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Judge Not: In Defense of Dogma (2001)

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An in-depth look about the controversy surrounding Kevin Smith's "Dogma", and the effects it had on those involved in its production.
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Credited cast:
Ben Affleck ... Himself (Interviewee)
Matt Damon ... Himself
Jason Lee ... Himself (Interviewee)
Jason Mewes ... Himself (Interviewee)
Scott Mosier ... Himself (Interviewee)
Alan Rickman ... Himself (Interviewee)
Chris Rock ... Himself
Kevin Smith ... Himself
Ken Stevenson Ken Stevenson ... Himself (Interviewee) (as Kenneth Stevenson)
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An in-depth look about the controversy surrounding Kevin Smith's "Dogma", and the effects it had on those involved in its production.

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This documentary was originally going to be on the Dogma (1999) Special Edition DVD but was not finished in time. It was put on the Vulgar (2000) DVD instead. See more »

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Lighten up!
21 February 2005 | by dustyrosegypsySee all my reviews

The Catholics have so much to be embarrassed about these days, so it's no wonder they're particularly sensitive to anything that shows them in a ridiculous light. This movie was just plain funny. When your in a position of public embarrassment, what else can you do but laugh?

I thought Alan Rickman's and Linda Fiorentino's portrayals of their characters were great. The other characters made a good supporting cast, as well.

The only thing I really didn't like about it was the character of God at the end. It was stretching it a little too much, but that could be because I was expecting something closer to George Burns' depiction of God in his movie of years ago.


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