Released on November 12 of 1999 in the USA, "Dogma" (also known as "God", "Bearclaw") is an Adventure/Comedy/Fantasy/Romance film directed and written by Kevin Smith . Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are starring, alongside Linda Fiorentino, Jason Mewes, Chris Rock and Alan Rickman.
A New Comic Fantasy from the Director of 'Clerks' and 'Chasing Amy'
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 [...]
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the director of "Dogma"?
Kevin Smith is an American actor, director, writer, and producer.
Kevin Smith has directed Ben Affleck in "Chasing Amy", released in 1997 in which Ben Affleck portrays Holden McNeil, "Mallrats" (1995) in which Ben Affleck plays Shannon Hamilton, "Jersey Girl" (2004) in which Ben Affleck plays Ollie Trinke, "Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back" (2001) playing Holden McNeil/Himself, "Clerks II" (2006) (Gawking Guy).
What was the release date of "Dogma"?
"Dogma" was first released in France on Friday, May 21, 1999.Release date for the United States:
- Friday, November 12, 1999
- Sunday, December 26, 1999