Wayward angels Ben Affleck and Matt Damon, exiled in Wisconsin for millenia, discover that a New Jersey church holds the theological key to their getting back into Heaven. Problem is, if they succeed, all of creation will be obliterated. As faith affirming as it is controversial, Kevin Smith's off-the-wall satire follows a quirky band of crusaders, from abortion clinic worker Linda Fiorentino and "13th apostle" Chris Rock, to the ubiquitous Jay and Silent Bob, all trying to keep the angels from reaching their goal.

Year: 1999
Genre: Comedy, Spiritual Cinema, Save Me!, Carmen's Favourites
Country: USA
Director: Kevin Smith
Starring: Ben Affleck, Chris Rock, Matt Damon, Linda Fiorentino, Bud Cort
Duration: 123 Minutes
Rating: R16 - Contains violence, sexual references and offensive language.
Location in store: Comedy



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