My sincerest apologies for the belatitude of this entry. I know I promised it by the weekend, but life got in the way. After spending much time studying, and then half a day doing yard work, I was pretty much side-lined by the mother of all sinus infections . . . complete with bloody nose. But, better late than never!
Due to time constraints, I really haven't had a lot of time to scour the TV shows and movies and other such usual sources for the BotM. However, I am a big enough Terry Pratchett fan that I did not miss the airing of his Colour of Magic
TV adaptation. Admittedly, it was not of the caliber I had hoped for. But enjoyable, nonetheless. And while there were a couple lovelies in the film, they did not quite make the cut for one reason or another. But the movie did remind me of a previous film based on one of Pratchett's works. Namely, the Hogfather
, which happens to be one of the greatest Christmas movies ever made. Well, not really Christmas . . . Hogswatch. But close enough. In truth, this is the work that introduced me to Pratchett, and got me hooked on his books.
Starring in this wonderfully entertaining movie adaptation is the incredibly lovely and talented Michelle Dockery
. And, well, let's face it . . . despite the awkward hairdo, who wouldn't fall in love with a woman of her looks & British accent when playing Death's granddaughter? So, bask once again in the beauterificness of a worthy Babe of the Month. You're welcome.
Posted at 4/7/2009 6:03:52 pm by PhilM