Bibleman: Turning out the Unholy Hero

DVD Release: August 1, 2008
Bibleman: Turning out the Unholy Hero
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Synopsis

Another day, another demented villain. Seems like there’s a never-ending supply of evil-doers for Bibleman to eradicate thru the power of God’s Word.

In this latest episode, the new kids TV network is spotlighting “celebrities” who influence kids in a bad way. What’s so unusual about that? Turns out this network-WBIG, which stands for What’s-Bad-Is-Good-is run by a super-cool anchor-dude whose chiseled countenance conceals his life’s passion: blocking the gospel of Jesus Christ from reaching kids. Based on John 14:6, that’s not a mission-statement Bibleman is comfortable with. And when Bibleman is uncomfortable, villains begin to tremble.

Dove Review

Bibleman and his helpers must face the woman villain “I Am Wonderful” who wants universal praise and power, and also 2Kul who runs an unholy TV program from his network WBIG, which stands for “What’s-Bad-Is-Good” and encourages kids to be disrespectful toward their parents. One character hits his evil cohort over the head with a glass that breaks a couple of times, but the violence level is minimal and the theme is a good one, helping kids to recognize the importance of respecting parents and other people.

We gladly award this program our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: A few words like "bonehead", "fool" and "doofus" are used by a villain.
Violence: A character breaks glass over other character's head twice; laser sword fight.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: A character uses a TV station to plant seeds of disrespect in kids; scriptures are quoted.

Info

Company: Thomas Nelson
Writer: Wille Aames
Director: Willie Aames
Genre: Action
Runtime: 60 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter