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Dogma is a welcome change of pace for the films usually reviewed on Divine Cinema.  Jeff, Dylan and Adam all agree that this movie was fun to watch. It is a good hearted film wrapped in a health dose of adolescent humor and Biblical mythology.  In addition, it has an amazing cast of actors; Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, the always amazing Alan Rickman (RIP), Chris Rock and Salma Hayek. Of course the real question is where does this movie stack up on the pieces of silver scale?  Listen and find out if Jeff, Dylan and Adam think murderous angels, Alanis Morissette as God and a poop demon make Dogma worth the price of eternal damnation or not.


Initial Thoughts on Dogma (01:03)

Divine Cinema Review of Dogma (07:21)

Ratings and Redeemed Perspectives (49:21)


After being banished from heaven for thousands of years, two angles, Bartleby and Loki, are presented with an opportunity to get back into the presence of God.  However, to accomplish this goal would make God a liar and therefore destroy existence itself. So with the help of an angel named Metatron, Rufus the 13th apostle, Serendipity, Jay and Silent Bob, the last remaining relative of Jesus Christ, Bethany, sets out to a church in New Jersey to save all of reality


From Our Review of Dogma

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