It may be considered nerdy, but I enjoy right much Christian cinema. I'm a sucker for entertainment of all kinds, and Christian media--books, movies, music, and television--rarely fails to deliver, in my opinion. It's no surprise that, when I saw "The Fourth Wise Man" on DVD at a yard sale for a dollar, I picked it up. What did I think? It wasn't amazing...but it was good. The actors, especially Martin Sheen, did a great job, and the film made for an excellent portrayal of how to *truly* seek Jesus. It also had an old-school charm going for it. However, some problems did exist: The film was quite pokey and the music was cheesy and/or annoying at times. I did feel a bit misled by the back cover summary, which said the story was "told in gently comic terms." I saw nothing humorous in it; the closest it came to "comic" was the usage of multiple exclamation points at the end of some sentences in the closed captioning, something I've never seen in all my years of watching TV and movies in "CC" mode. Still, those who enjoy old-school biblical epics, or are looking for a good film for an adult church movie night, should seek this out, but only as a rental at first.