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Dogma (Blu-ray Disc, 2008)

Kevin Smith, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck | Rating: R (MPAA)
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Imaginative theology and a bigger-than-usual budget make Kevin Smith's (CHASING AMY, CLERKS) fourth film a kind of post-Catholic fantasy that only a comic-book enthusiast of his caliber could dream up. It concerns banished angels, Loki (Matt Damon) and Bartleby (Ben Affleck) who, after a few millennia in Wisconsin, discover a loophole in Catholic doctrine that would allow them back into heaven--but prove the fallibility of God and destroy the universe. As they make their way to New Jersey to receive a plenary indulgence, God dispatches a seraphim (Alan Rickman) to recruit lapsed-Catholic Bethany (Linda Fiorentino) to stop the angels. She finds help in muses, prophets (Jay and Silent Bob), and the forgotten 13th apostle, Rufus (Chris Rock). Before long, all hell breaks loose (literally), and God (Alanis Morrisette) has to put in an appearance of her own. Smith's controversial (and very funny) film is powered by his trademark dialogue, ripe with observations on pop culture, religion, and bodily functions.

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  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Rating: R (MPAA)
  • Film Country: USA
  • UPC: 043396248519

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Genre:Comedies
Format:Blu-ray Disc

eBay Product ID: EPID64252539
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Editorial reviews

"...A fiercely ambitious script that never loses its raucous rhythm....Affleck gives his strongest performance to date..."
Variety - Peter Travers (12/09/1999)

"...Funny, original....A high-wire act..." -- 3 out of 5 stars
Premiere - Chris Cronis (06/01/2000)

"...There are kernels of genius here..."
Box Office - Lael Loewenstein (09/01/1999)

"...There is a keen intellect behind this devoutly defiant fable....Stuffed with cheery irreverence and inspired in equal parts by comic books, sports bar culture and the Bible..."
USA Today - Susan Wloszczyna (11/12/1999)

"...Mercilessly funny....The actors bring great, understandable enthusiasm to Mr. Smith's smart talk and wild imaginings..."
New York Times - Janet Maslin (11/12/1999)

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Created: 08/10/06

Dogma (2001, DVD)

Imaginative theology and a bigger-than-usual budget make Kevin Smith's (CHASING AMY, CLERKS) fourth film a kind of post-Catholic fantasy that only a comic-book enthusiast of his caliber could dream up. It concerns banished angels, Loki (Matt Damon) and Bartleby (Ben Affleck) who, after a few millennia in Wisconsin, discover a loophole in Catholic doctrine that would allow them back into heaven--but prove the fallibility of God and destroy the universe. As they make their way to New Jersey to receive a plenary indulgence, God dispatches a seraphim (Alan Rickman) to recruit lapsed-Catholic Bethany (Linda Fiorentino) to stop the angels. She finds help in muses, prophets (Jay and Silent Bob), and the forgotten 13th apostle, Rufus (Chris Rock). Before long, all hell breaks loose (literally), and God (Alanis Morrisette) has to put in an appearance of her own. Smith's controversial (and very funny) film is powered by his trademark dialogue, ripe with observations on pop culture, religion, and bodily functions.

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Created: 02/18/09

Dogma

Review For: Dogma (DVD, 2000)

Bethany (Linda Fiorentino) works in an abortion clinic and as a disillusioned Catholic, feels abandoned by God. One night, she receives a visit from the angel Metatron (Alan Rickman), who asks her to undertake a big mission, to stop Loki (Matt Damon) and Bartleby (Ben Affleck) - renegade angels banished from heaven to eternal exile in Wisconsin - who've discovered a loophole which would allow them back, in the form of a plenary indulgence to be granted by a church in New Jersey. If they succeed, the existence of the universe is threatened. She’s to be assisted by two prophets, Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Kevin Smith), the forgotten 13th apostle Rufus (Chris Rock) and a muse (Salma Hayek) who’s now working as a stripper.

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Created: 06/29/10

Yet another brilliant Kevin Smith film.

Review For: Dogma (DVD, 2000)

With an impressive cast (Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, Chris Rock, George Carlin, Alanis Morissette, Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes and more), this is a must-see. A hilarious parody of Catholic mythology, two rather malicious angels are kicked out of Heaven and are wreaking havoc on humanity down on Earth. Doing all of this, they discover a loophole that can get them back into Heaven, and their sins forgiven and forgotten. An abortion clinic worker is summoned by a Seraph in her sleep to prevent Loki (Damon) and Bartelby (Affleck) from walking through an archway, which is the entrance to Heaven. While getting attacked one late evening, she encounters two more prophets, Jay and Silent Bob, who save her life and accompany her on her road trip to this mysterious church. She runs into a lot of interesting people, allegedly from the Bible, and discovers why she was called upon to carry out this mission. This is great, and even if you are religious, pull up a seat, laugh and take this parody with a grain of salt.

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Created: 02/09/07

DOGMA--Your Own Spiritual Fun in a Box

I caught part of this film when I was flipping through channels one day, and it intrigued me. After I tracked down the name in the TV Guide, I started looking for a copy to buy. Local stores don't carry it, which is a shame, so I turned to Ebay, which is the way to go.

"Dogma" boasts a star-studded cast, including Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Alan Rickman, Chris Rock, etc. Rather than give details about the plot, I will say that this movie adds humor to religion and spirituality. It's filled with sexless angels, God on vacation, strip-teasing "Muse," fallen angels on a conquest, genocide, crabby priests, everything a comic religious flick needs.

I highly recommend this film for anyone not offended by spiritual humor. If you believe that everything "religious" is set in stone, then it's not for you. I am a Christian, and I have a sense of humor. I love God for his own sense of humor, and I'm certain that "Dogma" made Him laugh out loud.

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Created: 01/09/07

Great Buy!

I love this movie. It is very funny and a great way to spend a rainy day. Dogma is a great story line and an interesting concept. Matt and Ben play two determined fallen angles, bound for heaven. Their battle against Jay and Silent Bob proves to be their downfall and saves heaven from the entrance of th banished angels. I decided to buy this movie because it has long been one of my favorites and I wanted to add it to my growing collection.

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