CubanFimGuy 

member since 06/18/2005 | last login 11/29/2010

I am a Cuban-American man, born in raised outside of New York City in a little town Called North Bergen, NJ. I now, however, reside in sunny Miami, FL. I have been a member with triggerstreeet since 2005 but sadly have no...

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I am a Cuban-American man, born in raised outside of New York City in a little town Called North Bergen, NJ. I now, however, reside in sunny Miami, FL. I have been a member with triggerstreeet since 2005 but sadly have no ever built up the courage to post anything I've written. Now with time on my side, training, and life experience...I am ready to embark on my journey into this industry because if you Wake up with writing on your mind, spend the day with writing on your mind, and finally go to bed with it on you mind...chances are...its a duck. lol I am ready for all you guys have to give me!

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Reviews by CubanFimGuy 8

  • A review of A Moment of Clarity
    by CubanFimGuy on 03/20/2007
    I really enjoyed this film because it strikes a bit of my personal life in it. I scoring was perfect and your leads are very good. The one thing I didn't really like about it but just might be my P.C. was the scene where the guy is murdered in the Ally. It was too dark to make anything out, though its obvious on whats taking place. I have faith that you'll produce more quality... read
  • by CubanFimGuy on 10/20/2005
    To my imagination this story started as a story along the lines of Lord of the Rings, then all of a sudden it like Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell, then you mix it all together. I had no idea how you were going to ligitly place all of the pieces and time periods together without being to far fetched but by God you did it. My imagination was in amazment on such an excellent twist... read
  • A review of Followed
    by CubanFimGuy on 10/17/2005
    This story was an excellent read. Character wise, Erica was the only one that I grew to have a love for due the situtation with her parents. I thought it was one of the more emotional conflicts of the story. At first, the story kind of reminded me of something else but that was only until you got to the description of the supernatural beings and their doings. The idea of these... read
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