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Filled with the wonderful music of ABBA, and with a star-studded cast, Mamma Mia is a great film, with a beautifully constructed backstory to go along with the music. Though with some scenes with small innuendos, Mamma Mia! does not fully exclude all audiences in it's mesmerizing performances wonderfully portrayed with Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Christine Baranski, and Pierce Brosnam.
This film is very stunning. The actors and actresses are phenomenal. Octavia Spencer, Taraji Henson, and Janelle Monae are fantastic choices for these astounding women in science. With Bill Cosner, Jim Parsons, and Kirsten Dunst are also very skilled in acting as well. As a fan of the sciences, I definitely recommend this movie to anybody. When I went into theatres and watched it, in the end, all I wanted to do was watch it again and buy it on the disc. There are so many prismatic and wonderful points in this movie, because it's a sort of a "behind the scenes" film. Watch it if you havn't already!
As a long time Jurassic Park series fan, I have to say this film is a must see in theatres. It is witty, action-filled, but still incorporating the famous bravado that these movies are known to have. Chris Pratt is excellent as always, with Bryce Dallas Howard being strong as ever. New characters have also been thrown into the mix, and I have to say, Universal has done a really good job.