Director: Phyllida Lloyd
Players: Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan
The film, in which the popular musical Mamma Mia is moved to the white screen, is a fairly enjoyable musical romantic comedy accompanied by a star cast, a Greek island atmosphere and, of course, the music of Abba, which marked the 80s. Sophie, who is preparing for the wedding, is not sure who her father is and calls the three Father candidates to her wedding, who appear in her mother's diary.
Director: Garry Marshall
Players: Jane Fonda, Felicity Huffman, Lindsay Lohan
Rachel puts her mother in a difficult position with her no-rules attitude. After his recent car accident, his mother Lilly decides to take her daughter Rachel to the family home, where she hasn't seen him in years. Grandma Georgia has a pretty tough temperament. In the process, family secrets between three generations begin to decipher.
Director: Michael Lehmann
Players: Diane Keaton, Mandy Moore, Gabriel Macht
Daphne is a woman who gets too involved in the life of everyone around her, especially her daughter. He puts pressure on his daughter to make a proper marriage. But his daughter falls in love with a man she would never approve of...
Director: Lasse Hallström
Players: Juliette Binoche, Johnny Depp, Judi Dench, Alfred Molina
A young woman and her daughter move to a small French town. A woman who opens a homemade chocolate shop here will introduce the townspeople to flavors that she has not tasted until now and pleasant aspects of life. But there are also those who are not happy with this change in the city.
Director: Chris Columbus
Players: Julia Roberts, Ed Harris, Jena Malone
Father-of-two Luke leaves his wife and begins a new life. No matter what her boyfriend Isabel does, her children can't warm to her. Relationships that are problematic first transform over time.
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