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.Written by
Brian Tristam Williams
There's a reference to the Beatles early on in the movie when Sophie is addressing the invitations for the party she is planning. One of the addresses is c/o Epstein Martin, a composite of the surnames of the Beatles Manager Brian Epstein and their Record Producer George Martin. See more »
Upon young Donna's first visit to the barn, she slides down the banister and it falls apart along with the steps. Later that week upon learning about Sam's engagement she returns to the barn and breaks it off with Sam then storms up the stairs, which are now in tact only missing the banister. See more »
It would be amazing if someone could get these to the mainland for the last post.
The pleasure and privilege will be mine.
Señor, you're the manager. I need you to stay here and make sure this place is ready for the most incredible opening party of all time.
Whatever you dream, Sophie, we will make real.
[looking at photo of her mother]
This was her dream. I'm just trying to see it through.
You've done much more than that.
Yes, but is it enough? I wish I could ask her. I wish she was here.
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An after-credits scene between young Harry and the Greek passport checker. After young Harry leaves, the Customs Officer played by British stand-up comedian Omid Djalili looks at the camera and begins his rendition of "Take a Chance on Me." See more »
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again! has an alternative version. There is the Theatrical Version (the one we all saw) and the Original Version. The Original Version includes the full Knowing Me, Knowing You, The Name Of The Game, an alternative End Credits and the deleted song, I Wonder (Departure). Instead of the Theatrical 1:48:53 time length, the original version has a length of 1:55:21. See more »
Over-the-top, melodramatic, cliched and fantastic.
Feel-good film of the year. I cannot get over how good this movie was. It was the most entertaining sequel I've seen. Point. There was a portion in the middle of the film where I laughed after every line said.
This is a humorous, light-hearted film that gets you addicted to the feeling of being young; having no plans and being okay with the uncertainty of it all.
A aesthetically beautiful film that captures the heart of the disco eva of the 70's. Costumes are beautiful - especially that scene in the orchard when the girl wears that orange skirt. Gorgeous.
A film to watch with your mum, ganny and best friend. Go into the film with a smile and leave laughing. Don't expect to learn life lessons - just enjoy the silliness of the Mamma Mia universe.
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