Sebastian Fernandez

Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (18 of 22)
Location: Tampa, Florida United States
In My Own Words:
I am originally from Montevideo, Uruguay and came to the US on 2000 to pursue my studies. I live in Tampa, FL with my wife and seven-year-old daughter. I am currently competing in triathlons and masters swim meets, as well as playing chess and Go. I work in Statistics and Econometrics, and working with numbers has always been my passion.

Triathlon, running, swimming, chess, go, poker, reading all types of fiction, playing tennis, listening to classical music and watching movies.


Top Reviewer Ranking: 418,359 - Total Helpful Votes: 18 of 22
High Rage by James Burk
High Rage by James Burk
instead of a wolf like Scarface". The quote encompasses the three main characters in this novel; and what a complex and intriguing group of characters they are. Scarface is an assassin that, when the book starts, is on a mission involving the killing of the Abrasan envoy and incrimination of a Ghiblin lord. The objective is to end the frail peace that has been reigning between these two nations. Scarface is also a magus that can deliver severe damage through the use of his scepter. On his way back to his clan, he meets a group of travelers led by Mendarian, the woman who wonders in the aforementioned quote, and he is instantly attracted to her. After a confrontation over the scepter… Read more
Ceremony in Death by J. D. Robb
Ceremony in Death by J. D. Robb
The futuristic series by J.D Robb featuring Eve Dallas as the main character has been one of the series I have enjoyed most lately. Another series I love is the one written by Laurell K. Hamilton and presenting Anita Blake, vampire executioner and animator, as its heroine. The two have a few common traits, the clearest one being tough and sexy main female characters. Also, both series are now being published by the same house (Berkley Publishing Group). Nevertheless, I was extremely surprised when J.D. Robb introduced in this novel some of the elements I am used to finding in the Hamilton series, like shapeshifters and black magic. I enjoy the futuristic world in which Eve lives and hope… Read more
Paycheck (Widescreen) (Bilingual) <b>DVD</b> ~ Ben Affleck
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This movie clearly reflects the characteristics of its director John Woo. I would define it as "Mission Impossible" meets James Bond, and as happens in these productions, the creator of "Paycheck" goes overboard in a couple of scenes making them extremely unbelievable. Nevertheless, it is an entertaining film, which ended up being more fulfilling than I had expected, since the plot is considerably better than other action-packed films out there.
Michael Jennings (Ben Affleck) is specialized in reverse engineering and his job consists in working non-stop for several weeks in each project he faces. Upon completion, he gets his money and his memory of that time… Read more