Mamma Mia!
The second "Mamma Mia!" film is an uplifting sequel to the original film. (Image via Collider)

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Mamma Mia!

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Many critics claimed the tropical setting of “Mamma Mia!” to feel overdone and tacky. (Image via Cut and Dry)

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Lily James carries the second movie, reassuring fans that the latest “Mamma Mia!” film was worth the wait. (Image via Project Nerd)

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