Coppola film "Tucker: The Man and his Dream" features a wonderful, dizzying, performance by Jeff Bridges and the film speeds along at a blistering pace.  It is wonderful, but does that pace and dizziness exist in order to hid some of its larger flaws?

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