The new film from Traditionz Entertainment commences its rollout on April 25th in partnership with TUGG in Florida, California and New York with Washington D.C. venues still pending.
paying mr mcgetty
It was back in 2014 when I first caught actor and stuntman R Marcos Taylor in Tony Clomax’s action short, Broken Angels. Needless to say, Taylor’s credits in film and TV date back further in a series of achievements that have seen him ascend more politically as an actor having debuted to award-winning status with the independent martial arts comedy, Paying Mr. McGetty, as well as co-starring roles in F. Gary Gray’s Straight Outta Compton and this summer’s release, Baby Driver.
There’s a certain breaking point one reaches when critiquing a set of films made for a niche and by a director who barely has a grasp in shooting action. Director Michael Baumgarten certainly fits the profile, and as clearly seen in his two recent titles, The Martial Arts Kid and his latest, Paying Mr. McGetty starring debut actor and martial artist R. Marcos Taylor.