Spider-Man: Homecoming Movie Review

Real Talk By: CMack The Don

I’ve read before that Spider-Man is the world’s most popular, most merchandised comic book character, and with three different film representations in a little more than 10 years, I would believe it.

Normally I would be skeptical or say it was too many webheads, not enough recovery time, but after the webhead’s cameo in Civil War, I was ready for more adventures of this version of the character, and eager to see how he would fit into the MCU. Continue reading “Spider-Man: Homecoming Movie Review”

Iron Fist Season 1 Review

Real Talk by: Cmack The Don

You don’t have to be a comic book fan to know that Marvel is one of the biggest forces in the entertainment industry right now, expanding past well-known characters such as Spider-Man and the X-Men into Iron Man in 2008, who started the Marvel Cinematic Universe, which has now found its way onto Netflix, with 4 exclusive 13 episode series about characters that fans of live-action only material may have only heard of for the first time.

Daniel Thomas Rand K’ai, also known as Danny Rand, or Iron Fist, is the most recent in a long line of powerful warriors from a mystical city known as K’un L’un. Aside from being able to summon his organic energy into powerful feats of strength and skill, he is also one of the Marvel Universe’s most highly trained and deadly martial artists, being able to go toe-to-toe with or even defeat characters such as Daredevil, Wolverine, Captain America, and even Colossus. Continue reading “Iron Fist Season 1 Review”

Side Missions: Small Crimes

Your friends at Play Legit and Feikert Creative participated in the Columbus 48 Hour film contest.  We were given a Genre, prop, and Line we had to include.  The movie was required to be made within that time limit.

Law enforcement’s Small Crimes Division has its biggest case yet. Continue reading “Side Missions: Small Crimes”

Side Missions: Janitor Cop The Movie

Washed out former officer Steve Fisher is the only hope for a dirty job. With the clock ticking, he is called in to dust off his rusty skills and polish his tarnished reputation. Can he sweep the Arena in time, or will he find himself picking up the pieces? Continue reading “Side Missions: Janitor Cop The Movie”

Side Missions: Janitor Cop

So this past weekend, several of us from the site participated in the 48 Hour film contest.  We were given a Genre, prop, and Line we had to include.  The movie is required to be made within that time limit. Late-night editing sessions were in full effect.  Naturally, we took what was given to us and came up with an absolutely absurd concept.  Enter: “Janitor Cop”.  Continue reading “Side Missions: Janitor Cop”