Kelsey Grammar playing Herod for five minutes was the best part. An agenda driven piece to sneakily attack Christianity and current day politics. I read Bill Oreillys book. This is neither like Bills interpretation nor the actual subject matter. Oreillys book was outstanding. This movie was made by someone who clearly never read the book, more than likely is an atheist, and is trying to cash off its ( the books) success. I rented it for 3.99. I couldn't finish it. Even taking away any supernatural elements ( miracles and such) this book still managed to take liberties with plot. There are things in this movie that didn't happen anywhere in Scripture nor even in Oreillys book. I couldn't finish it. If you haven't read Oreillys book, read that instead. It's a masterpiece and it's a very easy read. If you read it just know that this movie has nothing in common with it perspective and presentationwise. Do not give these people your money.