Yes, this is probably the newest and least relevant review to exist of Dogma, which was released in 1999. (Scarily, that's thirteen years ago!)
However I'm currently watching it for the second time and I can't find a thing to fault.
From Silent Bob's facial expressions, to the mere existence of Alan Rickman in the movie. The leading lady is funny without trying to hard, a relatable character that ironically works in an abortion clinic.
Perfect, if you get the chance you need to watch the film. I love the way it turns religion on its head, changing beliefs to misconception like God is a 'she' and there was a black thirteenth apostle. Hilarious!
A must-watch that needs to be viewed at least twice to understand all of its subtle humour.