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Mamma Mia the Movie is a fantastic tongue n' cheek musical set in an idyllic Greek Island starring Meryll Streep as Donna whose daughter Sophie(Amanda Seyfrield) comes across her mums' diary and decides to secretly invite three of her mother's ex-lovers to the Island to her wedding to find out who her real father is...Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and Stellan Skarsgard make their way to the Island unaware that the invite has come from the daughter..Queue Donna's friends....the hilarious Rosie(Julie Waters) and equally talented Tanya(Christine Barinski) and you have a unusual mixture of professionals who bond together(excuse the pun) with the music of Abba in a tongue n cheek way that is truely breathtaking....The comedy is well timed the scenery is sensational and the musical score will make you want to get up in the middle of the cinema and start toe tapping to the likes of Dancing Queen, Honey Honey, plus many many more phenomenal Abba songs...Streep has a great voice which carries the Abba songs very well indeed...Abba has lived beyond the 30 years plus since their Eurovision debut with the genius of Benny Anderson as well as Bjorn Ulvaeous...Mama Mia is a testament to this utter professionalism with a midas touch which comes very highly recommended as a Top Musical on screen Performance...If you do not come out singing the songs and tapping your feet and feeling good then I will be very surprised....cannot wait till I see the Blu-ray