In 1999, Kevin Smith released his fourth film, Dogma, which satirizes religion. The film stars Ben Affleck and Matt Damon as fallen angels who aim to prove God’s fallibility and cause the unraveling of existence. The movie was inspired by Smith’s Catholic upbringing and George Carlin’s stand-up comedy. Despite protests and controversy, Dogma became Smith’s biggest hit, earning $44 million on a $10 million budget. However, the film is currently unavailable for streaming or purchase due to its ownership by Harvey Weinstein. Smith has stated that he has no plans to revisit Dogma or make a sequel.