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Romantic comedy. Movies from I've seen. My Must-See Movies of Seen it Both a prequel and a sequel , the plot is set after the events of the previous film, and also features flashbacks to , telling the story of Donna Sheridan's arrival on the island of Kalokairi and her first meetings with her daughter Sophie's three possible fathers.
Due to the financial success of the first film, Universal Pictures had long been interested in a sequel.
The film was officially announced in May , with Parker hired to write and direct. In June , many of the original cast confirmed their involvement, with James being cast in the role of Young Donna that July.
The film is dedicated to the memory of production designer Alan Macdonald. Sophie Sheridan is preparing for the grand reopening of her mother Donna's hotel, following Donna's death a year earlier "Thank You for the Music".
She is upset because two of her three possible fathers, Harry and Bill, are unable to attend the reopening. She also has relationship trouble with her new husband Sky, in New York to learn about hotel management, who has just received a job offer there "One of Us".
In Paris , she meets with Harry "Waterloo". They spend the night together, but Donna leaves soon after for Greece. She misses her boat to the island of Kalokairi, but is offered a ride by Bill in his yacht and, on the way, they help a stranded fisherman, Alexio, back to shore in time to stop the love of his life from marrying another.
Unbeknown to Donna, Harry has followed her to Kalokairi; however, he arrived too late, and sadly watches the boat sailing off in the distance "Why Did it Have to Be Me?
In the present, Tanya and Rosie arrive to support Sophie with the hotel reopening and it's revealed that Rosie and Bill have split up "Angel Eyes".
Sophie then visits Sam, who, like Sophie, is still grieving over the death of Donna. Back in the past, Donna arrives on the island "I Have a Dream" after being dropped off by Bill, who leaves for a sailing competition, promising to be back in a few weeks.
While exploring an abandoned farmhouse, Donna discovers a horse spooked during a sudden storm. She seeks help and finds a young Sam riding his motorcycle, who helps her to save the horse.
Back in the present, a storm has caused serious disruption to Sophie's plans for the grand reopening. In the present, Sam tells Sophie how much her mother valued her.
Meanwhile, Harry leaves his business deal in Tokyo to support Sophie, while in Stockholm , Bill has the same idea. Bill and Harry meet at the docks but are told there are no boats to Kalokairi.
They then see Sky, who has also come after realizing his love for Sophie exceeds any job opportunity. However, they meet Alexio who gives Bill, Harry and Sky boat passage.
In the past, a depressed Donna is visited by Tanya and Rosie. She discovers Bill has returned to the island, and they go out on his boat.
While they are gone, Sam returns, having recently ended his engagement for Donna, but is saddened to hear that she is with another man and leaves the island once again.
Donna discovers she is pregnant but has no idea which one of her three recent lovers is the father.
Sofia, the mother of the owner of the bar where Donna performs, overhears Donna's wish to stay on the island. Donna happily accepts her offer to let her live at her farmhouse, where she eventually gives birth to Sophie.
Back in the present, the guests have arrived at the party and Sophie is reunited with her other two fathers and Sky "Dancing Queen".
Sophie reveals to Sky that she is pregnant and has never felt closer to her mother, having now understood what she went through in the exact same location.
Bill and Rosie reunite over their grief for Donna. Sophie's estranged grandmother and Donna's mother, Ruby, arrives despite Sophie having decided not to invite her.
She reveals that Sky tracked her down in New York and she wants to build a real relationship with Sophie. Sophie then performs a song with Tanya and Rosie in honor of her mother "I've Been Waiting For You" , with her grandmother tearfully telling her afterwards how proud she is of her.
Ruby later reunites with Fernando, the hotel's manager and her former lover back in "Fernando". Nine months later, Sophie has given birth to a baby boy, named Donny.
Everyone has gathered for his christening where Tanya flirts with Fernando's brother, Rafael. The ceremony takes place with Donna's spirit proudly watching over her daughter as the two of them have one final moment before Donna's spirit passes on "My Love, My Life".
The end credits show all the characters, including Donna and the younger cast, sing "Super Trouper" at a huge party at Hotel Bella Donna. A soundtrack album was released on July 13, by Capitol and Polydor Records in the United States and internationally, respectively.
Additionally, short and instrumental versions of other ABBA songs were included in the movie, but omitted from the soundtrack.
These are in chronological order. On June 1, , it was announced that Seyfried would return as Sophie. Principal photography on the film began on August 12, in Croatia , including the island of Vis.
The first trailer for the film was released on December 21, , in front of Pitch Perfect 3 , another Universal Pictures film.
The website's critical consensus reads, " Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again doubles down on just about everything fans loved about the original—and my my, how can fans resist it?
Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian termed the sequel as "weirdly irresistible" and gave it three out of five stars. He described his reaction to the first film as "a combination of hives and bubonic plague," but concedes that this time, the relentlessness and greater self-aware comedy made him smile.
He concludes: "More enjoyable than I thought. But please. Enough now. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone awarded the film two and a half stars out of five, noting the absence of Streep for the majority of the film hindered his enjoyment, and saying, "her absence is deeply felt since the three-time Oscar winner sang and danced her heart out as Donna Sheridan".