I was very excited to see this on sale around Easter while trying to put together activities for my youth class. My youth class ranges in age from 4- 11 years old. I bought this movie with the anticipation that the children could visually see the story of Christ sacrifice. While they did see this there was quite a bit of reading at the beginning of the movie and many of my students were unable or not at a proficiency level to read it. I believe the second part of the dvd had a narrator read it although part one did not. This lead to having to refocus the younger children who lost the thrill of watching the movie after a two minute spill with no pictures. Overall it was an okay movie and let the kids get a basic understanding of the story. Although I had some grief over some inconsistencies in the story that don't match the bible. I would definitely have a review session afterwards to point some of them out especially with the older kids. If you are showing it to younger kids I would suggest skipping the intro and doing a short spill of your own about where the story starts.
Wasn't accurate at all, probably wasn't even a christian who wrote it. That's the world for you, always adding or taking away from God word. either that or they will try in some sense to make it seem stupid, and they let out key points in this movie.
Even while the children are playing this DVD, the parents are listening and need to hear the message. This is one of many reasons I like to get the Gospel into the home of grandchildren...so their parents can also take in its truth.