It took a while, but then you also have something: Mama Mia! here we go again, the second part ofHey MomMovies on Netflix. Good day to all fans of Part 1 and ABBA’s music. Ready out loud again dancing queen to sing?
It’s been three years since the movie was first shown. At that point, the original movie had been released exactly ten years earlier.
Mama Mia! Here we go back to Netflix
Once again, the film is set in Greece, on the fictional island of Kalokairi. It’s been five years since the events of Part One, and we’re seeing how Sophie has become a mature woman with a new goal in mind: the reopening of the Bella Donna Hotel. This was her mother’s big dream.
As the festive opening date approaches, Sophie looks back at her mother’s life. We see the younger Donna, who is a fresh graduate and full of life. She’s on her way to her dream destination, the romantic Greek island. During her trip, she met her childhood sweethearts Harry, Bill and Sam.
Some new roles have also been added to Hey Momcast, including anything other than Cher. She makes a private entrance on the rooftop of Bella Donna as Sophie’s glamorous grandmother, making her own version of the fireworks in the background. Fernando He begins to sing.
Watch the trailer for Mamma Mia here! here we go again:
Mamma Mia 1 view
Would you rather watch the first part before you first Mama Mia, here we go again You’ll have to put in more effort, unfortunately. At the beginning of last year, the first part can still be watched Netflix, but it is no longer available on the video service. Okay Hey Mom! It can still be found on Amazon Prime and in Videoland.
The first part was released 13 years ago in the Netherlands, specifically on July 16, 2008. And this was two days later in the United States. With a budget of over $90 million, the film grossed over $600 million.
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