Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Movie synopsisDiscover Donna's (Meryl Streep, Lily James) young life, experiencing the fun she had with the three possible dads of Sophie (Amanda Seyfriend). Sophie is now pregnant. Like Donna, she'll be a young mother, and she realizes that she'll need to take risks like her mother did.
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There is something gratifying about the day-and-night battle in sensibilities involving this weekend's two major films... I loathed The Dark Knight sufficient to return a couple of days later for another viewing, but Mamma Mia! Is just one of those few films in years I could've sat through another time shortly then. Adapted in the stage musical and led from the show's original manager, Phyllida Lloyd, this playlist of ABBA strikes together with all the flimsiest of plots accomplishes the toughest task of the film musical. It makes exploding into song look to be a perfectly reasonable - indeed, exceptionally desired - thing to do, and it leaves the viewer wanting to do exactly the same. I see a major uptick in late-summer karaoke celebrations.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is an upcoming musical romantic comedy film directed and written by Ol Parker, from a story by Parker, Catherine Johnson, and Richard Curtis. It is the sequel and prequel to the 2008 film Mamma Mia!, which is based on the musical of the same name. The film stars Lily James, Amanda Seyfried, Christine Baranski, Julie Walters, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgård, Dominic Cooper, Cher and Meryl Streep.
That is presuming, of course, the film can herd girls into theatres in anywhere near the amounts Sex and the City failed before this summer. Meryl Streep has stated about her twentysomething kids her singing, dance lead part in Mamma Mia! They will need to move to Alaska or somewhere." The exact same could be true of young female viewers whose notion of trendy does not incorporate a 59-year-old girl dancing on a rooftop from overalls into the breeds of the title tune. Those individuals can kiss Meryl's denim-clad buttocks. What is fantastic about Mamma Mia! Is its own complete disconnect from trendy, its certainty that middle-aged girls in overalls will be the hottest thing going. It posits a transgenerational, pansexual heaven that is so profoundly queer that if among the characters comes from the cupboard late in the film, the revelation appears superfluous. We have just spent the past 90 minutes singing ABBA whilst line-dancing on docks in snorkeling flippers, and you are telling us you are gay? Big whoop.
Summarizing the wisp of a narrative sounds more trouble than it is worth, but good: 20-year-old Sophie conducts a shabby B & B to a remote Greek island along with her free-spirited lone mum, Donna. On the eve of Sophie's wedding Sky, she shows to her bridesmaids that she is secretly invited three guys to the marriage, any one of whom might be her daddy. The possible dads, played by Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, and Stellan Skarsgård, arrive at tandem, each presuming he has been encouraged by his old fire.
Five years after the events of Mamma Mia!, on the Greek island of Kalokairi, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) is pregnant with Sky's (Dominic Cooper) child while running her mother's (Meryl Streep) villa. Her relationship with Sky has been turbulent for some time, giving her cause to doubt that she can survive without her mother, Donna. With Tanya (Christine Baranski) and Rosie's (Julie Walters) guidance, Sophie will find out more of Donna's past, including how she fronted The Dynamos, started her villa on the island from nothing, met each one of Sophie's dads (Pierce Brosnan, Stellan Skarsgård, and Colin Firth), and raised a daughter, without a mother to guide her. She also has an unexpected visit from someone she had not ever even met: her grandmother, Ruby Sheridan (Cher).
That is pretty much it, actually. managed to have its own way with everybody in the audience at the screening I attended, due to Streep's barnstorming performance along with the audio of Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson, the Swedish duo who composed a few dozen of their catchiest pop tunes ever. Musical-theater purists might be put off from the irregular vocal ability: The impish Amanda Seyfried does possess a pure, trilling ingénue voice, also Streep can promote a tune like nobody's business, even though she is not just a singer. However, a few of the players, such as Pierce Brosnan, have been in way over their heads.
Finally, Streep supplies the picture's life force; it is almost difficult to imagine that there are currently nine productions of Mamma Mia! Anyone who is ever wept with their car radio will delight to Streep's passionate delivery of"The Winner Takes It All" to a rocky outcrop. And anybody who's used a hairbrush for a microphone must get off to the showstopping"Dancing Queen" amount, where an whole village of Greek girls follows Streep and her cohort into the sea Pied Piper-style, confirming their God-given capability to dancing, jive, and have the time of their lives.
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