May 14th, 2007
|03:18 pm - Babe Scientists, Anyone?|
While searching through various movies I'd like to see, I stumbled across one of my favourite actresses, Catherine McCormack (you've all seen her, you probably just don't know it). While checking out some of her films and thinking, "Hey, maybe I should rent this?" or "Dude, that looks cool!" I found myself staring at a film keyword that I just had to click on:
And, sure enough, the keyword seems to fit many shows and movies. Now I know where else to look for films to rent!
Anyway, I brought this category of film up to some friends on Friday night, and they demanded to have poof that there was, indeed, a keyword for "babe scientist" on IMDb.
So, here you go: http://www.imdb.com/keyword/babe-scientist/
Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: amused
Current Music: "Margaritaville", -JB
There are quite a few babe scientists here at my work, and quite a few more babe-scientists-in-training... one of the few perks, I suppose.
Haven't clicked the link yet, but I have to wonder is Tara Ried in Alone in the Dark made that filter.
Gee. I'm not on there anywhere... Hmmm.
I believe the Friday night folks were interesting in "hot scientists," of which "babe scientists" might be a subset, but would exclude those with sculpted biceps, hairy chests and beautiful hips.
Wait, guys can't be babes?
The word babe
refers specifically to females. *pffft*
Stupid dictionaries! I am slain!
|Date:||May 14th, 2007 11:06 pm (UTC)|| |
I don't see how it could possible exclude beautiful hips, and doesn't necessarily exclude sculpted biceps either. Hairy chests, yeah, probably.....
One of my fav Babe-Scientists is Dr. Fiorella Terenzi. She has graced the cover of Wired magazine, and could probably have done any of the fashion ones as well...but for her love of radio astronomy. She's also a musician, singing on the soundtrack "The Gate to the Mind's Eye", to music by Thomas Dolby, as well as a number of albums where she has taken the "music of the sky", and transformed it with background rhythms into music for humans. Ubbercool stuff.
I see she's worked with Craig Ferguson, which is awesome.
Looks like the only thing I've seen her in is Braveheart- so far anyways. (Soooo many movies to see- my Netflix queue is *huge*)
Meanwhile, I'm not even remotely surprised that "babe scientist" is a keyword on IMDB-- there's a lot of movies with hot scientist chicks in them. In fact, I added one that looked like fun to my Netflix queue-- The Gravedancers
. I love me some b-movies. :-) And how can I resist a movie that's got a character based on Velma from Scooby Doo? (Plus, I like Dominic Purcell. He's a cool actor)