Action-Flix Talks about Traditionz Entertainment

TRADITIONZ ENTERTAINMENT: FAMILIAR FACES, NEW GROUND

When it comes to independent film, there is often the question of which kind of approach to take, from a mainstream fan's perspective or that of a film purist. This could also be said for the martial arts: there can always be an overwhelming popularity of one particular style, but it is the purist approach itself that determines the effectiveness of that style, or even a combination of several disciplines at once. If treated with dedication, determination and seriousness, an independent, modestly budgeted film can just as easily become every bit as memorable as those blockbuster releases by studios with ample resources and promotional ability. Such is the case with Traditionz Entertainment, the Florida based production company of James Wilson, brother of the legendary kickboxer and action movie veteran, Don "The Dragon" Wilson, and his partners Dr. Robert Goldman, Cheryl Sanders, and Cynthia Rothrock. Taking a different approach than that of your typical independent martial arts studio house, Traditionz focuses on a more family oriented audience and indeed a purist, yet progressive stance on the martial arts themselves.

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Major Tom's Movies Review

Paying Mr. McGetty

Comedies are hard to review. Why? A lot of the time, how funny a movie is depends entirely on who is watching it and what their sense of humor is. I tend to be very, VERY picky about the comedies that I watch. But I don’t review them. What I find to be funny isn’t going to be the same for anybody else, and trying to describe a joke to someone is not something I’m very good at. When you throw in comedy with another genre, I tend to bring that up, because it’s part of how the film works. Whether it’s a horror comedy, dramatic comedy, or action comedy, the humor has to fit the situation. That’s where the comedy works best. One-liners and zingers aren’t really that funny to me. But for the comedy to work in those genres that I mentioned, the other part of that equation has to work just as well, otherwise you end up with a very lopsided experience. For today’s review, I present to you, Paying Mr. McGetty, and upcoming action-comedy starring the legendary Don “The Dragon” Wilson and R. Marcos Taylor.

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Teaser-Trailer.com plays PMMG

PAYING MR MCGETTY MOVIE TRAILER

Check out the official trailer of Paying Mr McGetty, the upcoming comedy movie directed by Michael Baumgarten based on a script he co-wrote with Adam W. Marsh and starring R. Marcos Taylor, Don Wilson, Anita Clay, Alissa Schneider, Jonathan D. Lee, Wade Williams, Forbes Riley, Paul Logan, Lisa Catara, Richie Chance, Crystal Santos, Demetrius Angelo, Nick Di Brizzi Jr., Natasha Blasick, and Michele Yeager:

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City on Fire

R. Marcos Taylor and Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson are ‘Paying’

Kickboxing legend Don “The Dragon” Wilson (Bloodfist) has re-teamed with Martial Arts Kid director Michael Baumgarten in Paying Mr. McGetty, an upcoming action-comedy starring R. Marcos Taylor (“Suge Knight” in Straight Outta Compton, Luke Cage).

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Traditionz Entertianment by KungFu Magazine

INTRODUCING TRADITIONZ ENTERTAINMENT

For decades, audiences have been thrilled by the martial arts as portrayed in film. The action is so intense and stylish, with fighters appearing to fly from rooftop to rooftop like superheroes. And yet as fantastic as these films are to view, they seldom capture the essence of what it truly means to practice martial arts. For many people, "martial arts" means MMA and UFC, which are heavily focused on the spectacle of the fight, with very little attention given to tradition and discipline. All this could change with the birth of Traditionz Entertainment, a company founded by the likes of world kickboxing champion and Bloodfist star Don “The Dragon” Wilson, his brother and producer James Wilson, the Lady Dragon herself, martial arts legend Cynthia Rothrock, Dr. Robert Goldman (holder of numerous strength records and listed in Guinness Book,), as well as Cheryl Wheeler Sanders (a kickboxing champion and seasoned stuntwoman). They plan to introduce a whole new generation to exactly what it means to be a martial artist.

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Forces of Geek Interview Don Wilson

FOG! Chats With Don “The Dragon” Wilson

With a fighting and acting career spanning over four decades, Don “The Dragon” Wilson has become one of the most recognized names and decorated fighters in martial arts history. Known for plenty of cult classic movies, including the Bloodfist series, Future Kick and many, many more, Don Wilson has also competed against former MMA champions, world renowned coaches and plenty of top caliber fighters in his kickboxing career. More recently, he has been active in martial arts movies once again with Showdown in Manila and some unique roles in Traditionz Entertainment’s The Martial Arts Kid and Paying Mr. McGetty. Don provides his valuable time discussing his career and upcoming work in this interview.

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411 Mania Interveiws Music Supervisior Etcetera

The 411 Interview: Etcetera

Etcetera is an award winning musician and entertainer known around the world. He recently acted as the music supervisor for the action-comedy Paying Mr. McGetty starring R. Marcos Taylor and Don “The Dragon” Wilson. Etcetera took time out of his busy schedule to talk with this writer about his work on Paying Mr. McGetty, his musical influences, his goals, and more.

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Podcasting Them Softly Interviews Don Wilson

ENTER “THE DRAGON”: AN INTERVIEW WITH DON WILSON BY KENT HILL

When you used to decide to hit the video store (back in the day) and roam the aisles in search of hidden gems, you’d discover a great many things. Sometimes it was the films in total – other times it was a star you seemed to have an unending body of work.

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Podcasting Them Softly Interviews Cynthina Rothrock

OUR LADY OF LETHAL: AN INTERVIEW WITH CYNTHIA ROTHROCK BY KENT HILL

Cynthia Ann Christine Rothrock, is an American martial artist and actress who I first encountered in a little movie called Raging Thunder or No Retreat, No Surrender 2 (part of my beloved Seasonal Films Library). From there I followed her through the China O’Brian and Martial Law movies. It is fortuitous that she shares this triple martial arts action extravaganza with Don “The Dragon” Wilson; the pair having shared the screen in a number of Cynthia credits, including The Martial Arts Kid and its forthcoming sequel.

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Major Tom's Movies Reviews PMMG

Paying Mr. McGetty

Comedies are hard to review. Why? A lot of the time, how funny a movie is depends entirely on who is watching it and what their sense of humor is. I tend to be very, VERY picky about the comedies that I watch. But I don’t review them. What I find to be funny isn’t going to be the same for anybody else, and trying to describe a joke to someone is not something I’m very good at. When you throw in comedy with another genre, I tend to bring that up, because it’s part of how the film works. Whether it’s a horror comedy, dramatic comedy, or action comedy, the humor has to fit the situation. That’s where the comedy works best. One-liners and zingers aren’t really that funny to me. But for the comedy to work in those genres that I mentioned, the other part of that equation has to work just as well, otherwise you end up with a very lopsided experience. For today’s review, I present to you, Paying Mr. McGetty, and upcoming action-comedy starring the legendary Don “The Dragon” Wilson and R. Marcos Taylor.

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Red Carpet Crash presents PMMG Trailer

Watch Trailer For ‘Paying Mr. McGetty’

Paying Mr. McGetty is not your average action movie, but it sure has an action cast. Paying Mr. McGetty stars actor, stuntman and kickboxer R. Marcos Taylor (Straight Outta Compton, (2016), The Martial Arts Kid (2015) Baby Driver (2017), Girl from Compton (2017), Luke Cage (2016), and co-stars Don “The Dragon” Wilson, 11-time World Kickboxing Champion and star of over 30 action films. This is Don Wilson’s first role as “the bad guy”. The film also stars Anita Clay (Luke Cage, Genocide, City of Gold) and introduces Alissa Schneider.Kickboxing Champion and legendary action star Don “The Dragon” Wilson is back like you’ve never seen him before in Traditionz Entertainment’s action-packed comedy Paying Mr. McGetty from director Michael Baumgarten (The Martial Arts Kid)! After a night of drinking and gambling, Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor, Netflix’s Luke Cage) is awakened by an angry call from his girlfriend, Meena (Anita Clay) and finds himself in bed with a strange woman, Cecelia (Alissa Schneider) — a local mob boss’ daughter. Once the local mob boss finds out, he hires Shota (Wilson) — a relentless hitman. To make matters worse, the reward on Tyrell’s head has dozens of others looking for him, too. Adding to Tyrell’s troubles, the worst thing of all… Meena, the love of his life, is put in harm’s way. Tyrell must make a stand by taking on the mob, taking on Shota, and finding the money to pay their landlord — Mr. McGetty — before the day ends. It will be the wildest and most incredible day of his life!

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The Movie Elite Reviews PMMG

PAYING MR. MCGETTY (2017)

Don “The Dragon” Wilson (The Bloodfist series) co-stars in a very different kind of movie than his usual forte in Paying Mr. McGetty, an action comedy from Traditionz Entertainment and Michael Baumgarten. Starring R. Marcos Taylor (Straight Outta Compton), Paying Mr. McGetty is an intriguing combination of chase scenes, fighting and witty dialogue, often consisting of the occasional phone argument with a pushy boss and significant other, which should be very familiar to anybody in their thirties or above. We are immediately introduced to professional assassin Shota Kabu (Wilson), a calm but ruthless figure who doesn’t need to say or do much to prove his level of “talent” despite doing a bit of each when needed. Through various plot developments, he is put on the trail of Tyrell (Taylor), a hard working but unfortunate man who finds himself a target of a mob boss after a night on the town leads to an encounter with a blonde named Cecelia (Alissa Schneider, Wick City Rockabilly), who has her own motives. With constant communication from his girlfriend Meena (Anita Clay, Crimson) and a pushy boss (Forbes Riley, The Last Supper), Tyrell is sent continuously on the move between work appointments, music production, pleasing his significant other in the south Florida setting, all while avoiding Kabu. Plot twists and character development abound throughout, including a rather humorous few scenes set in a restaurant whose clientele consists entirely of hitmen, the ringleader of which is humorously portrayed by Paul Logan (Mega Piranha), and there’s also a quick cameo of Cynthia Rothrock (Lady Dragon). Will Tyrell be able to make peace with everyone and, more importantly, can he make peace with himself?

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"Charlie" - From the PMMG Soundtrack

"Charlie" - Mani The Mogul/Will Miller - Paying Mr. McGetty Music Trailer

SunScreen Film Festival Releases An Artcile on PMMG

"PAYING MR. McGETTY" Motion Picture Action Film Stars Celebrate at the SunScreen Film Festival

Paying Mr. McGetty is not your average action movie, but it sure has an action cast. Paying Mr. McGetty stars actor, stuntman and kickboxer R. Marcos Taylor (Straight Outta Compton, (2016), The Martial Arts Kid (2015) Baby Driver (2017), Girl from Compton (2017), Luke Cage (2016), and co-stars Don “The Dragon” Wilson, 11-time World Kickboxing Champion and star of over 30 action films. This is Don Wilson’s first role as “the bad guy”. The film also stars Anita Clay (Luke Cage, Genocide, City of Gold) and introduces Alissa Schneider.ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., June 1, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Stars of Traditionz Entertainment and Screenwriter/Director Michael Baumgarten's award winning action comedy family film "PAYING MR. McGETTY" celebrated at this year's Sunscreen Film Festival held annually in St. Petersburg Florida.

Film stars from all over the planet gathered including: R Marcos Taylor (Straight Outta Compton, Baby Driver, Marvel's Luke Cage, Gotham) "The Gold Man" Mark Richard Goldman (Assassin X, Marvel's Daredevil/Jessica Jones/Daredevil, Orange Is The New Black, Blacklist, Blue Bloods), Don "The Dragon" Wilson (Batman Forever, The Scorpion King, Bloodfist, The Expendables, The Martial Arts Kid), Anita Clay (Black Heart, Crimson, City Of Gold) and legendary actor producer director Bill Duke (Predator, Sister Act, Payback).

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Action Flix's review of PMMG

Review: "Paying Mr. McGetty" Delivers an 80's VHS Comedy Vibe

The Review- WATCH IT, OWN IT or FORGET IT: PAYING MR. McGETTY is a quirky little independent film from director Michael Baumgarten who also penned the script with co-writer Adam W. Marsh. Baumgarten also directed the wonderful family martial arts film THE MARTIAL ARTS KID and here he gives us a film that definitely has a great 80's VHS comedy vibe. It's definitely more of a comedy with some action and martial arts elements thrown in but I knew that going into the film and with that I have to say the film was pretty enjoyable. This kind of film won't appeal to everyone but if you give it a chance, I think that you will find that it is light hearted and a great change of pace from all the darker, violent films that saturate the martial arts genre. When you watch the trailer for the film, it tells you exactly what you're going to get and that's a good thing.

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AndersonVision Interviews Don "The Dragon" Wilson

THE AV INTERVIEW: DON “THE DRAGON” WILSON (PAYING MR. MCGETTY, MARTIAL ARTS MAVERICK)

AndersonVision recently chatted with Don “The Dragon” Wilson about his upcoming film “Paying Mr. McGetty”. While he’s been a martial arts action maverick for the last 30 years, many people might’ve seen him in bigger films such as “Born on the Fourth of July” and “Batman Forever”. Anyways, onto the Interview.

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WordPhobia reviews PMMG

Paying Mr. McGetty Trailer Review

Paying Mr McGetty, the upcoming comedy movie directed by Michael Baumgarten based on a script he co-wrote with Adam W. Marsh.
Starring R. Marcos Taylor, Don Wilson, Anita Clay, Alissa Schneider, Jonathan D. Lee, Wade Williams, Forbes Riley, Paul Logan, Lisa Catara, Richie Chance, Crystal Santos, Demetrius Angelo, Nick Di Brizzi Jr., Natasha Blasick, and Michele Yeager:
It is Release on 15 September 2017 (USA).

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Morgan B. from Kids First! interviews the cast and crew

Paying Mr. McGetty by Morgan B.

Check out Morgan B. as she talks to the cast and crew!

Page 58 talks about PMMG

Watch Kickboxing Champion Don Wilson & R. Marcos Taylor in Award-Winning Quirky Action Comedy ‘Paying Mr. McGetty’ (Trailer)

“Yo man I can’t talk right now I’m being chased.” In ‘Paying Mr. McGetty’ a wannabe music producer is about to go through the worst day of his life. Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor) hates his job and wants his own record label. But after a night he can’t remember his dream will become a nightmare as he tries to fight off dangerous mobsters, work his day job, and avoid eviction after gambling away his rent money.

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Artist's Work covers PMMG

DON “THE DRAGON” WILSON’S PAYING MR. MCGETTY GETS A NEW POSTER AND A TRAILER!

Action superstar and kickboxing legend Don “The Dragon” Wilson’s latest film PAYING MR. MCGETTY, a quirky action comedy from Traditionz Entertainment, has premiered a new poster and a trailer! Wilson co-stars as a laconic hitman, while star R. Marcos Taylor (BABY DRIVER, LUKE CAGE) appears as a man about to have the most hilarious and perilous day of his life. The film premiered at the Burbank International Film Festival and won awards, and is looking at a release late 2017.

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ScreenAnarcy Reviews PMMG

A review of Paying Mr. McGetty (2017) A Traditionz Entertainment Production

Paying Mr. McGetty opens up in a plush hotel room with the protagonist Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor, Luke Cage, 48 Hours to Live) waking up after what is assumed a wild night gambling and drinking. To add to the fog in his mind, there is a beautiful woman laying in the bed next to him named Cecelia (Alissa Schneider, Wick City Rockabilly, October Rodeo) who explains what happened the previous night. After a phone call from Tyrell’s angry girlfriend Meena (Anita Clay, City of Gold, Adrenaline III), Tyrell and Cecelia exit the hotel, both parting ways with a friendly kiss.

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Teaser-Trailer adds PMMG to their roster

PAYING MR MCGETTY

Check out the official trailer of Paying Mr McGetty, the upcoming comedy movie directed by Michael Baumgarten based on a script he co-wrote with Adam W. Marsh and starring R. Marcos Taylor, Don Wilson, Anita Clay, Alissa Schneider, Jonathan D. Lee, Wade Williams, Forbes Riley, Paul Logan, Lisa Catara, Richie Chance, Crystal Santos, Demetrius Angelo, Nick Di Brizzi Jr., Natasha Blasick, and Michele Yeager:

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Red Carpet Crash announces new trailer

Watch Trailer For ‘Paying Mr. McGetty’ Starring Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson

Kickboxing Champion and legendary action star Don “The Dragon” Wilson is back like you’ve never seen him before in Traditionz Entertainment’s action-packed comedy Paying Mr. McGetty from director Michael Baumgarten (The Martial Arts Kid)! After a night of drinking and gambling, Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor, Netflix’s Luke Cage) is awakened by an angry call from his girlfriend, Meena (Anita Clay) and finds himself in bed with a strange woman, Cecelia (Alissa Schneider) — a local mob boss’ daughter. Once the local mob boss finds out, he hires Shota (Wilson) — a relentless hitman. To make matters worse, the reward on Tyrell’s head has dozens of others looking for him, too. Adding to Tyrell’s troubles, the worst thing of all… Meena, the love of his life, is put in harm’s way. Tyrell must make a stand by taking on the mob, taking on Shota, and finding the money to pay their landlord — Mr. McGetty — before the day ends. It will be the wildest and most incredible day of his life!

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City on Fire covers PMMG

R. Marcos Taylor and Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson are ‘Paying’

Kickboxing legend Don “The Dragon” Wilson (Bloodfist) has re-teamed with Martial Arts Kid director Michael Baumgarten in Paying Mr. McGetty, an upcoming action-comedy starring R. Marcos Taylor (“Suge Knight” in Straight Outta Compton, Luke Cage).

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NEW TRAILER AND POSTER FOR PAYING MR. MCGETTY STARRING DON “THE DRAGON” WILSON

Paying Mr. McGetty – A Quirky Romantic Action Comedy

Michael Baumgarten’s PAYING MR. MCGETTY gets a new trailer and poster. The film stars Don “The Dragon” Wilson and R. Marcus Taylor.
After a night of drinking and gambling, Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor) is awakened by an angry call from his girlfriend, Meena (Anita Clay) and finds himself in bed with a strange woman, Cecelia (Alissa Schneider) — a local mob boss’ daughter. Once the local mob boss finds out, he hires Shota (Wilson) — a relentless hitman. To make matters worse, the reward on Tyrell’s head has dozens of others looking for him, too. Adding to Tyrell’s troubles, the worst thing of all… Meena, the love of his life, is put in harm’s way. Tyrell must make a stand by taking on the mob, taking on Shota, and finding the money to pay their landlord — Mr. McGetty — before the day ends.

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Flickering Myth on PMMG

New posters and trailer for Paying Mr. McGetty starring Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson and R. Marcos Taylor

Two new posters and a trailer have debuted for the upcoming action comedy Paying Mr. McGetty. Directed by Michael Baumgarten, the film stars Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson, R. Marcos Taylor, Anita Clay, and Alissa Schneider; check them out below…

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The Movie Elite talks about PMMG

New Trailer for Paying Mr. McGetty

Kickboxing Champion and legendary action star Don “The Dragon” Wilson is back like you’ve never seen him before in Traditionz Entertainment’s action-packed comedy Paying Mr. McGetty from director Michael Baumgarten (The Martial Arts Kid)! After a night of drinking and gambling, Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor, Netflix’s Luke Cage) is awakened by an angry call from his girlfriend, Meena (Anita Clay) and finds himself in bed with a strange woman, Cecelia (Alissa Schneider) — a local mob boss’ daughter. Once the local mob boss finds out, he hires Shota (Wilson) — a relentless hitman. To make matters worse, the reward on Tyrell’s head has dozens of others looking for him, too. Adding to Tyrell’s troubles, the worst thing of all… Meena, the love of his life, is put in harm’s way. Tyrell must make a stand by taking on the mob, taking on Shota, and finding the money to pay their landlord — Mr. McGetty — before the day ends. It will be the wildest and most incredible day of his life!

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Action-Flix.com on PMMG

Kickboxing and Action Legend Don "The Dragon" Wilson is Back in "Paying Mr. McGetty

Hollywood, CA (May 3rd, 2017) Kickboxing Champion and legendary action star Don "The Dragon" Wilson is back like you've never seen him before in Traditionz Entertainment's action-packed comedy Paying Mr. McGetty from director Michael Baumgarten (The Martial Arts Kid)! After a night of drinking and gambling, Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor, Netflix's Luke Cage) is awakened by an angry call from his girlfriend, Meena (Anita Clay) and finds himself in bed with a strange woman, Cecelia (Alissa Schneider) -- a local mob boss' daughter. Once the local mob boss finds out, he hires Shota (Wilson) -- a relentless hitman. To make matters worse, the reward on Tyrell's head has dozens of others looking for him, too. Adding to Tyrell's troubles, the worst thing of all... Meena, the love of his life, is put in harm's way. Tyrell must make a stand by taking on the mob, taking on Shota, and finding the money to pay their landlord -- Mr. McGetty -- before the day ends. It will be the wildest and most incredible day of his life!

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ScreenAnarcy covers PMMG again!

Don "The Dragon" Wilson's PAYING MR. MCGETTY gets a new poster and a trailer!

Action superstar and kickboxing legend Don "The Dragon" Wilson's latest film PAYING MR. MCGETTY, a quirky action comedy from Traditionz Entertainment, has premiered a new poster and a trailer! Wilson co-stars as a laconic hitman, while star R. Marcos Taylor (BABY DRIVER, LUKE CAGE) appears as a man about to have the most hilarious and perilous day of his life. The film premiered at the Burbank International Film Festival and won awards, and is looking at a release late 2017.

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Review from World Film Geek

REVIEW: Paying Mr. McGetty (2016)

A man is about to go through the worst day of his life in this action-comedy from the makers of The Martial Arts Kid. Tyrell is a dry cleaning deliveryman and aspiring rap producer who after a night of drinking and gambling wakes up one day to find he isn’t home but in bed with a young woman named Cecilia. She swears nothing happened, but Tyrell still doesn’t understand the situation. When Tyrell receives a call from his girlfriend Meena about having to pay Mr. McGetty, their landlord, two months rent to prevent an eviction, he leaves and goes to work. However, this will just be the beginning of a long day for Tyrell.

Rocco, a local gangster, has learned about Cecilia and Tyrell since he has a relationship with her. When he and buddy Vinnie attempt to confront Tyrell, things don’t go as planned. Rocco makes a phone call to his boss, Cecilia’s father, and he decides to hire assassin Shota to do away with Tyrell. As Tyrell juggles between his job, his dreams, and dealing with both his girlfriend’s wrath and being hunted down by Shota as well as other goons hired by Cecilia’s father, Tyrell is in for a long day. All he can hope to do at this point, is survive.

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Video View Review

Paying Mr. McGetty - Review

Kickboxing Champion and legendary action star Don "The Dragon" Wilson is back like you've never seen him before in Traditionz Entertainment's action-packed comedy Paying Mr. McGetty from director Michael Baumgarten (The Martial Arts Kid)! After a night of drinking and gambling, Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor, Netflix's Luke Cage) is awakened by an angry call from his girlfriend, Meena (Anita Clay) and finds himself in bed with a strange woman, Cecelia (Alissa Schneider) -- a local mob boss' daughter. Once the local mob boss finds out, he hires Shot (Wilson) -- a relentless hitman. To make matters worse, the reward on Tyrell's head has dozens of others looking for him, too. Adding to Tyrell's troubles, the worst thing of all... Meena, the love of his life, is put in harm's way. Tyrell must make a stand by taking on the mob, taking on Shota, and finding the money to pay their landlord -- Mr. McGetty -- before the day ends. It will be the wildest and most incredible day of his life!

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Action Elite talks with Stunt Co-ordinator John Kreng

John Kreng talks Paying Mr. McGetty

John Kreng is an actor, fight coordinator, writer, director and also the author of Fight Choreography: The Art of Non-Verbal Dialogue which has become a bible for those in the industry looking for insight in how to craft better fight scenes. John recently coordinated the fights in Paying Mr. McGetty starring Don “The Dragon” Wilson and R. Marcus Taylor; he chats with The Action Elite about working on the movie.

You did the fight coordinating for the new action comedy Paying Mr. McGetty; what appealed about the project? Several things really appealed to me about this; one of which was getting to work with Don “The Dragon” Wilson. He was somebody I watched fight as a kid growing up and I would read interviews and articles on him in magazines. So when he started doing movies I thought that was really cool. So I worked my way up over the years and when his brother James Wilson asked me to coordinate on Paying Mr. Getty my reaction was “wow, really?” It was such an honour to be asked and get to work with Don. He was amazing to work with because he has a certain understanding and a logic; he let me create what I needed to create and he would take it and make it his which is great because it’s such a collaborative process. I felt honoured that he gave me that power to put stuff together. He would watch what I had choreographed with the stunt crew where he would say, “Ok I see why you’re doing this and this but I just need to change it to work for me” so it was a great process. The other was getting to work with my friend Marcus Taylor; he’d been my friend when he was just a stuntman and to see him rise so quickly was an inspiration and also I’m very proud of him. He’s one of those guys that wears his emotions on his sleeves so what you see on screen is pretty much what it’s like in real life when you’re hanging out with him.

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Grindhouse interviews James Wilson and Don Wilson

A FAMILY OF DRAGONS: TALKING WITH MARTIAL ARTS ROYALTY

“Hey how’s it going?” I ask James Wilson, brother of legendary kickboxer Don “The Dragon” Wilson and producer on a few Don’s most recent films. “As far as I know, everything’s going good.” James happily responds while Don runs to grab a drink and go to the bathroom. And so began my first of three interviews I was slated to do with the key people involved with the unique upcoming action comedy Paying Mr. McGetty. Along with co-lead R. Marcos Taylor (whose credits as Suge Knight in Straight Outta Compton and as a stuntman in Luke Cage are almost as impressive as his knowledge of blaxploitation film), The Dragon one of the stars of this organized crime film meets kung fu flick meets comedy of errors… oh and it’s a love story too. You see, Taylor’s character Tyrell is trying to solve some questions he has about his previous night (blacked out and woke up in someone else’s bed) while he runs for his life from a brilliantly bad ass hitman (Wilson’s Shota Kabu) and, also, figures out how to pay the back rent that he and his lovely lady (Anita Clay as Meena) owe his landlord, Mr. McGetty. From the point of this set up, we find out more about the true characters of both Tyrell and Shota; and, we get to see both of them kick some major ass.

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Cinapse interviews R. Marcos Taylor

Mr. McGetty Gets Paid: A Chat with R. Marcos Taylor

You may not know R. Marcos Taylor, but you will. Primarily a stunt man, Marcos has played some more well known roles such as the tougher than nails thug Suge Knight in Straight Outta Compton. In fact, you can see him in a few episodes Marvel’s 2016 neo-blaxploitation Netflix hit Luke Cage doing what he does best, as he’s flying all over the place with agility you’d never expect for a man of his stature. However, after his first lead role, alongside Don “The Dragon” Wilson, in upcoming 2017 romantic comedy by way of kung fu kickassery, Paying Mr. McGetty, it’s hard to believe there isn’t much more in store for a man born to play a leading role.

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Dan's Movie Report Review

Paying Mr. McGetty! Production Update: Movie Review! A Dan's Movie Report Exclusive!

Greetings valued Dan's Movie Report Readers, the second half of my 5000 mile round trip odessys back in 2003 with my first meeting of Don (the Dragon) Wilson back in 2003 it was a oh so brief hello so short I never even brought it up when I met him last Sunday at the Worldwide premiere of his new flick 'Paying Mr. Mcgetty' His friends list is full but I do not like to reach out to someone blindly. Back when The Martial Arts Kid came out, which I enjoyed as it was a family film and partly shot in my home state, I wanted to go to the filming as I have known Cynthia Rothrock for close to 20 yrs. Things did not work out, I saw the film grow and grow and I was impressed how a small flick could have an impact and I started chatting online with Stunt Woman and actress Crystal Santos and when she told me it was the only one of Don's Films she could take her kid to see hand he has so many, I was like wow, you are right.

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Martial Arts Action Movies Talks about PMMG

PAYING MR GETTY – MOVIE REVIEW

Looking for another light-hearted martial arts movie? Well here’s a look at one very recent film called ‘Paying Mr Getty’. Much like The Martial Arts Kid, Paying Mr Getty is a film directed by Michael Baumgarten, written by him and also Adam W. Marsh. While the light-hearted nature of this film mimics The Martial Arts Kid, Paying Mr Getty is less of a teen-drama and more of an adult action comedy.

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Explosive Action on PMMG

Paying Mr. McGetty (2016)

Tyrrell (R. Marcos Taylor, Steven Seagal’s Code of Honor) is about to have a bad day. Waking up hungover from a night of gambling to a call from his girlfriend about overdue rent when he is in the bed of another woman is not the ideal start. It escalates quickly when he leaves the motel with said woman and is photographed by - what turns out to be - a mob informant, who then dobs Tyrrell in for having an unauthorised night out with the mob bosses’ daughter! And the obvious and sensible reaction to this state of affairs is to of course send not one but two hitmen out after him; the second being none other than Don “The Dragon” Wilson playing hitman Shota Kabu. All this combined with the fact he is now running late for his delivery day job makes for Tyrrell’s bad day becoming worse.

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BulletProof Action Interviews Star R. Marcos Taylor and Director Michael Baumgarten

Talking Mr. McGetty: R. Marcos Taylor

Our special interview series entitled Talking Mr. McGetty continues today with a conversation with one of the stars of Paying Mr. McGetty, R. Marcos Taylor. Taylor is a martial artist and up and coming actor who many may recognize as the actor who portrayed Suge Knight in Straight Outta Compton. Taylor also has a recurring role in the Netflix series Luke Cage and in 2017 he will be sharing the screen with Kevin Spacey, Jon Hamm and Jamie Foxx in an action thriller entitled Baby Driver.

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Talking Mr. McGetty: Michael Baumgarten

Welcome to a first for Bulletproof Action. Today will mark our first exclusive interview. Over the course of the next three days we will be interviewing three of the key players in the film Paying Mr. McGetty. We are calling it Talking Mr. McGetty and our first interview is with the man behind the scenes of this quirky action comedy, filmmaker Michael Baumgarten.

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411 Mania Interviews R. Marcos Taylor, Don "The Dragon" Wilson, and Director Michael Baumgarten

411 Talks With R. Marcos Taylor About Working With Don Wilson, Paying Mr. McGetty, and More

R. Marcos Taylor is an actor, stuntman, and martial artist who, according to imdb, has been active in the movie and TV business since 2011. He has performed stunts for TV shows such as White Collar, Blue Bloods, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Sons of Anarchy, and Luke Cage and the movies Dead Man Down, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and The Martial Arts Kid. As an actor, Taylor has appeared in all of those shows, along with others, and has had parts in movies like Straight Oughta Compton and Code of Honor. Taylor stars in the upcoming action comedy Paying Mr. McGetty alongside action legend Don “The Dragon” Wilson (the movie will see release at some point in 2017). Taylor recently took time out of his busy schedule to talk with this writer about Paying Mr. McGetty, his career, working with “The Dragon,” and more.

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Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson Talks w/411 About New Film Paying Mr. McGetty

If you’re an action movie nerd of the late 1980’s/1990’s you know who Don “The Dragon” Wilson is (and if for some reason you don’t, well, I have no idea what you were doing in the 1990’s. Obviously it wasn’t anything worthwhile). A former professional kickboxer who won multiple world kickboxing championships in various weight divisions over the years, he became a star in Hollywood and the independent film world working with the legendary Roger Corman with Bloodfist in 1989. Since then, Wilson has made over 30 movies, most of them low budget but still awesome independent action flicks like Blackbelt, Inferno (aka Operation Cobra), and Night Hunter. He’s still active in the movie business, appearing in movies like The Martial Arts Kid and the soon to be released Paying Mr. McGetty. The incomparable “The Dragon” recently took time out of his very busy schedule being a badass to participate in an interview with this writer where he discussed making Paying Mr. McGetty, the movie business, his movie career, and more

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Michael Baumgarten Talks w/411 About His New Film Paying Mr. McGetty

Michael Baumgarten is a writer, producer, and director who has been involved in the movie and TV business for several years, directing nine projects and producing twenty (you can check out his imdb credits page here). Alongside Traditionz Entertainment Baumgarten has directed The Martial Arts Kid and the soon-to-be-released Paying Mr. McGetty, both featuring modern action legend Don “The Dragon” Wilson. Baumgarten recently took time out of his very busy schedule to participate in an interview with this writer about Paying Mr. McGetty, the movie business, working with “The Dragon,” and more.

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Hollywood Matrimony Reviews PMMG

Paying Mr. McGetty -Review by Bobby Blakey

After the success of the inspirational anti-bullying film The Martial Arts Kid, the team is getting back together with stars R. Marcos Taylor and 11 Time Kickboxing champion and action film icon Don “The Dragon” Wilson along with director Michael Baumgarten for the film Paying Mr. McGetty. Could they have another hit on their hands with this different type of film or will it not be able to pay off its debt?

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Flickering Myth interviews Don and James Wilson

Exclusive Interview: Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson and James Wilson on Paying Mr. McGetty

Kickboxing legend turned action star of over 30 feature films Don “The Dragon” Wilson is back in the radically unique action comedy Paying Mr. McGetty from Traditionz Entertainment, the same company that produced Don’s previous hit film The Martial Arts Kid. Don and his brother James Wilson, who produced both films, sat down with with Flickering Myth for an exclusive interview on Paying Mr. McGetty, and they discussed Don’s role as an assassin (a rare villain-type part for Don) in the film, as well as their company Traditionz Entertainment.

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Freakin' Awesome Network Review PMMG

Film Review: Paying Mr. McGetty

Michael Baumgarten comes into my life at the most opportune of times. A few months ago, I reviewed his pleasant coming of age martial arts fable, “The Martial Arts Kid,” amidst an impending midterm. It was a pleasant diversion from the woes of college exams! Now, I’m reviewing his latest film, “Paying Mr. McGetty” amidst impending final exams. It too is a pleasant diversion from the woes of college exams! While both films don’t realize their full potential, they’re charming stories with an eclectic cast and jovial spirit!

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Flickering Myth Reviews PMMG

Movie Review – Paying Mr. McGetty (2016)

A hearkening back to the early ’90s when quirky action comedies like Destiny Turns on the Radio, The Gun in Betty Lou’s Handbag, and (a personal favorite of mine) Blame it on the Bellboy played in theaters, Paying Mr. McGetty is a sweet little breath of fresh air in our tumultuous climate of global worry and notions of impending doom and gloom. It’s an extremely down to earth riff on mistaken identity and comedic chaos, with a protagonist who wakes up one morning and has no idea how he got there or who the woman sleeping next to him is. This guy is the good-hearted but gambling addicted Tyrell (R. Marcus Taylor who did a three-episode stint on Netflix’s Luke Cage and makes his bread as a stuntman), and the woman sleeping next to him is the fiancée of a local crime lord named Rocco (Wade Williams). Tyrell sort of stumbles out of the hotel room in shock, thinking how he’s going to explain his behavior to his girlfriend (played by Anita Clay), but when a photograph is taken of Tyrell and Rocco’s fiancée together, Tyrell’s day takes a turn for the worse as Rocco puts a hit out on him. The assassin who takes the call is the soft-spoken but untouchable Shota Kabu (Don “The Dragon” Wilson), and it doesn’t take long for Shota to find him. Add to the mix a whole other element on Tyrell’s tail (Rocco and his thugs go after him too), and Tyrell – who’s basically just trying to get home in one piece – must reclaim his childhood passion for the martial arts to recover some semblance of sanity to a day that has become the most insane day of his life!

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Action Elite Reviews PMMG

Paying Mr. McGetty Review 2017

Paying Mr. McGetty is unlike any other movie I’ve watched this year or any year for that matter. It’s a low budget affair starring Don “The Dragon” Wilson in a supporting (but pivotal) role; he’s an enforcer called Shota Kabu who beats people up who owe his boss money. His main task in the movie is track a down on his luck loser named Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor) and teach him a lesson for messing with a mobster’s girlfriend. Tyrell is a very sympathetic protagonist as we’ve all had days where it feels like everyone is out to get us… in his case they actually are. His girlfriend is nagging at him over the phone trying to get him to pay the rent (fair enough) while he is driving around town making deliveries for his boss Mrs. R (Forbes Riley). He also has to avoid mobsters and assassins who are all after him so he really is not having a good day. At various points Tyrell stops off in a music studio as he tries to (desperately) make a success at something and there is a moment where he breaks down in easily the most moving moment of the film.

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That's Not Current Reviews PMMG

Movie Review: Paying Mr. McGetty (2016)

Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson is back (I’m always happy to write that), this time as a hitman for hire in the action comedy film Paying Mr. McGetty. R. Marcos Taylor plays Tyrell, a down on his luck dry cleaning service driver who wakes up after a hard night of partying and gambling next to a beautiful woman named Cecelia (Alissa Schneider). His girlfriend keeps calling him, wondering where he’s been all night and letting him know their landlord, Mr. McGetty, wants the rent money. If that wasn’t bad enough, Cecelia is the daughter of a mob boss and her boyfriend is a low level mob goon, and a price is on Tyrell’s head for something he actually didn’t do.

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Flickering Myth Interviews Director Michael Baumgarten about PMMG

Interview: Director Michael

Director Michael Baumgarten’s second film in a row starring kickboxing legend Don “The Dragon” Wilson is the quirky comedic action hybrid Paying Mr. McGetty. Their first collaboration was the hit coming of age action film The Martial Arts Kid, and it’s easy to see Baumgarten’s light touch as a filmmaker in both films. From producer James Wilson (Don’s producing partner) and Traditionz Entertainment, Baumgarten’s latest effort is a wildly unique effort with a diverse cast, and here he discusses the project in an exclusive interview with Flickering Myth.

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411Mania Reviews PMMG

Paying Mr. McGetty Review

Paying Mr. McGetty, directed and co-written by Michael Baumgarten, stars R. Marcos Taylor as Tyrrell, a man on the run from forces he doesn’t really understand and can’t control. All Tyrrell wants to do is get through the day, do his job, and get back to his girlfriend in one piece. However, due to a series of misunderstandings, there are deadly forces after him with plans for his total destruction. Tyrell is aware of the presence of some of those deadly forces, while others he remains unaware of until the very end. Tyrrell is just a regular guy out in the world. How the heck did he get into this mess?

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Farsighted Blog Reviews PMMG

“The Dragon”, at 62, Still Kicking All Types of Ass

The second film produced and directed by Michael Baumgarten and starring kickboxing legend, Don “The Dragon” Wilson that I’ve experienced in the past few months (family friendly action film The Martial Arts Kid being the other), Paying Mr. McGetty is a mixed bag that is hard to pigeon hole in any way. In some ways, it feels like one of the more well done cable network TV movies; think of it as one of the lighter, more fun Lifetime films, but heavily peppered with well choreographed fight sequences. Yet, in other ways, it transcends such a definition and feels like something different altogether with touches of organized crime films, mistaken identity action comedies (like The Big Lebowski or Lucky Number Slevin), and, of course, some 80s and 90s martial arts flicks thrown in. What genre or style to place this movie into is not an easily made decision. However, two things are for certain: it’s not necessarily a big budget, must be seen on a big screen type of film, but it is one worth checking out in some fashion; and, it’s not a boring piece of made for TV or direct to video trash.

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BulletProof Action Reviews PMMG

Bullet Points: Paying Mr. McGetty

I have seen quite a few Don “The Dragon” Wilson movies over the years. And while I can’t make the claim that I’ve seen every Don “The Dragon” Wilson movie, I feel like I can safely say that Paying Mr. McGetty is unlike any other Don “The Dragon” Wilson movie that came before it.

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Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson is back in action-comedy Paying Mr. McGetty

Kickboxing Champion and legendary action star Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson is back like you’ve never seen him before in Traditionz Entertainment’s action-packed comedy Paying Mr. McGetty from director Michael Baumgarten (The Martial Arts Kid).

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ScreenAnarcy covers PMMG!

Martial Arts Action Star Don "The Dragon" Wilson is back in the all-new action-comedy PAYING MR. MCGETTY!

Hollywood, CA (December 7th, 2016) Kickboxing Champion and legendary action star Don "The Dragon" Wilson is back like you've never seen him before in Traditionz Entertainment's action-packed comedy Paying Mr. McGetty from director Michael Baumgarten (The Martial Arts Kid)! After a night of drinking and gambling, Tyrell (R. Marcos Taylor, Netflix's Luke Cage) is awakened by an angry call from his girlfriend, Meena (Anita Clay) and finds himself in bed with a strange woman, Cecelia (Alissa Schneider) -- a local mob boss' daughter. Once the local mob boss finds out, he hires Shota (Wilson) -- a relentless hitman. To make matters worse, the reward on Tyrell's head has dozens of others looking for him, too. Adding to Tyrell's troubles, the worst thing of all... Meena, the love of his life, is put in harm's way. Tyrell must make a stand by taking on the mob, taking on Shota, and finding the money to pay their landlord -- Mr. McGetty -- before the day ends. It will be the wildest and most incredible day of his life!

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Slackjaw Punks Review PMMG

MOVIE REVIEW: PAYING MR. MCGETTY (2016)

Tyrell (R. Marcus Taylor) is a guy who knows how to go out and have a good time. This particular night he goes way too far with the gambling and drinking, so much so that when he wakes up in the morning he has no clue where he is or what happened the night before. Lying next to him is a gorgeous girl he doesn’t know and he’s in a hotel room with her. He learns her name is Cecelia (Alissa Schneider) and has a minor meltdown since he has an amazing girlfriend at home named Meena (Anita Clay) and she’s going to be furious. After talking with Cecelia, he learns they did nothing inappropriate but it doesn’t mean others won’t think they did. They’re spotted outside the hotel and it’s quickly reported to Cecelia’s boyfriend Rocco (Wade Williams), who is a local crime boss. After a short altercation, a hit is ordered for Tyrell and master assassin Shota Kabu (Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson) takes on the job. With a hitman on his trail, he has to worry about his boss, his angry girlfriend, and a landlord who is ready to evict him from his home. To call this a bad day would be an understatement, he’ll be lucky to survive it.

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Paying Mr. McGetty to screen at Urban Action Showcase

Breaking news: October 22nd 2016 PAYING MR. McGETTY wins BEST ACTION ADVENTURE in the feature film category at the Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival! Congratulations to cast & crew! PAYING MR. McGETTY actor Alissa Schneider wins FEMALE RISING STAR AWARD at the Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival. Congratulations Alissa! Head over to the official Paying Mr. McGetty FB page for more details.

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PAYING MR McGETTY is screening in Times Square!

PAYING MR McGETTY will be screening on November 12th at the AMC Empire 25 Times Square as part of the Urban Action Showcase. If you are in the Tri-State Area and would like to attend, you can get your tickets here.

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Martial Arts Entertainment presents PMMG

Paying Mr. McGetty – A Quirky Romantic Action Comedy

Paying Mr. McGetty is not your average action movie, but it sure has an action cast. Paying Mr. McGetty stars actor, stuntman and kickboxer R. Marcos Taylor (Straight Outta Compton, (2016), The Martial Arts Kid (2015) Baby Driver (2017), Girl from Compton (2017), Luke Cage (2016), and co-stars Don “The Dragon” Wilson, 11-time World Kickboxing Champion and star of over 30 action films. This is Don Wilson’s first role as “the bad guy”. The film also stars Anita Clay (Luke Cage, Genocide, City of Gold) and introduces Alissa Schneider.

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World Film Geek reviews PMMG

“PAYING MR. MCGETTY” WINS AWARDS; UPCOMING SCREENING

The indie action-comedy Paying Mr. McGetty won a few awards at the Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival this past weekend in Melbourne, Florida.The film itself won the award for Best Action Adventure Film and co-star Alissa Schneider won the Female Rising Star award for her role in the film. This adds the recent Best Actor in an Action or Comedy for lead actor R. Marcos Taylor at last month’s Burbank International Film Festival.

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Martial Arts Entertainment reviews PMMG

Paying Mr. McGetty, Straight Out of Compton Meets Kung Fu Panda

Straight Outta Compton meets Kung Fu Panda, that is Traditionz Movie 2 new action comedy film, Paying Mr. McGetty, written, directed and produced by Michael Baumgarten. The film stars martial artist and actor R. Marcos Taylor as Tyrrell, a guy who is trying to get his music company going, but is forced to pick up and deliver laundry to make ends meet. Action martial arts star, Don “The Dragon” Wilson plays a very mysterious and very silent assassin for hire, Shota Kabu, and he plays the role well. The two become adversaries after Tyrrell (Po my lovable Panda) gets drunk, loses all his money, and unknowingly sleeps with a local mafia boss’s daughter. Not happy with what happened, the mafia boss, Charlie, hires assassin Shota Kabu and puts a price on Tyrrell’s head—which brings in a plethora of hitmen.

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Dan’s Movie Report reviews PMMG!

Paying Mr. McGetty! Production Update: Movie Review! A Dan’s Movie Report Exclusive!

Greetings valued Dan’s Movie Report Readers, the second half of my 5000 mile round trip odysseys back in 2003 with my first meeting of Don (the Dragon) Wilson back in 2003 it was a oh so brief hello so short I never even brought it up when I met him last Sunday at the Worldwide premiere of his new flick ‘Paying Mr. Mcgetty’ His friends list is full but I do not like to reach out to someone blindly. Back when The Martial Arts Kid came out, which I enjoyed as it was a family film and partly shot in my home state, I wanted to go to the filming as I have known Cynthia Rothrock for close to 20 yrs. Things did not work out, I saw the film grow and grow and I was impressed how a small flick could have an impact and I started chatting online with Stunt Woman and actress Crystal Santos and when she told me it was the only one of Don’s Films she could take her kid to see hand he has so many, I was like wow, you are right. Paying Mr. McGetty! Production Update: Movie Review! A Dan’s Movie Report Exclusive!

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PAYING MR. McGETTY crushes the Melbourne Independent Film Makers Festival!

 

PAYING MR. MCGETTY received three film nominations at the start of the Film Festival. Due to the weather the film festival was pushed back to October 22nd. Once the film festival got going, PMMG cast and crew showed up in a classical entourage style to support the film.

 

Not only did the crowd love the movie but the film festival loved it as well! PMMG went on to win the FEMALE RISING STAR award for Alissa Schneider and BEST ACTION ADVENTURE. Congratulations to the whole cast and crew and Alissa Schneider!


Voice of America Kids talks about PMMG!

Listen in to the Review on VOICE OF AMERICA by KIDS FIRST Review of PAYING MR McGETTY! This is the largest online Radio platform in the world, and KIDS FIRST Is the largest of its genre. 4 ½ Stars out of 5! The Review begins 13 ½ minutes in, and runs till 23 ½ minutes. Check it out. Follow the Link to listen to the show!

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Martial Arts Entertainment presents PMMG

Paying Mr. McGetty – A Quirky Romantic Action Comedy

Paying Mr. McGetty is not your average action movie, but it sure has an action cast. Paying Mr. McGetty stars actor, stuntman and kickboxer R. Marcos Taylor (Straight Outta Compton, (2016), The Martial Arts Kid (2015) Baby Driver (2017), Girl from Compton (2017), Luke Cage (2016), and co-stars Don “The Dragon” Wilson, 11-time World Kickboxing Champion and star of over 30 action films. This is Don Wilson’s first role as “the bad guy”. The film also stars Anita Clay (Luke Cage, Genocide, City of Gold) and introduces Alissa Schneider.

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PAYING MR. McGETTY had it’s World Premiere at The Burbank International Film Festival

 

Paying Mr. McGetty is had it’s world premiere at the prestigious Burbank International Film Festival on Sept. 11th with Red Carpet starting at 12:30pm and screening at 1:30pm at the AMC Burbank 16 in Theater 11.

 

PMMG received Three Nominations. Two Best Actor nominations for Don “The Dragon” Wilson and R. Marcos Taylor and a nomination for Best Action Comedy. R. Marcos Taylor ended up walking away with the Best Actor award. Congratulations to R. Marcos Taylor!

PAYING MR. McGETTY Cashes In Its First Teaser

Last year’s momentous run of director Michael Baumgarten’s anti-bullying drama, The Martial Arts Kid, is now paving the way for Traditionz Films’s newest contribution to the film front with the new action comedy, Paying Mr. McGetty. Don “The Dragon” Wilson will be returning to the fray along with actor and stuntman R. Marcos Taylor now debuting in a lead role after briefly going toe-to-toe in Baumgarten’s previous film.

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