Jacquel Rassenworth on Stan Lee

Well, I guess even heroes die.

Today, I just received the news that Stan Lee, the guy in charge of Marvel Comics and responsible for creating many of those comic book characters that you like, such as Spider Man, the Avengers, the X-Men, and Black Panther, had died.

Right now, I’m feeling crushed, and you should all know why. I have spoken about many Marvel movie on this particular blog, and I’m still pretty mad about what happened in Infinity War.

But that’s a whole different story.

I already know that so many of you who are reading this blog are feeling the pain of losing such a great guy, so if you want to express your feelings, please comment down below.

I will provide a list of every Marvel movie I wrote about later on.

As Stan Lee once said, “Excelsior“.

Jacquel Rassenworth does Comic Con…again!

Hello, and welcome to the wonderful world that is Comic-Con. I (as in your #1 friendly meme master) will take you on a journey to explore what's coming up in the world of fandom.

And here are some of the things you'll love as this year rolls by:

  1. Stranger Things 2
  2. The actor who will play the doctor in "Doctor Who", but I'll get back to that later.
  3. Game of Thrones season 7, episodes 2 and 3.
  4. Star Trek Discovery.
  5. The superhero movies that I'm dying to see, such as Justice League, Infinity War, and Black Panther.

I was going to dress up for Comic-Con this year, but I ran out of time due to my other activities. So I had to buy a Disney Descendants t-shirt from Hot Topic. And I haven't watched the show…yet.

Yeah, that's really embarrassing.

Anyway, thanks for reading this blog post and I'll see you on the internet.

Jacquel Rassenworth on Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol 2

Well, this just got interesting.

So, last night, I go to watch Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol 2 and guess what? Nobody else went to the movies with me! I’ll show them who’s the boss when they get back. Nobody turns down a movie invitation from Jacquel Rassenworth. NOBODY!

With that out of the way, lets just say that because of this movie, I’m more than ready for Avengers: Infinity Wars. There’s no other way for me to say it. When all ghe heores show up to take down Thanos, I swear that I will cheer along with the rest of the world. Isn’t that great?

Oh, and I have to buy the new soundtrack to the movie soon.

Anyway, I gotta call this one and force Shar and Maddy to get off their butts and watch Guardians of thr Galaxy with me. And I’m not taking “no” for an answer either!

Jacquel Rassenworth does SXSW 2017

Once again, guess where I am?

In Texas, doing the South by Southwest tour.

Why am I doing this when I could be hitting the beach and doing other things? Because unlike the other people I know, I’m notorious for chasing after the newest movies and video games. Plus, I admit that I didn’t participate in a lot of the other activities in school because I was either doing my memes and roleplaying, plus there’s the matter of my YouTube videos, so there you have it.

But being in Texas wasn’t all fun and games, as the weather was an unbearable little punk. Dare I say it?

I don’t want to move to Texas at all, not if it means I have to deal with this weather all the time.
Anyway, I’m just glad to be away from those people who drive me nuts with their liberal stupidity. I swear, if anyone shoves one more pamphlet in my face, I’m going to lose my mind! I don’t have time for anyone’s crap!

Anyway, I’ll see you when I get back to Fresno.

Jacquel Rassenworth on John Hurt

Yesterday, Maddy emailed me with the news that John Hurt had just died. This makes me sad, as I’ve seen him as War Doctor in Doctor Who and watched him die many times in various movies. (He eve died in Spaceballs, in case you forgot!)
And now that he’s gone, I’m sure that 2017 will be far worse than 2016.

Jacquel Rassenworth on Debbie Roberts

Talk about a double tragedy!

As I’m surfing the net looking for memes to share with you, I get the news that Debbie Roberts had just died. This makes me very sad, as I’m still in the process of dealing with the death of Carrie Fisher.

Right now, I’m crying for that family, as they now must plan for two funerals.

This is so unfair! What have we done to deserve all these celebrities deaths?

On the other hand, at least Carrie gets to see her mother again in heaven, which is a good thing. But as for the rest of us, all we have are their movies to watch.

Plus, let’s save Betty White from 2016; we don’t need any more celebrity deaths!

Jacquel Rassenworth on Carrie Fisher

I can’t believe it. All I want is to get through the rest of 2016 without any problems and suddenly, I hear that Carrie Fisher has gone to a side of the Force where I can’t follow. 
This is so unfair!

Why couldn’t 2016 have claimed Donald Trump instead of Princess Leia? What have we done to deserve the death of yet ANOTHER celebrity? 


I hate 2016. (I’ve said it enough times already and I’ll say it again. I hate 2016!)

Jacquel Rassenworth on Star Trek Day 

Well, today is the 50th anniversary of the first episode of Star Trek, and as such, I see that most of my friends are posting their tributes to the TV show by the way of pictures. But where are the memes??? 

Anyway, as a kid who grew up watching Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, I learned that science fiction was more than simply intergalactic battles, that adventures can be had in space. Plus, I found myself dismissing Star Wars and its sequels because they didn’t have what it took to impress me. 

Of course, when I watched the first Star Trek reboot in 2009, I was blown away by the way the story presented itself. And the cast selected to play the characters was impressive. (Plus, it was great to see Leonard Nimoy as Spock again.) 

When the sequel came out, I let you know how excited I was about the movie on this blog. (And I was kind of upset when I found out about Benedict Cumberbatch’s role in that movie.) If you want to find that post, I’ll give you the links. 

Of course, I have my opinion on the latest Star Trek movie, but the blog ate that post. So I’ll just have to repost it soon. 

Other than that, I say let’s have another 50 years of Star Trek, as we need to go on a journey to a place where no one has gone before. 

Jacquel Rassenworth on Comic Con 2016

Hello, everyone! While the rest of the world is going nuts, I’m going to Comic Con! And here’s what I have to say about what we’re getting next:

  1. Wonder Woman movie (about damned time, too!)
  2. Justice League movie (see #1)
  3. Iron Fist
  4. Game of Thrones, Season 7
  5. Star Trek: Discovery
  6. Suicide Squad
  7. Once Upon a Time (with Aladdin, Jafar, and Jasmine)
  8. Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2
  9. Black Panther movie
  10. Spiderman: Homecoming (in which Peter STILL can’t get a date, despite him hanging out with the Avengers)

I’m super excited about this coming season, especially about Game of Thrones! And because you’ve been so paitent, here’s my costume:

I’ll be back with another blog post, so don’t go anywhere! (and if you do, don’t go too far!)

Jacquel Rassenworth on the 2016 Oscars

OK, so now that the #oscarssowhite controversy is over, I have some things to say.

First, I think Chris Rock did a good job hosting this year’s Oscars, no matter what they say. I really enjoyed how he skewered racism and called Hollywood out on being a sorority. (I guess it’s time for me and the gang to get together and have a long talk about how we need to change some things around here.)

And now to get to the good parts:

Leo DiCaprio FINALLY gets an Oscar. Well, it’s about god damned time, too! Next, we need to track down Sean Astin and give him an Oscar. (And correct the mistake Hollywood made when it failed to give him an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor in Return of the King. That wasn’t cool, guys!)

Also, Mad Max: Fury Road steals six Oscars. (Maybe I should have given that movie a chance. I’m a terrible movie watcher sometimes.)
Lady Gaga’s performance made me cry. (I’m glad she redeemed herself from the Superbowl fiasco.)

What I liked about this year’s telecast is the ticker tape that was placed under the winner’s names that described the people they were thanking in their speech BEFORE they got their award.

When the presenters present their award or a movie, a short description of what movie they were nominated for appears under their name.

Chris Rock taking to the streets and asking random people about the #oscarssowhite controversy and what movie they liked best. Also, the part about those people making their speeches while holding a replica of an Oscar was funny.

(Plus, still NOT over the deaths of Christopher Lee and Leonard Nimoy.)

Well, now that that’s over and done, I can FINALLY get back to making memes about how SEAN ASTIN should have won that Oscar in 2004. Can we fix that, Hollywood? PLEASE???