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Mamma Mia!

Mamma Mia! 2008

Mamma Meryl gets down to ABBA! Single mom Donna (Streep) is the owner of a small hotel in Greece (filmed on Skopoles). She's thrilled when her daughter Sophie (Seyfried) gets engaged until she learns that Sophie has secretly invited three men (Brosnan, Firth, Skarsgard) from Donna's frisky musical past to the wedding because she's convinced one of them is her dad. Too bad Donna isn't much help in figuring out which guy it is. Based on the successful, longrunning stage musical. Not yet reviewed. ?m/C Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Amanda Seyfried, Stellan Skarsgard, Julie Walters, Christine Baranski, Dominic Cooper; D: Phyllida Lloyd; W: Catherine Johnson; C: Haris Zambarloukos; M: Benny Andersson, Bjorn Ulvaes, Stig Anderson.

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