Looks vaguely familiar.  Same funny looking dude up top, same blogroll, same colors.
Yes, this is my blog.  You’ll have to forgive me, for I’ve been away for a while.
My bad on that.  Last week was travel heavy.  This week is travel heavy–NABJ in Vegas, baby–and got a wedding in St. Thomas at the end of the month.  But I’m back.
First, lemme unload some links on you.  Here are the Jump’s from last Monday, Wednesday and this Monday.  And here’s one on what a clown Bud Selig was last week.  And here’s why I don’t wanna see Greg Oden play on Christmas day.  I think that’s it.
Went with my fiancee to see “Talk to Me.”  Great flick.  Cheadle killed it, and I don’t recall there being a single corny moment.  That’s rare in movies that happen largely in the ’60s.  Or maybe I’m just holding the sins of Robert Townsend–the corniest man in the history of planet Earth–against everyone.
Either way, fie fie.  Don Cheadle, the more I think about it, is absolutely incredible.  The interesting thing about him to me is how he’s been able to do projects that let him display his range.  There aren’t a lot of black actors that really get that opportunity.  Or perhaps not that many that choose to display that range, because of money and things.  Most likely, it’s a combination of the two.
But he was fall down funny in this one, and he managed to nail the emotion in the flick every time.  He didn’t miss once in this one.  Good flick.
Back later.