Reviews of the Gospel of John are beginning to come in now, this one from the Washington Post:
'The Gospel of John': A Good-Faith Effort
It is particularly critical of the use of the Good News Bible for the translation, "a decidedly unpoetic and unevocative text". There's an error in the article -- "it makes sense that the company [Visual Bible International] would start with John" -- but it's their third departure, already having covered Matthew and Acts.
This review in the Orange County Weekly is more enthusiastic (and it makes the same mistake about this being the first project of Visual Bible International):
The Very Good Word: The Gospel of John converts without moralizing