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Why is Mamma Mia! rated PG-13? Mamma Mia! is rated PG-13 by the MPAA The MPAA has rated Mamma Mia! PG-13 for some sex-related comments.
Sexual discussions and some lewd jokes make up much of the humor in this story about a woman who’s various affairs leave her unsure about her child’s conception. During a party, two men are attacked and physically fondled by a group of women. One character confesses to his homosexual interest in another man. An older woman rebuffs the sexual advances of a much younger man. Men’s bare chests are seen frequently. Male buttock nudity is shown in a non-sexual context. Many of the guests at a tiny island retreat consume alcohol. Drinks are served at parties and with dinner. Three women appear to be drunk. Prescription drug use and cigars are also shown. The script contains terms of Deity and brief vulgarities.
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News About "Mamma Mia!"
Cast and Crew
Mamma Mia! is directed by and stars Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth..
The most recent home video release of Mamma Mia! movie is December 15, 2008. Here are some details…
Release Date: 16 December 2008
Mamma Mia! Here it comes again—the ABBA musical on DVD. Fans of the film can choose from the following presentations:
Mamma Mia! 2- Disc Set comes with an audio commentary by director Phyllida Lloyd, a deleted musical number (The Name of the Game), deleted scenes and outtakes, behind-the-scenes with Amanda Seyfried, the music video Gimme! Gimme! Gimme!, a sing-along track and a digital copy of the movie. There are the following featurettes too: Anatomy of a Musical Number, Becoming a Singer, On Location in Greece, Bjorn Ulvaeus Cameo, A Look Inside Mamma Mia! and The Making of Mamma Mia! Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround (English, Spanish and French), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.
Mamma Mia! Is also available on Blu-ray. Special features are an audio commentary with director Phyllida LLoyd, a deleted musical number (The Name of the Game), trailers, deleted scenes and outtakes, the music video Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! and the following featurettes: Anatomy of a Musical Number, Bjorn Ulvaeus Cameo, A Look Inside Mamma Mia! and The Making of Mamma Mia! BD Live features include My Scenes Sharing, Downloadable Content, My Chat and My Mamma Mia! Commentary. U control offers picture-in-picture and behind-the-hits. As well, there is a sing-along track and a digital copy of the movie. Audio is available in DTS-HD Master Audio 5.1 (English), DTS 5.1 Surround (French and Spanish), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.
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Meryl Streep’s other musical roles in film include playing one member of a sisterly duet in A Prairie Home Companion and a violin teacher for inner-city children in Music of the Heart (a part for which she learned to play the violin). Pierce Brosnan lends his musical and acting talents to the story of a young father struggling to get his children back in Evelyn.
Actor Colin Firth also stars in another script about a daughter is looking for her dad, in the movie What a Girl Wants.