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Previously released on DVD as a no-frills disc, Columbia TriStar Home Video has thankfully re-released Kevin Smith's controversial satirical religious fantasy, Dogma, as a two-disc special edition. The DVD is thoroughly excellent and a prime example of what the format is really capable of. Disc one contains the digitally mastered film in its original theatrical ratio of 2.35:1 (Smith's first film in scope), anamorphically enhanced for widescreen TVs. The picture is superb and seems identical to the transfer on ...
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Previously released on DVD as a no-frills disc, Columbia TriStar Home Video has thankfully re-released Kevin Smith's controversial satirical religious fantasy, Dogma, as a two-disc special edition. The DVD is thoroughly excellent and a prime example of what the format is really capable of. Disc one contains the digitally mastered film in its original theatrical ratio of 2.35:1 (Smith's first film in scope), anamorphically enhanced for widescreen TVs. The picture is superb and seems identical to the transfer on the no-frills release. The film, which has been given an expansive 5.1 Dolby Digital boost, also seems identical to the previous disc's audio. The film's audio is also available in English, French, and Spanish two-channel Dolby Surround. The audio and visual quality of this disc is worth the price alone, but fortunately there is a lot more included, namely two commentary tracks. The first track is the more breezy, loose, and damn well funny, with Smith and stars Ben Affleck, Jason Lee, Jason Mewes, producer Scott Mosier, and View Askew partner-in-crime Vincent Pereira all delivering the goods. The track is hilarious, though it is also filled with some interesting production anecdotes and more. The track is also equipped with a great little addition called "Follow the Buddy Christ." By clicking on the said option in the "Special Features" menu, a blinking image of Buddy Christ will occasionally appear in the lower right corner of the screen. Hit enter on your remote control and two small screens will appear at the bottom of the screen showing Smith and crew relentlessly chain-smoking while recording the commentary track. A fun little option. The disc's second commentary track includes Smith, Mosier, and Pereira giving a more production-detailed history of the trouble-plagued shoot, sans the Buddy option. Though it lacks the former track's anarchic feel, the second one is even better, as it chronicles the frustration of making the ambitious, yet still low-budget film. It must also be noted that, though both tracks are filled with sometimes brutally frank comments, some of the names have been bleeped to protect the not-so-innocent. But for all of disc one's digital treats, the real fun kicks in with disc two. Containing a plethora of visual goodies, including 100 minutes of deleted footage (the quality of which has been intentionally downgraded) with intros by Smith and Pereira, cast and crew outtakes and bloopers, storyboards to three major scenes, talent files, theatrical trailer, and a link to the View Askew website, the extras easily make this a must-have disc. The DVD also contains some rather funny animated menus and even better hidden extras. By going to the last page in the "Scene Selections" on disc one, viewers can hit the number 3 key on their remote controls twice and get a little surprise; on disc two, they can go to the last page in "Deleted Scenes" and press the number 2 and 4 keys on the remote; another little surprise awaits.
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Special Features

Disc one: Widescreen transfer of Dogma, three audio commentary tracks, one by director Kevin Smith, Ben Affleck and Jason Lee, another by producer Scott Mosier and Vincent Pereira, and the third by director Kevin Smith, Producer Scott Mosier and View Askew Historian Vincent Pereira; Judge Not: In Defense of Dogma documentary feature; storyboards
Disc two: 100 minutes of Deleted Scenes with View Askew Crew; crew and cast outtakes; Jay and Silent Bob's Secret Stash Spot; talent files
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/26/2001
  • UPC: 043396056145
  • Original Release: 1999
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Cinemascope (2.35:1)
  • Presentation: Special Edition / Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
  • Language: English, Français, Español
  • Time: 2:08:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Ben Affleck Bartleby
George Carlin Cardinal Glick
Matt Damon Loki
Linda Fiorentino Bethany
Salma Hayek Serendipity
Jason Lee Azrael
Jason Mewes Jay
Alan Rickman Metatron
Chris Rock Rufus
Bud Cort John Doe Jersey
Alanis Morissette Woman-God
Kevin Smith Silent Bob
Jeff Anderson Gun Salesman
Brian O'Halloran Grant Hicks
Janeane Garofalo Clinic Girl
Betty Aberlin Nun
Dan Etheridge Priest At St. Stephens
Guinevere Turner Bus Station Attnedant
Barrett Hackney Stygian Triplet
Jared Pfennigwerth Stygian Triplet
Kitao Sakurai Stygian Triplet
Technical Credits
Kevin Smith Director, Editor, Screenwriter
Thomas L. Bellissimo Special Effects
Belardinelli Effects Special Effects
Jonathan Gordon Executive Producer
Laura Greenlee Co-producer
Larry M. Gruber Set Decoration/Design
Vincent Guastini Makeup
James Alan Hensz Asst. Director
Robert H. Holtzman Production Designer
Scott Mosier Editor, Producer
Abigail Murray Costumes/Costume Designer
Whit Norris Sound/Sound Designer
Randall Poster Musical Direction/Supervision
Howard Shore Score Composer
Station X Studios Special Effects
Diana Stoughton Set Decoration/Design
Elise G. Viola Art Director
Robert Yeoman Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selections
1. Start [:54]
2. Loki and Bartleby [:02]
3. The Loophole [:03]
4. Bethany [:01]
5. Azrael [1:40]
6. Metatron [:58]
7. The Fine Print [3:08]
8. Jay & Silent Bob [3:00]
9. John Hughes Fans [2:10]
10. Adulterers Repent! [:01]
11. Rufus [:03]
12. 13th Apostle [:02]
13. Serendipity [:30]
14. Golden Calf Massacre [1:22]
15. A Muse [:07]
16. Golgothan Demon [3:48]
17. A Warning [6:30]
18. Bethany & Barry [1:49]
19. Train Fight [:09]
20. Epiphany [1:50]
21. Jesus' Grandniece [1:05]
22. Foul Play Afoot [4:20]
23. Holy Bartender [2:56]
24. Azrael's Grudge [4:38]
25. "Take A Shot." [:13]
26. "He Just Lost It." [:02]
27. God Revealed [:01]
28. Miracles [:01]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Don't Play Movie!
      Say Three "Hail Marys."
      Remember, Fish on Fridays.
      Floss Your Teeth.
      Try the Rhythm Method.
      Turn Off Your TV.
   Play Movie!
   Audio Set-Up
   Special Features
      Cast and Crew Commentary
         Cast and Crew Commentary: ON
         Cast and Crew Commentary: OFF
         Cast and Crew Commentary with Video Hijinks: ON
         Cast and Crew Commentary with Video Hijinks: OFF
      Technical Commentary with Director & Crew: ON
      Technical Commentary with Director & Crew: OFF
   Subtitles
   "!?!?"- "My Opinion"
Side #2 --
   Jay and Bob's Secret Stash Spot!
   Story Boards
      Mooby Sequence
      Triplet Attack Sequence
      No Man Attack Sequence
   Outtakes
   Trailer
   Saints & Sinners
      Kevin Smith
         Biography
         Selected Filmography
      Ben Afflick
         Biography
         Selected Filmography
      Matt Damon
         Biography
         Selected Filmography
      Chris Rock
         Biography
         Selected Filmography
      Salma Hayek
         Biography
         Selected Filmography
      Linda Fiorentino
         Biography
         Selected Filmography
      Jason Mewes
         Biography
         Selected Filmography
      Jason Lee
         Biography
         Selected Filmography
      Alan Rickman
         Biography
         Selected Filmography
   Deleted Scenes
      Jay finds solace in Christ.
      Cardinal Glick speaks... a lot.
      Bethany's Boo-Hoo
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    DOGMA

    I love this movie. You laugh and smile most the way through it. I would give it to anyone of my friends to watch.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Makes You Think

    This is an excellent intersection of judeo-christian mythology, traditions, customs, socio-religious dogma and personal faith in crisis. It is funny only if you are allowed to actually think about what you believe, rather than just believe it. That is a warning.

    The actors all turn in excellent performances, but what else can you expect in a Kevin Smith vehicle driven by Affleck, Damon, and Rickman with Salma Hayek, Chris Rock and Jason Lee? It is irreverent and hilarious, but only to those to who already recognize dogma as an artificial construct designed to impose control on large groups of people in the interests of wealth and power. Enjoy!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    dogma

    i watched this on tv when i was younger and it was interesting. it had some weird and funny moments plus memorable characters like who else... jay and silent bob. when you watch gotta remember its only a movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Lapsed Christian Gets It!

    Though the cursing might put off some of us Christians with more moral sensibilities, this lapsed Christian thoroughly got the message. It got me to think about Christianity from a more enlightened, worldly view. Thanks Jay and Silent Bob!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Seen Over 2000 movies, Dogma is in my top 10

    Easily the best kevin smith movie avalible. This is one of the smartest, funniest and most thought-provoking comedies I have ever seen! Some catholics may take offense to this movie, but I'm a catholic and I loved it. If someone took offense to this, then they just aren't seeing past the profanity and religious mockeries. But come on, lets face it fellow catholics, our donomination is pretty easy to use as a comical target, so just relax and enjoy the movie as a movie and don't take it so seriously. Oh yeah, and for anyone who is a little confused about religion, some very interesting ideas and theories are brought up in this film amongst the vulgarities and fake blood.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Watch it more than once!!!!

    'Dogma'is a movie that is devious,devilish,and delishious. It's use of 'tongue-in-cheek' violence is brilliant. Kevin Smith is a very funny and clever man.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2003

    A good movie

    I liked this movie because it was hilarious and worthwhile. Though I didn't like the language I still enjoyed it. I am a ''silly'' Catholic but I still got this movie it was very funny and I loved the cast. Ben Affleck and Matt Damon were incredible. Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith were wonderful. I love Alanis Morissette and Chris Rock so of course they were great.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Dogma & Spirituality

    I happen to be deeply Spiritual. My faith teaches me to walk in the path of Christ (the Anointed One). I despise many organized religions because there is so much shaming and blaming, and driving away of those who need spirituality and support the most. I know many recovering Catholics, Pentecostals, Baptists, etc. The one most important message from Jesus was to love one another. Some of us have missed it completely. I loved Dogma because Kevin Smith was not afraid to blurt out (!) what so many are afraid to say about organized religion, and the hypocrisy that man has generated in the name of Christ. Yet, he did so in a delightful and powerful way. Jocularity! Fundamentalist Christian? An oxymoron. I praise God that we live in a country where we are free to worship or not, pray or meditate, and freely criticize and debate with one another (hopefully, following the example of doing so in a loving way). Congratulations to Kevin on having the courage to speak forth...is a sequel in the works?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    great movie

    I watched Dogma when it first came out and was too young to understand the humor. I just watched it again four years later and realized how hilarious it is. It is a great religous satire, just over the top enough so as not to be too offensive. I would say that anyone who has a good sense of humor should give this film a try. The only thing I wasn't wild about was Alanis Morrisette as God.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    WOW

    Three words for this movie. Wow. Awesome. Hilarious. Oh ya, Dude you really have to learn how to spell. (a-n-g-e-l-) ha-ha-ha

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 23, 2002

    I loved this movie

    Dogma is one of my favorite movies. Not only is it hilarious, but in a sick and twisted way it also makes sense, and explains religion through the eyes of kevin smith, who I also have grown to love.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2002

    Dogma...WOW

    I loved this movie...it was the 1st Kevin Smith movie I saw, and it inspired me to see his others, all of which are completely worthwile. Plus, the cast is amazing...Alanis as God, Chris Rock as an Apostle...WATCH DOGMA!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Greatest Movie Ever

    Ok, so the Catholics are uptight about this movie because it makes fun of them. Well it makes fun of all religion too. And the guy who gave this 1 star, learn how to spell angels and then we'll talk. He obviously did not understand the plot because he was Catholic. Silly Catholics, Dogma's not for you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Nothing shy of sheer genius

    This is a pearl of wisdom from the brilliant Kevin Smith. Kevin has never missed with a film yet. Each one is better than the previous. Hollywood needs to start recognizing that he is the up and coming King of moviedom.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    AWESOME

    Dogma was an ecxellent movie because it has so many good actors in it, like Matt Damon. It also pointed out the fact that everyone has different beliefs, so I really thought the movie was the bomb, and so is matt Damon and Ben affleck

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One of the best films ever

    One of the best movies you will ever see, guarenteed! Kevin Smith is deffinately one of the best, if not the best, writter/directors/actors out there. If you like Clerks, Mallrats, and chaising amy, then you will love dogma.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hillarious!!!

    This movie was done to perfection. This movie does not poke fun at religion it just shows you that religion is mostly based on peoples interpretation. Excellent actors and actresses. Funny from beginning to end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Kevin Smith's best

    The best of all of the Kevin Smith movies. If you enjoyed Mallrats or Clerks, you'll love this religious mockery! I noticed the first reviewer had some confusing and negative things to say about the movie, I can only assume they're a holy-holy. If you're some sort of religious fanatic, don't bother buying this movie, but if you need a good laugh and you are able to set your religious beliefs aside for a little while, this movie is well worth your time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    I thought it would be good.

    I think Dogma was a bad Movie because of the way they made heaven the way they think it looks. The director made it so the two angles that were trying to get back into heaven killed all the people of the world. I think that was dumb and stupid on there part. Some parts were good like (Chris Rock) as an angle that helps the woman to stop the angles. The outlook of heaven was ok but they made is like angles were able to come down and live as a human and also had god as a girl. Some believe that god does not have a form. They were trying to say he is coming back with his try form, but really I don¡¯t think so. I just think this movie was a bad idea, the actors were great but the plot, climax, and ending were not good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2001

    Dogma-my review

    First of all, I would like to say that Kevin Smith is a very fine director, and a good actor, although he isn't given much credit there. Second, Matt Damon and Ben Afleck have such a strong chemistry on and off screen that it shows through their acting. I think that this movie really let Matt work his comedic side. Ben had a more serious role, acting as the one with more common sense out of the two fallen angels. Third, I really liked the way Kevin covered the movie completly. What I mean is that he really went into some fine detail with the whole Bible being gender biased, and the Plenery Indulgence ''Loophole'', so much that anyone (not just Catholics,) would catch on and understand the plot. The only problem I had with the film was that I had some little questions left unanswered. Such as, what happened to Loki(Damon), what became of Bethany's daughter. Of course this is just me, I always have go into detail like that. I AM ALSO LOOKING FORWARD TO ''JAY AND SILENT BOB STRIKE BACK'' COMING THIS SUMMER.

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