Christine Baranski: As Tanya, she brought all her experience into play and displayed the most entertaining and charming croon and sashay song-and-dance sequences.
Julie Walters: Played Rosie and is very entertaining and appealing
Lily James: As Donna, she may not be making a mark to the brilliance of Meryl Streep, but her ebullience, a spirit is very much evident and difficult to miss.
Story: The story dwells on the history of Donna the mother of Sophie, who wanted to recreate and reflect on the colourful life journey of her motherand the storyline transports with compelling plots and sub-plots back and forth between past and present.
Cinematography: Brilliant in patches
Direction: Director Ol Parker brought in a refreshing touch and stops short of a judgemental lens to view Donna’s story, but fondly captivate the audience with those glaring moments when she is entangled in quick succession with three most important men.
Mamma Mia! Here we go again: It is a breezy, ABBA-fueled musical film produced with an eye on captivating fans and drives you down the nostalgic memory lane. It is refreshing, entertaining with a brilliant cast, appeal and talent. The film spins off a year after Donna’s death and simultaneously a flashback into her youth as her daughter Sophie arranges to inaugurate her in after a nice makeover.
Review by Shreya Ghosh