After Colin Firth, she was the best thing about Mamma Mia. And if we're going by singing talent rather than being A Dreamy Dude, she was best.
Good to hear. I like Colin Firth...I just have no desire to see this. Outside of a few musicals, the genre doesn't do much for me.This is pretty much the extent of my "Mama Mia!" experience. (Good times, good times...)
No, I certainly wouldn't recommend seeing it in the theater. I paid $6.50 at a cheap theater on a night where I was facing Nothing On TV and Nothing To Do. That's about the maximum that I would have felt comfortable spending, in terms of money and time, to see the movie. I'm not disappointed, but I think I would have been if I'd had to drive further or pay more.Might be worth watching on DVD if you can get it for free from the library. :)
Well, considering that the library is pretty much my sole go-to for movies newly released on DVD, that's an option. But by then I'll likely be too consumed by Fall TV to care (or have time).
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