Sunday, 24 August 2008

3 generations

Last night I went to see the film Mama Mia with 2 of my DD's and 3 of my GD's and what a great time we had. It was a fantastic film that had me crying with laughter and empathy, in equal quantities. Julie Walters made the film for me with her inexhaustible energy and wonderful sense of humour.
The Abba songs bought back so many memories of when our children were young, which made it even more poignant to watch it with their children who also thoroughly enjoyed it.
This film is a 'must have' for every woman over the age of 50, to watch on a bad day and know that 'You can dance' too :-)


hippopip said...

Couldn`t agree more Sharon watched it with daughter grandaughter and one grumpy husband, who came out saying he wanted to see it again. It really has that fell good factor

Julie said...

Absolutely! What more can you say? Everyone should see it. And I'm going again on Thursday.

chrissythreads said...

I so agree but beware - I was sitting next to my 16 year old daughter and when they got to the song 'slipping through my fingers' I howled!My daughter thought I'd lost the plot.
Can't wait until it comes out on DVD (November) when I shall treat myself to indulge in it again over the winter.