Soundtrack for "Mamma Mia! (the film)"

Soundtrack for "Mamma Mia! (the film)"

"The music for this movie is the original songs also used in the theatre."

One of the best soundtracks for a movies is from the hit Broadway play, “Mamma Mia”. The Broadway play was first released in 2008 By Universal Pictures Studios. Since then it has been in theatres throughout the USA, Canada and the United Kingdom. The main director was Tom Hanks. 

The movie version of this play tells the story of a girl on a Greek Island who is about to be married. However, she is from a single parent home and does not know her father. Before her wedding, she writes to her potential father. 
 
However, there are three men who potentially can be her father, as her mother was involved with all at the same time. The movie discusses the complexities of relationships between men and women, and families. The film also looks at the stresses of planning a wedding in a dysfunctional family. The mother is played by Meryl Streep and the role of the daughter is played by Amanda Seyfried.
 
The music for this movie is the original songs also used in the theatre. It is based on the song from the Swedish hit group, “ABBA,” written in 1975. The movie and the theatre play have both achieved records. The movie is in third place for the highest amount of money from a musical film, whereas has made the most money for any musical. 
Songs on the soundtrack include, “Mamma Mia” by ABBA. Member of the band, Benny Anderson provided any other music needed for the movie. There is also the public favorite, “Dancing Queen,” “Voulez-Vous” and “Waterloo”. The film is just as fun as the play to watch.