Author has written 6 stories for Game X-overs, Star Wars, TV X-overs, 24, and Kingdom Hearts.
Name: The Infiniator
Avatar: Prosecutor Godot - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Trials & Tribulations
Currently Resides In: Miami, Florida
Hobbies: Movies, Video Games, Music, Friends, Reading, Writing
I'm a dozen contradictions that just seem to work.
Stories Currently Working On:
Mask Of The Inferno - A Kingdom Hearts Fanfiction
Feel free to send me a message containing any comments, questions, or concerns you may have, either with myself or one of my stories. I always reply to any messages sent to me, and I try to reply to all reviews posted on my stories.
Some Of My Favorite Fiction:
A Song Of Ice And Fire
Metal Gear Solid
God Of War
Roger Ebert's Greatest Inflammatory Quotes:
On Phantoms - "Did you know that if a certain kind of worm learns how to solve a maze, and then you grind it up and feed it to other worms, the other worms will then be able to negotiate the maze on their first try? That's one of the scientific nuggets supplied in Phantoms, a movie, based on the popular Dean Koontz novel, that seems to have been made by grinding up other films and feeding them to this one."
On Little Indian, Big City - "Through a stroke of good luck, the entire third reel of the film was missing the day I saw it. I went back to the screening room two days later, to view the missing reel. It was as bad as the rest, but nothing could have saved this film. As my colleague Gene Siskel observed, 'If the third reel had been the missing footage from Orson Welles' The Magnificent Ambersons, this movie still would have sucked.'"
On Pink Flamingos - John Waters' Pink Flamingos has been restored for its 25th anniversary revival, and with any luck at all that means I won't have to see it again for another 25 years. If I haven't retired by then, I will." (Note: This movie is listed in the Ebert database as having a "zero stars" rating, but Ebert explains at the end of the review: "I am not giving a star rating to "Pink Flamingos", because stars simply seem not to apply. It should be considered not as a film but as a fact, or perhaps as an object.")
On Godzilla - "Going to see Godzilla at the Palais of the Cannes Film Festival is like attending a satanic ritual in St. Peter's Basilica."
On Battle: Los Angeles - "Battle: Los Angeles is noisy, violent, ugly and stupid. Here's a science-fiction film that's an insult to the words "science" and "fiction," and the hyphen in between them. Generations of filmmakers devoted their lives to perfecting techniques that a director like Jonathan Liebesman is either ignorant of, or indifferent to. Yet he is given millions of dollars to produce this assault on the attention span of a generation. Young men: If you attend this crap with friends who admire it, tactfully inform them they are idiots. Young women: If your date likes this movie, tell him you've been thinking it over, and you think you should consider spending some time apart."
In Memoriam 1941 - 2013 l "Roger Ebert loved movies."
Badass Quote I Read In A Star Wars Comic Once:
Darth Vader: (having just busted up into a room filled with a dozen Jedi Knights, all with lightsabers ignited) "The first one who tells me where Kenobi is, lives. The rest die."