Bagman offers many opportunities to laugh heartily at (with?) its underwhelming characters. It also invites us to identify with Ethan Michaels determination to take risks in pursuit of what he wants in life.
Director Ian Cranston knows when to make a joke and when to leave well enough alone, without taking away from the gravity of Mr. X’s darker themes.
The other stars of the show — his friend Von Vandervien and Albino Black — weren’t cast so much as accumulated through chance encounters. They’re the real neighbors who live in and around the building.
Albino Black: Allegedly, people have been spreading rumors about you being a male stripper for the ladies.
So what’s it all about? It’s a 10 short film collection of some of the best iCizzle comedy shorts. If you’re not familiar with iCizzle that’s ok. He’s a comedy gem who has yet to be cast on SNL.
When Dogs have a problem again. Theres only one man they can call again… iCizzle!! Dog IDS Vol 2 is almost here. Why the 5 year wait for Vol 2?
BAGMAN AND THE FEAR OF DEATH tells the story of 30 something-year-old Ethan Michaels (Cranston) who works in the small suburbs of Bothell, Washington to live with his parents, and becomes drawn to the superhero life.
1692 is produced by Charlie Estepp, Ian Cranston, Rob Zombie, Jay Franke & David Herro. The deal was negotiated between Sony Pictures Classics and iCizzle Visuals and Endeavor Content. Hyde Park International represents the remaining world rights.
The return of Tony Lowery has begun! This Lyric video created by iCizzle Visuals stuns us all! A powerful song and video. The video starts with images of old time religion and images of mother Mary. The lyrics, at times, are hard to understand so having this video show us what Tony Lowery is speaking […]
The follow up single to 2013’s “I Promise This” now a departure from the sexual singing. J-Shep loves the smile from a beautiful girl. as do we here at SnoreReviews.com 0 Snores out of 5. this is a really uplifting pop ballad about a breath taking smile. Source: J-Shep – Smile