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Five years after meeting her three fathers, Sophie Sheridan prepares to open her mother’s hotel. In 1979, young Donna Sheridan meets the men who each could be Sophie’s biological father.

Director: Ol Parker

Release Date: 2018-07-18
Status: Released
Run time: 120 min / 2:0
Budget: $75,000,000
Revenue: $167,225,525
Production Companies : Legendary Entertainment, Playtone, Littlestar
Production Countries: United Kingdom, United States of America
Release Date: 2018-07-18
Status: Released
Run time: 120 min / 2:0
Budget: $75,000,000
Revenue: $167,225,525

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Casts

Amanda Seyfried
as Sophie Sheridan
Lily James
as Young Donna Sheridan
Dominic Cooper
as Sky
Christine Baranski
as Tanya Chesham-Leigh
Julie Walters
as Rosie Mulligan
Pierce Brosnan
as Sam Carmichael
Colin Firth
as Harry Bright
Stellan Skarsgård
as Bill Anderson
Andy García
as Fernando Cienfuegos
Cher
as Ruby Sheridan
Meryl Streep
as Donna Sheridan
Jessica Keenan Wynn
as Young Tanya Chesham-Leigh
Alexa Davies
as Young Rosie Mulligan
Jeremy Irvine
as Young Sam Carmichael
Hugh Skinner
as Young Harry Bright
Josh Dylan
as Young Bill Anderson
Omid Djalili
as Customs Officer
Celia Imrie
as Vice-Chancellor
Maria Vacratsis
as Sofia
Panos Mouzourakis
as Lazaros
Gerard Monaco
as Alexio
Anna Antoniades
as Apollonia
Björn Ulvaeus
as Oxford professor
Benny Andersson
as "Waterloo" Pianist
Jonathan Goldsmith
as Rafael Cienfuegos
Naoko Mori
as Yumiko
Togo Igawa
as Tateyama
Alexandra Ford
as Head Girl
Lampros Kalfuntzos
as Fisherman
Amelia O'Loughlin
as Graduate Dancer
Debra Leigh-Taylor
as Fisherman's Wife
Ava Brennan
as Graduate
Gino Picciano
as Local citazin
Israel Ruiz
as Fisherman
Jane Fowler
as Fisherman's Wife
Dale Branston
as Ensemble / Hotel Cook
Natalia Campbell
as Taverna Staff
Alim Jayda
as Taverna Staff
Kathryn Akin
as Fisherman's Wife
Maria Despina
as Hen
Constance Jérôme
as French Lover
Duncan Smith
as University Professor
Paul Adrien Ferré
as French Lover
Sarah Cortez
as Fisherman's Wife
Sonia Dorado
as Fisherman's Wife
Rodrig Andrisan
as Taverna Customer (uncredited)

Crew

Directing Ol Parker Director
Writing Ol Parker Writer
Production Benny Andersson Executive Producer
Production Judy Craymer Producer
Production Gary Goetzman Producer
Production Björn Ulvaeus Executive Producer
Camera Robert D. Yeoman Director of Photography
Sound Adrian Bell Sound Mixer
Writing Richard Curtis Writer
Writing Catherine Johnson Writer
Sound Benny Andersson Music
Sound Björn Ulvaeus Music
Sound Anne Dudley Music
Editing Peter Lambert Editor
Costume & Make-Up Michele Clapton Costume Design
Sound Dan Kenyon Sound Effects Editor
Sound Michael Minkler Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Sound Warren Shaw Supervising Sound Editor

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  • If you loved the first “Mamma Mia!” movie back in 2008, well, “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” offers even more—and even less. The sequel (which is also a prequel) features a bigger cast, a longer running time, extra subplots and additional romantic entanglements.

  • This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I loved Mamma Mia! and liked Mamma Mia! Here we go again. I would have liked it so much better if the new movie followed Donna's diary from the first movie and the music had a much fuller sound.

  • Here We Go Again is the sequel to 2008's hugely popular romantic musical Mamma Mia!, featuring more earworm-worthy ABBA songs. This time, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), who's mourning the unexpected death of her mother, Donna (Meryl Streep), reopens a Greek hotel in her mom's honor.

  • B-SIDES THE POINT - My Review of MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN (3 Stars) Hi. My name is Glenn. [Hi, Glenn!] And I am an ABBA-holic. Feels good to come clean like that.

  • By Simon Thompson . Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is a movie that you’re either going to avoid like the plague or be looking forward to seeing. As with the first Mamma Mia! a decade ago, there’s a target audience for this movie who would lap it up regardless of quality but the people behind this haven’t rested on their laurels.

  • Here We Go Again” — with every other member of the movie’s original cast, except for her but including poor Pierce Brosnan, whose singing, as a lovelorn widower, remains a dare to file a noise complaint.

  • “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” the perfectly titled sequel to “Mamma Mia!” (it opens 10 years to the week after the first film), kicks off on a bubbly high.

  • Ah, sweet(ish) surrender…there’s simply no defense against “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” with its bright colors, brighter smiles, exuberant music, merry villagers and moist radiance. Yes, the glee is industrial-strength, and the ABBA-fueled production numbers are so far over the top that ...

  • "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" isn't merely a jokey songfest. Along the way, the film offers up moments of quiet reflection as well as an occasional sense of grief. Here We Go Again" isn't merely a jokey songfest. Along the way, the film offers up moments of quiet reflection as well as an occasional sense of grief.

  • Here We Go Again is a prequel-sequel hybrid, though there’s not much in the way of plot to either of its timelines taken separately. In flashback, we see the romantic oat-sowing events leading up to the mystery pregnancy that fuels the plot of the original, with Lily James playing the young Donna. In the present day, Donna is dead (!) and ...