Mamma Mia! (2008)

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Set on a colorful Greek island, the plot serves as a background for a wealth of ABBA songs. A young woman about to be married discovers that any one of three men could be her father. She invites all three to the wedding without telling her mother, Donna, who was once the lead singer of Donna and the Dynamos. In the meantime, Donna has invited her backup singers, Rosie and Tanya.
Amanda Seyfried as Sophie
Stellan Skarsgård as Bill - 'Snake Charmer'
Pierce Brosnan as Sam
Nancy Baldwin as Sam's PA
Colin Firth as Harry
Heather Emmanuel as Harry's Housekeeper
Colin Davis as Harry's Driver
Rachel McDowall as Lisa
Ashley Lilley as Ali
Meryl Streep as Donna Sheridan
Julie Walters as Rosie
Christine Baranski as Tanya
Ricardo Montez as Stannos
Mia Soteriou as Arina
Enzo Squillino Jr. as Gregoris
Full cast

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? Mamma Mia! If you like musical comedy you will love this movie. This movie brought me back to the 1970?s. It had great music, dancing and it was a fun, fun movie to see. The scene I liked the best was when Donna (Meryl Streep), Tanya (Christine Baranski) and Rosie (Julie Walters) sang Dancing Queen one of my favorite songs. The movie story was based around a bride-to-be on a Greek island trying to work out which of three men that got her mother pregnant 20 years earlier. She Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) invited the three men to the wedding in order to find out who her father was so he can give her away. The story was some what predictable however; it ended with a surprising twist. The movie is no academy award for acting and musical shows but it is a breath of fresh air of some other movies with all kinds of violence that ended up dead on arrival. Mamma Mia! Is a fun movie for general audiences.


If pressed I will admit I've been an ABBA fan for 25 years and really liked the stage musical. If you also fall in that category, be careful to keep your expectations in check for this movie. There were a lot of pleasing moments, especially when the older gal pals (Christine Baranski and Julie Walters) take center stage. Meryl Streep did a respectable singing job and of course gave a fine acting performance that really gave the movie a soul. The actress playing Sophie was a babe with a nice voice and good chemistry with Streep. The only glaring problem was Pierce Brosnan. The audience actually laughed as he sang and emoted through SOS. But just his presence was enough for my date, who had not seen the stage production but totally loved the movie. Which sums up this movie - great for the gals and passable for the guys, i.e., a nice date movie!


I was looking forward to seeing this movie and I got to see it at a screening. The singing was good, the story was just ok for me. However, I must say that the movie did entertain me and I had a great time. There are definitely very good points of the movie that had me falling out of my seat laughing. Even though I got to see an advance screening, I think I may go and watch it again.


OK. Mama Mia was on my ?don't care? list. I didn't really plan to see it. First, because Theatrical Musicals usually have a tough time making it on the screen and I prefer them on Broadway, and second, because I couldn't imagine Pierce Brosnan singing in a musical. (Hold over from enjoying him as James Bond I guess) But my wife and some close friends dragged me to see it as I kept trying to convince them that we'd enjoy X-Files much more. (Maybe it?s my male ego?!) Nevertheless, I not only enjoyed it, I loved it. I laughed, I cried, and I cheered right along with what seemed to be an audience predominantly composed of women and Abba fans. Besides the incredible performances by Brosnan and Streep, Christine Baranski and Julie Walters steal the show. Stellen Skarsgard - guess which character he was in Pirates of the Caribbean, I dare you! - is world class as is Colin Firth. Love Colin in any role really. Guys - Amanda Seyfried will make you remember your first love. Go see it.


Oh, just go. It's fun, it's campy, and it's something different. Yes, the stage production really can't be topped, but Ms. Streep was fabulous. Mr. Brosnan was gorgeous, but woefully miscast in this role as he can't sing and overemotes while warbling. The supporting cast was mostly forgettable and the stars underutilized. But there's fun music, laughs, and dancing. So, just go!

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