Dogma

Corrected entry: At the end, he clearly fires about 200 bullets out of a half-full Mac 10 clip, which would have been approx. 15 rounds. A Mac10 fires around 15 rounds per second, yet he holds that trigger down for about 10 seconds.

Correction: This was the gun that appeared in Azrael's hand in the bar. Guns summoned into existence by demons can safely be presumed magical.

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Corrected entry: When God destroys Bartleby she goes out into the street to clean up the mess that he made. When she gets there she is standing right next to Loki, but look closely at Loki's legs - when the camera moves up to God you can see Loki's legs moving out of the way.

Correction: [She IS God. She probably moved them herself, maybe to get them in a better spot for the removal.].

Corrected entry: According to "official" mythology Loki and Azrael should swap names. In Scandinavian mythology Loki is the god of mischief, the instigator of conflicts. In Muslim belief Azrael is one of the archangels and, more specifically, the angel of death. In Jewish tradition Azrael is the embodiment of evil but, as the angel of death, does God's work.

Correction: This is a work of fiction. Kevin Smith can name his characters whatever he wants. He was not refering to those existing characters.

Continuity mistake: When Silent Bob carries Bethany's body back to the church after she's been killed by God's blast of lightning, watch her fingers when Silent Bob puts her down; she adjusts them to rest more comfortably on her arm.

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Metatron: Any documented occasion where some yahoo claims God has spoken to them, they're speaking of me. Or they're talking to themselves.

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Trivia: Kevin Smith once happened upon a demonstration against this movie by a group of Catholics. Since nobody recognized him, he simply joined in.

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Question: Why is it that The Metatron, Bartleby, and Loki all refer to God as "He" when God actually turns out to be a woman? The Metatron even says "her" and "she" to Bethany, in reference to God, in a very patronizing manner, as if she's holding on to an incorrect belief.

Answer: Metatron explains at the very end that God has no gender, and can appear on Earth as a man or a woman. Metatron's patronizing tone is indicating that there are far more important matters afoot than which gender noun to use to describe God.

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