In this musical romantic comedy, a woman grapples with running her mother's villa while also expecting her first child and worries that she won't be able to handle everything on her own, so she enlists two of her mother's friends for assurance, help and guidance. Along the way, she learns more about her mother's past and how faces a surprise visit from someone she's never met: her own grandmother. Starring Amanda Seyfried, Meryl Streep, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth, Stellan Skarsgärd, and Christine Baranski. Directed by Ol Parker.~Kyle Lavigne
Deleted/Extended Songs & Scenes
Mamma Mia! Reunited
Costumes and The Dynamos
Today Interview with Cher & Judy Craymer
Hi-Def Exclusives: Sophie's Story
Lily JamesYoung Donna
Celia ImrieVice Chancellor
Alexandra DaviesYoung Rosie
Hugh SkinnerYoung Harry
Jeremy IrvineYoung Sam
Togo IgawaMr. Tatyama
Anastasia HilleDr. Inge Horvath
Catherine JohnsonScreen Story
Ol ParkerScreen Story
Richard CurtisScreen Story
Anne DudleyComposer (Music Score)
Benny AnderssonComposer (Music Score)
Björn UlvaeusComposer (Music Score)
Alan MacdonaldProduction Designer
John FrankishProduction Designer
Andrew PalmerArt Director
Louise MarzaroliArt Director
Steve CarterArt Director
Benny AnderssonExecutive Producer
Björn UlvaeusExecutive Producer
Nicky Kentish BarnesExecutive Producer
Phyllida LloydExecutive Producer
Richard CurtisExecutive Producer
Rita WilsonExecutive Producer
Tom HanksExecutive Producer
Michele ClaptonCostume Designer
Richard WhelanFirst Assistant Director
Anthony Van LaastChoreography
Adrian BellProduction Sound Mixer
Benny AnderssonMusic Producer
Kirsty McQueenHair Designer
Michael MinklerRe-Recording Mixer
Steven ShareshianCo-Executive Producer
Warren ShawSupervising Sound Editor
Comedy,Concerts Operas and Musicals
Musical Comedy,Romantic Comedy
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Year of Release
Includes Digital Copy, Blu-ray/DVD
stereo, Dolby Digital w/ sub-woofer channel
English, French, Spanish
English, French, Spanish
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] 
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Rated 5 out of 5 stars
This Movie is so 4K Crisp and Clear and the Dolby Atmos makes Sounds of the Music heading from Above you and Towards you. :)
I was a little skeptical about this movie because the first Mama Mia set a pretty high standard. But, i honestly liked this one even better! They had nearly the entire original cast of the first movie and the new actors did a fantastic job. This story gives you insights into the original story and they do a beautiful job of blending the old with the new. The new actors are playing the old actors at younger ages. They not only do a good job of this, but they actually look much like the old actors, too. The music is fantastic, and of course, if you like ABBA then you can't go wrong here. The big surprise for me was when Cher sang "Fernando." She literally stole the show and did a phenomenal job of both singing and acting. If you enjoyed the original Mama Mia, then this is a "must see" movie. And, I highly recommend that you see it in 4K Ultra HD, if possible. Some of the scenery is breathtaking and 4K makes it the best it can be. Also, this is a musical and the audio of the 4K disc is definitely a cut above the norm.
Mamma Mia Here We Go Again turned out to be a charming and fun Summer movie. In some ways it was better than the the first Mamma Mia movie. It shifts between young Donna Sheridan's history (wonderfully played by Lilly James) and her daughter Sophie's current story. Most of the original cast is back as well as newcomers playing them as young adults. It all works very well. As for the picture quality, the Dolby Vision image is among the best that I've seen since 4K HDR movies began to be released. It's bright, with perfect colors and no overblown bright hightlights. The Atmos audio track is also very good. All in all, this is an excellent "jukebox" musical movie with an outstanding technical presentation. Highly recommended.
I just got a Panasonic DP-U820 player, which handles Dolby Vision -- except on this movie. The colors are faded, the blacks are gray, and it's overall a lackluster showing. Other of my movies in Dolby Vision are spectacular, but I don't know what's wrong with this one. The regular HDR 10 really pops, so I'm giving it 4 stars. I have no idea why DV doesn't work.
Bought for my daughter as she is a big fan of the movie and play.
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Delivers what you were expecting: music, location
I suppose our biggest surprise was how fast this movie moved along; it was over before we knew it, and it's just shy of 2 hours.
Scoring this is easy:
5 - Delivered on the music
5 - Delivered on spectacular location images
5- The cast fully delivered and the youngsters in flashbacks were entirely credible.
3- The plot . . . wait . . there was a plot? Eh, was anyone expecting a plot?
5- Audio and video technical quality were superb, and are a great demo for premium theater setups.
You're gonna like it. It's not even remotely offensive.
It's hard to believe that 19 years ago someone had the bright idea to create a musical based on the music of ABBA. But it worked! It's even harder to believe that they could take a pretty good movie adaptation and do a sequel with almost all the same music and make it work again. But they did it. In some ways this is better than the original, but certainly just as good despite the lack of surprises in the plot. The addition of Cher and the mostly absent presence of Meryl Streep works nicely as well. Fans will still be fans.