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Dogma (15)

“Love this movie. Alanis Morissette as God, brilliant...”

Written on: 05/06/2013 by timmytank (80 reviews written)

Love this movie. Alanis Morissette as God, brilliant casting. It is funny, a bit risque but as long as you take your sense of humour with you you will enjoy it… Read Full Review

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Dogma (15)

“Controversial but totally entertaining.”

Written on: 25/04/2012 by Patkelly555 (1 review written)

I know some people have said it is controversial, and I suppose it is a bit, but at the same time, it's just a film. Really enjoyable, great performances by all the cast especially Damon and Affleck. I watched it again recently, and found it just as relevant as it was when I saw it way back when. A really engrossing movie, lots of interesting questions, everyone should see it if they can… Read Full Review

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Dogma (15)

“Gripping and Thrilling ”

Written on: 04/04/2012 by marlon.davis46 (2 reviews written)

Dogma is one of the most interesting films that I have ever seen – it had me totally engrossed. Matt Damon and Ben Affleck have done a great job. They are both actors par excellence… Read Full Review

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Dogma (15)

“Don't take it too seriously”

Written on: 29/12/2011 by kathy007 (1 review written)

With it's controversial religious theme and elements, the film had already hit a rough road before its release and even a good star cast has failed to save the day for this film.Like most of Smith's comedies, this movie contains explicit conversations about sex, marijuana use, and a lot of profane language. An advise for parents, watch this movies with your children at your risk. There are also several violent scenes involving two renegade angels and a few demons, but the blood is over-the-top… Read Full Review

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Dogma (15)

“Dogma is a must watch film from the director Kevin...”

Written on: 15/04/2005 by cowcalves (48 reviews written)

Dogma is a must watch film from the director Kevin Smith (Silent Bob). The film follows fallen angels played by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck on their quets to re-enter heaven. However they must be stopped or it will mean the end of the world. A woman called Bethany is set the challenge of stopping them guided by Jay and Silent Bob an aposle (Chris Rock) and a Muse (Salma Hayek). While the film is very religious it is not designed to force religion on the viewer and infact questions it quite a… Read Full Review

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