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Dogma (1999)

aka Dogma

"It can be Hell getting into Heaven"

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Details: 130 mins · English · R (USA)


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I'd forgotten how much I like this movie. A fun and different take on fallen angels.

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No_movie_poster Howard Shore Original Music Composer
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Small Scott Mosier Producer
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"It can be Hell getting into Heaven"

"Faith is a funny thing."

"Prepare Thyself."

"Look out Below."

"It can be Hell getting into Heaven."

"Get 'touched' by an angel."


An old man (Cort) standing outside a skee ball arcade in New Jersey is beaten into a coma by three hockey stick-wielding teenagers, the Stygian Triplets.

Two fallen angels, Bartleby (Affleck) and Loki (Damon), were banished from Heaven after an inebriated Loki, with Bartleby's encouragement, resigned as the Angel of Death. Exiled to Wisconsin, the pair see their salvation when a church in Red Bank, New Jersey celebrates its centennial anniversary with a plenary indulgence. They can have their sins forgiven by passing through the doors of that church, and—upon death—regain access to Heaven. They fail to realize that this will overrule the word of God and destroy existence.

Release Dates:

Theatrical : 1999-11-12 : United States of America

DVD : 2000-05-02