Bartleby (Ben Affleck), a watcher, and Loki (Matt Damon), the former Angel of Death were exiled in Wisconsin and have plans of passing through the church in New Jersey. The voice of God Metatron (Alan Rickman) seeks the last person who can save the whole of existence. He appears infront of Bethany Sloane’s (Linda Fiorentino) bedroom. After conversing, she discovers that she is adied by 2 prophets Jay and Silent Bob (Jason Mewesand Kevin Smith), 13th apostle Rufus (Chris Rock) and a muse Serendipity(Salma Hayek). God (Alanis Morissette) rights everything that was wronged. Some quotes on the flick: Bartleby – “The lesson must be taught. All are accountable … even God.” Azreal – “It's a human construct! But true to his irresponsible nature, man won't own up to being its engineer, so he blames his dark deeds on my ilk!” Rufus – “Life should be malleable and progressive; working from idea to idea permits that. Beliefs anchor you to certain points and limit growth; new ideas can't generate. Life becomes stagnant.” The soundtrack was good and character build-up solid. A few reservations I had was the ominous vulgarity, a blasphemous icons and one of the protagonists. I wasn’t too impressed with the performance of Linda Fiorentino, the supporting cast of course were magnificent. Dogma is a movie when if you feel like having a minute history lesson in Christianity and having a laugh out loud experience at the same time.