Wednesday, 14 April 2010

DVD Review: Bibleman Powersource: Combating the Commandant of Confusion

Combating The Commandant of Confusion: A Bibleman Live AdventureDVD Review
Title: Bibleman Powersource Series
Combating the Commandant of Confusion: A Bibleman Live Adventure
ISBN: 1400316111
Length: approx. 60 minutes with bonus features
Release Date: 2010
Ages: 6-10

While teaching at the Bible Adventure Training Academy, the Bibleman’s (a human transformed by the word of God) secret weapon, the armor is God is stolen by the treacherous villains. Bibleman and his Bible Team must stop the villains from using the weapon against them.

I honestly never knew anything about Bibleman when I received this DVD to review. Not counting the bonus features, the LIVE episode is under forty minutes, and was somewhat painful for me to watch. It’s obvious that this shows is aimed for a younger audience. The acting is horrible, the costumes are silly, and the special effects are even worse. It reminds me of the “Mighty Morphin Power Rangers,” but with a Christian twist to it. Bibleman is like a superhero with a light saber. There are a few fight scenes to keep a kid’s interests. Despite the moral messages, the story is still the basic good vs. evil storyline, but with bad production values.

Note: I would like to thank the Thomas Nelson Publishers for sending me this complimentary copy to review.

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