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Dogma (1999)

NOTE: These commentaries are only available on the Special Edition release of Dogma.replica watches replica watches uggs outlet replica watches fake watches

Commentaries on this disc:

Commentary 1: Director Kevin Smith, producer Scott Mosier, actors Ben Affleck, Jason Lee, and Jason Mewes, and View Askew historian Vincent Pereira Rating:8.0/10 (47 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by draven99 on April 25th, 2004:Find all reviews by draven99
Kevin Smith commentaries are always a pleasure, funny and informative at the same time. Besides who doesn't like listening Jason Mewes? Besides the fact that this is a really good film.
Reviewed by bad_in_plaid737 on June 17th, 2004:Find all reviews by bad_in_plaid737
The best View Askew commentary tracks are the ones that include Affleck. He and Kevin just have fun on these things.....its like what are the putting in the punch bowl.
Reviewed by space guy on August 13th, 2004:Find all reviews by space guy
Smith and Co. are funny as always. Another great commentary.
Reviewed by Alexander on January 14th, 2005:Find all reviews by Alexander
Kevin Smith doesn't fail when it comes to his commentaries. Along with the stellar cast, this commentary provides a lot of interesting facts about the movie, such as the classic "Shulerbop," and others.

For any fan of the movie, this commentary track is highly recommended.
Reviewed by Pineapples101 on December 7th, 2010:Find all reviews by Pineapples101
Probably my favourite Kevin Smith commentary. Very laid back and often hilarious, while still packed with interesting info. Superb track, one of the best.
Reviewed by Hungry Baz on February 3rd, 2013:Find all reviews by Hungry Baz
A good track. However, Jason Lee just praises everybody and nothing else. Ben and Kevin make fun of each other, Mewes has clue what was going on (he was on drugs at the time of his life) and Scott and Vincent give you the behind the scenes info.

Ben does impressions of Salma Hayek and Denzel Washington.

Kevin said the first stunt man who played the Golgothan almost died because of the lack of oxygen in the suit.
Reviewed by thegibson99 on January 17th, 2017:Find all reviews by thegibson99
This commentary is fairly entertaining. A 50/50 balance between interesting and innocuous info. A treat to have Affleck on the commentary, especially when his friends bust his balls. Smith, though, being the softie he is, is still very bitter about negative reviews he received for the movie. His comments foreshadow his complete anti-critic meltdown 10 years later.
Only recommended if you're a big fan of the movie or View Askew.
Commentary 2: Director Kevin Smith, producer Scott Mosier, and View Askew historian Vincent Pereira Rating:7.6/10 (34 votes) [graph]Login to vote or review
Reviewed by Littlejerry 1.4 on June 18th, 2004:Find all reviews by Littlejerry 1.4
One of my top 5 favorite movies of all time. Same with this commentary. Smith is at his best, Affleck is better than his commentary is Mallrats. My favorite part is when they give Mewes a hard time about his pot use and his nomination fron High Times. Just like Mallrats the video segments are a plus.
Reviewed by space guy on August 13th, 2004:Find all reviews by space guy
Not as funny as the first but just as entertaining. A more technical commentary that offers great information on movie making.
Reviewed by Hungry Baz on February 3rd, 2013:Find all reviews by Hungry Baz
Kevin starts the commentary by saying "If you're expecting any laughs, watch the other track."

The reason why this commentary was done was because Scott didn't think that the last one had anything technical on it.

They talk about how Kevin and Linda Forentino didn't get along due to creative differences. There were even days that Linda didn't talk to him. Kevin would also have this problem with Bruce Willis on Cop Out. Scott said the fake crap used for the Golgothan smelt like cat pee and all differences kinds of poo was made. They explain in specific detail.

They mention the reason why Bartleby has two bags of popcorn in the airport scene was because Angels have no stomach so he's chewing on the popcorn and spits in an empty bag. Also for the scene where Metatron is drinking a tequila and spits it in an empty glass.

They explain that all the men in the board meeting were played by stunt men because there was going to be an action sequence when Loki kills them all.

They talk about Cat holism, the look of the film and other technical things. I really enjoyed it and it's nice to see a serious side to these men after watching the humorous track.