It's amazing what you can get when you add a little music! And a little modern flare. It both looks and sounds good, and they handled the musical bit of it all really well too.
It does the original justice, some times, and other times parodies it excessively, and in the end I'm not sure if it was a parody entirely or if it was more of a half-assed attempt at bringing the old message into the new age, with a more Christian undertone to it...
Well, it's more like an overtone sometimes. But I did like it. It has flare. It has crazy. It has Amy Spanger and Christian Campbell, among others. And God, the Devil; lots of others. The main duo were just perfect too, and so truthful to the originals, as was John Kassir. Some of the others... well, they're not perfect, but all in all it's all well-worth watching.
As long as you like music.
And as long as you don't mind a little over the top, and you don't have any preconceptions as to the message it's here to present.
It wasn't perfect, and I did have my doubts when it started out, but in the end I'm satisfied. Musical bits and madness make up for dubious message, and whatever else it might be lacking to reach that more solid, undeniable:
rated 4/5: fo shizzle