Make no mistake, Kevin Smith's talky, farcical comedy of cosmic errors is clever. But it's clever in a deeply juvenile way, like the high-IQ wiseass you knew in parochial school who rehearsed for a career in law by confounding priests with
preposterous scenarios in which, technically speaking, it wasn't actually sinful to covet thy neighbor's wife or fail to honor the Sabbath. Cardinal Glick (George Carlin, a veteran Catholic teaser) is preparing to kick off his trendy "Catholicism Wow!" campaign, featuring a friendlier image
of our Lord and the restoration of indulgences, the spiritual get-out-of-jail-free cards that helped disgrace the mediaeval church. Ba...