Final scene of Dogma. Crisis of faith is over.





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Published on May 24, 2011

Dogma is a 1999 American fantasy comedy film written and directed by Kevin Smith.

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Of course Alan Rickman can knock you up with the sound of his voice. RIP.
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Table Hetfield
Silent Bob crying is still one of the saddest thing ever
As I see it, Alan Rickman only headed home after his mission today
Jacob Darling
One of my favorite portrayals of God. Less is definitely more, I loved that she didn't talk. Added to the mystery 
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Clara Oswin Oswald
This movie is so awesome. I always wanted to be Bethany, just because Metatron is her friend. Goodbye, Alan. You're just back in heaven where you came from. I'll miss you forever.
Patrick Williams
Isn't it ironic that God is played by the most amazing singer in the world, or at least one of them.
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Κορίνα Ayala
People really shouldn't be taking this movie so seriously. If they didn't read the hilarious disclaimer at the beginning of the movie, yeah I can see how one could get offended. The movie itself is a crap on theology as it incorporates most branches of Christianity, Norwegian and Greek mythology . . . along with other randomness. It's not for the butt-hurt. Its to laugh at.
If it were real time, Bethany's daughter would be in her teens in 2016. I kind of want to know what Kevin would write about her now.
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Logical Venom
Alan Rickman....a man so awesome,he can impregnate you with his bare hands
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Victor Martinez
Bethany: why are you here? God: pokes nose wah. lolololololol
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