Beca, a freshman at Barden University, is cajoled into joining The Bellas, her school's all-girls singing group. Injecting some much needed energy into their repertoire, The Bellas take on their male rivals in a campus competition.
In 19th-century France, Jean Valjean, who for decades has been hunted by the ruthless policeman Javert after breaking parole, agrees to care for a factory worker's daughter. The decision changes their lives forever.
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
Jeremy Irvine, who plays young Sam Carmichael in the film, also plays a younger version of Colin Firth's (Harry Bright) character in "The Railway Man." See more »
Toward the end of the movie, Sophie refers to Sam as her, "Step Dad," but throughout the story line, refers to all three men as her, "Dads," especially since one of them would be biological. Since Sam married Donna at the end of the first film, he legally, and actually, IS Sophie's Step-Dad, regardless of what their biological relationship is. 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 ...
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An after-credits scene between young Harry and the passport checker. After young Harry leaves, the passport checker 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 »
I wanted to like this, I really did. I love ABBA music and I'm a dude. But seriously, I could not stomach 20-mins of this female fantasy musical. It gets a "3" rating from me because the production values and casting were top notch, it's gorgeous to behold but ugh, the plot, the painful singing, the unrealistic situations, just tortuous, sorry, but I did try.
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