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Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again!'s user reviews

New York Post

"It?s their younger selves ? Josh Dylan, Jeremy Irvine and Hugh Skinner ? who will have you singing ?Voulez-Vous,? partly for their smoldering looks and hair so perfectly coiffed it could be animated by Pixar. The trio are also fine singers, and more charismatic than the major stars they took the reins from".

Read review Johnny Oleksinski
Entertainment Weekly

"The direction (by 'Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' screenwriter Ol Parker) is almost relentlessly sunny, and the whole thing ? even the exterior scenes, shot largely in Croatia ? has the scrubbed-clean Technicolor brightness of a 1950s film set."

Read review Leah Greenblatt
The Guardian

"This whole thing looks like a preposterous and mad dream you might have after eating your bodyweight in feta. More enjoyable than I thought. But please. Enough now".

Read review Peter Bradshaw

"That?s the holy spirit of ABBA, and in ?Here We Go Again? that spirit infuses you with a swooning musical high, even if the giddy soap-opera convolutions take up most of the space".

Read review Owen Gleiberman
The Hollywood Reporter

"The result is to make this feel much more like a throwback to old-school musicals in all their corny glory. It helps that the cast looks like they?re having a right old hootenanny of a time, practically winking at the audience, in on the joke all the way. And best of all, we don?t have to listen to Pierce Brosnan?s atrocious singing too much".

Read review Leslie Felperin

" 'Here We Go Again' hinges on a few important Donna takeaways, including that she?s always been prone to performing inventive versions of ABBA songs whenever the occasion remotely calls for it, that she?s consistently the most interesting person in any situation, and that her mother is Cher (no, really, her mother is a world-renowned pop star too busy to mother her, and she?s literally played by Cher in the film)".

Read review Kate Erbland