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Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!

UK | USA, English, 114 mins

  • Director: Ol Parker
  • Writer: Ol Parker
  • Producer: Benny Andersson; Judy Craymer

CGiii Comment

Here we go again!

Well, they really ought not to have bothered. All we can really say about this - disaster - is: Bring back Phyllida Lloyd and Catherine Johnson!

Because...Ol Parker was not fit for purpose, neither as director nor screenwriter. To be fair, few people behind the camera were fit for purpose...that includes the casting director, the wardrobe department, the editor...and, as for continuity...well, let's just say that position remained unfilled throughout the shoot!

This debacle is more of a prequel than a sequel...there are younger versions of all the main characters...in what can only be called the miscasting of the century. Apart from Lily James' promiscuous Donna, all were blithering, charmless caricatures of their older counterparts.

Obviously, this film's USP was Cher...and, the Abba songs. Well, you have to wait for Cher, she pops in at the end, delivers a few bitchy lines and sings an out-of-place and rather convoluted Fernando. The rest of the songs are a curious mixture of B-sides and snippets. Yes, there are the big songs...but, they get lost in the manufactured story. The Super Trouper finale, as entertaining as it is, really does not fit into the structure whatsoever.

No surprises, it made a fortune at the Box Office. But...as far as sequels/prequels go...this is down there with the worst of them!


Trailer...

The(ir) Blurb...

Discover Donna's (Meryl Streep, Lily James) young life, experiencing the fun she had with the three possible dads of Sophie (Amanda Seyfriend). As she reflects on her mom's journey, Sophie finds herself to be more like her mother than she ever even realized.

Cast & Characters

Lily James as Young Donna;
Amanda Seyfried as Sophie;
Meryl Streep as Donna;
Stellan Skarsgård as Bill;
Christine Baranski as Tanya;
Pierce Brosna as Sam;
Colin Firth as Harry;
Dominic Cooper as Sky;
Andy Garcia as Fernando;
Julie Walters as Rosie;
Cher as Ruby Sheridan;
Jeremy Irvine as Young Sam;
Hugh Skinner as Young Harry;
Naoko Mori as Yumiko;
Omid Djalili

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