Mamma Mia! Film reviews and related articles

What are coming in now are serious movie reviews, rather than reviews of the premiere and premiere audiences. They’re a mixed bunch (as reviews involving anything ABBA usually are) and some are downright vitriolic.
The publicity and the public will ultimately determine the success of the movie and so I’ve not shyed away from displaying links to less than glowing reviews (as well as the raves – although few and far between), they’re part of the Mamma Mia! story too despite making uncomfortable reading for fans and the production team alike. What will make far more comforting reading will probably be the box office receipts, I’d wager.
It’s not my intention to list every single movie review from around the world on the site, but I’ll definitely be highlighting the major cinema industry reviews (like the important ones from Hollywood Reporter and Variety magazine – see below) and the major ones from the UK, US and Australia. Watch this space for more to come…



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4 thoughts on “Mamma Mia! Film reviews and related articles”

  1. Good to see their *objective* reviews. I LOVED the movie, way more than the musical in fact. And a truly great soundtrack – even Pierce Brosnan, who I’d expected to be terrible, does a really moving When All Is Said And Done.

  2. yeh , When All Is Said And Done is very well done by pierce brosnan its a bueatefull song i like it very much.

  3. It’s rather strange, most reviews are excellent but there are some who are really bitchy. I’ve seen the movie three times by now and I love it. Not because I am an ABBA fan, it’s just a great movie.

  4. IMHO Pierce Brosnan is a truly terrible singer and I think he would admit that himself. His version of When All Is Said and Done is saved by the quality of the song and the new verse and arrangement. Still looking forward to seeing the film though!

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