Don't know which View Askewniverse movie I prefer more, this one or Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. This movie does a pretty good job of depicting Catholic religion in a humorous manner. Don't know why it was called blasphemy with Kevin Smith even being given a death threat twice. He did insert a disclaimer at the beginning of the movie saying that the movie isn't meant to be taken seriously. I, once again, found myself laughing a lot throughout this movie, perhaps even more than Clerks and Chasing Amy. How can a movie make fun of religion and respect it at the same time? I'm going to be honest with you: I think this was the first movie where I was rooting for almost everyone. I want the abortion clinic worker who's the last scion to stop Bartleby and Loki yet I still want them to succeed in their task to get back home in spite of the consequences that are bound to happen. Jay and Silent Bob steal the show yet again. I'm surprised I haven't stumbled into any theories that Dogma is just a fictional movie set within the View Askewniverse, since J&SB Strike Back has a scene where Matt casually mentions the movie to Ben as if it were fictional. An original, hilarious and secretly (and cleverly) provocative, Dogma is not as sinful as the Catholic Church makes it out to be. Only Mallrats - and, to some extent, Clerks II - left to go.