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    Getting together with the girls tomorrow night and going to see Mamma mia. I really like Meryl Streep and the reviews look good. I loved Abba years ago as well.

    After the show we are coming back to my house for some munchies and adult beverages.

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    I love Meryl Streep too. The movie looks really cute. I heard she was interviewed and said she wanted to make the movie and dance and embarrass her kids... ha ha ha!!
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      Love Meryl Streep. Abba was one of my favorite group years ago, many years ago LOL
      I am planning on seeing the movie with my daughter and granddaughters. Should be fun

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        I love Abba and I love Meryl Streep. The movie looks like it will be so much fun. Have a great time
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          My sister, neice and I are going to go see it soon. We've made a date already, don't know what date, but a date none the less. I think mom may go. I can't remember if we asked her. Guess I'd better call so I don't get introuble huh? lol

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            I Saw This On Stage It Was Very Good. I Didn't Realize They Were Making A Movie. I Might Have To Get The Girls Together For This Also.
            SHEL

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              Do any of you remember the 1968- ish movie " Buona Sera Mrs Campbell?" I think it was the original basis for Mama Mia. It had Telly Savalas, Peter Lawford and Phil Silvers with Genna Lolabridigda playing the mom. But the movie is much better updated with ABBA

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                Yes, I do remember that movie, hate to admit it, but I do LOL That was a long time ago, a very long time ago.

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                  Originally posted by night-angel View Post
                  Do any of you remember the 1968- ish movie " Buona Sera Mrs Campbell?" I think it was the original basis for Mama Mia. It had Telly Savalas, Peter Lawford and Phil Silvers with Genna Lolabridigda playing the mom. But the movie is much better updated with ABBA
                  I WAS 6 YRS OLD. SO NO I DON'T REMEMBER IT! TEE HEEHEE! LOL

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                    I saw the broadway musical can't wait to see the movie. It'll be a couple of weeks for our girls night out though. Can't wait.

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                      Oh how fun! I want reviews!

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                        My cousin and I went to see it tonight. We LOVED IT!!! I laughed so hard, I wet my pants!!! Really!!! This was THE BEST comedy I've ever seen. Let me say, though, that although Pierce Brosnan is a stud, he can't sing, at all. That made it even funnier. Go see it with girlfriends. It was the best $7 I've spent in a long time.

                        purplegirl

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                          Originally posted by purplegirl View Post
                          Let me say, though, that although Pierce Brosnan is a stud, he can't sing, at all. That made it even funnier.
                          I know that is so funny. I saw this last week with a friend from work, and we went to a drive in. We sat outside on lawn chairs. Most of the people there were women. Everyime Pierce Brosnan started to sing, the women behind us would burst out laughing. I loved the movie too. I loved ABBA when I was a teen in the early 80's. My BF at the time loved ABBA too, and out song was Super Trouper.
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                            My DIL saw it last week then came home and insisted I go see it with her the next day. It is fun and very different! There were people of all ages in the theatre and everyone was having a good time! There are not many movies I care to buy and watch more than once, but Mama Mia would definitely be one that I could watch (or at least listen to) over and over. (It would be great to work out to, come to think of it!)

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                              My neigbour has been raving about this movie. She had seen the stage production and said, while that was good, the movie was fantastic.
                              Communicate. It can't make things any worse!

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