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ABC's Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven



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It’s just stuff (that) gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn to our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you've just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie in the summer. And there's even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel's Wedding. It's a 1994 movie. And we couldn't figure out for the life of us why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie.

 

Yeah, that's it. There's ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel's Wedding, it's about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC's Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

If you change your mind, I'm the fist dame in line. Honey I'm still free, take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you got no place to go, when you're feeling down.

 

Sorry, just can't help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics.

 

Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.

 

There was something in the air that night, Fernando.

 

What happened to our love, it used to be so good.

 

And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation.

 

Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It's called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics.


That's played in nineteen countries.


I went from the creative process to now running a mini industry.


I apologize. If it makes you feel bad


And now it's on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings "The Winner Takes it All.” What more do you want?


. . No self-confidence. But you see. The winner takes it all. When you gone, when you gone. How can I even try to go home.

 

The guy who played Bond is in it.


I can still recall. . .


So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly Swede.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make of the ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it's Swedish, but it's hardly Bergman, is it?

 

Just one look and I can hear a bell ring. One more look and I forget everything

 

No, it isn't great cinema. But it doesn't have to be. It's about the music, which is too good to butcher.


I've been humming ABBA all week. I've been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking "gimme gimme gimme.”

 

You are my dancing queen...

 

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London

 

 

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* stuff gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn on to our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you’ve just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie of the summer. There’s even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel’s Wedding. It’s a 1994 movie. We couldn’t figure out for the life of it why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie. Yeah, that’s it. There’s ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel’s Wedding, it’s about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC’s Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

Take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you’ve got no place to go, if you’re feeling down… Sorry, just can’t help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics.

 

Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.

 

There was something in the air that night. Fernando.

 

What happened to our love? It used to be so good.

 

And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation.

 

Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It’s called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics. That’s played in 19 countries.

 

It went from the creative process to now running a, I mean, the industry.

 

And now it’s on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings “The winner takes it all.” [ROFLMAO!!] What more do you want? The guy who played Bond is in it. So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly sweet.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make of ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it’s Swedish, but it’s hardly Bergman, is it?

 

No, it isn’t great cinema. But it doesn’t have to be. It’s about the music, which is too good to butcher.

 

I’ve been humming ABBA all week. I’ve been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking “gimme gimme gimme.”

 

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London.


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* stuff gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn on to our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you’ve just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie of this summer. There’s even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel’s Wedding. It’s a 1994 movie. We couldn’t figure out for the life of it why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie. Yeah, that’s it. There’s ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel’s Wedding, it’s about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC’s Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

Take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you’ve got no place to go, if you’re feeling down… Sorry, just can’t help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics.

 

Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.

 

There was something in the air that night. Fernando.

 

What happened to our love? For it used to be so good.

 

And this woman is responsible for an reincarnation.

 

Do you think all of this was gonna happen? Do you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It’s called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics. It's played in 19 countries.

 

It went from the creative process to now running a, I mean, the industry.

 

And now it’s on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings “The winner takes it all.” [ROFLMAO!!] What more do you want? The guy who played Bond is in it. So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly sweet.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make of ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it’s Swedish, but it’s hardly Bergman, isn't  it?

 

No, it isn’t a great cinema. But it doesn’t have to be. It’s about the music, which is too good to butcher.

 

I’ve been humming ABBA all week. I’ve been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking “gimme gimme gimme.”

 

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London.

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It's just stuff gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn out to our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you’ve just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie of the summer. And there’s even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel’s Wedding. It’s a 1994 movie. And we couldn’t figure out for the life of us why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie. Yeah, that’s it. There’s ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel’s Wedding, it’s about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC’s Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

Take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you’ve got no place to go, if you’re feeling down… Sorry, just can’t help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics.

 

Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.

 

There was something in the air that night, Fernando.

 

What happened to our love? It used to be so good.

 

And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation.

 

Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It’s called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics. That’s played in 19 countries.

 

It went from the creative process to now running a mini industry.

 

And now it’s on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings “The winner takes it all.” What more do you want? The guy who played Bond is in it. So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly Swede.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make of ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it’s Swedish, but it’s hardly Bergman, is it?

 

No, it isn’t great cinema. But it doesn’t have to be. It’s about the music, which is too good to butcher.

 

I’ve been humming ABBA all week. I’ve been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking “gimme gimme gimme.”

 

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London.

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Zeitgeist stuff gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn out to our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you’ve just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie of the summer. And there’s even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel’s Wedding. It’s a 1994 movie. And we couldn’t figure out for the life of us why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie. Yeah, that’s it. There’s ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel’s Wedding, it’s about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC’s Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell. Take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you’ve got no place to go, if you’re feeling down… Sorry, just can’t help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics. Gimme gimme gimme( a man after midnight). There was something in the air that night, Fernando. What happened to our love? It used to be so good. And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation. Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big? No. It’s called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics. It’s played in 19 countries. It went from the creative process to now running a mini industry. And now it’s on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings “The winner takes it all.” What more do you want? The guy who played Bond is in it. So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly Swede. A fantasy, really. So what do the critics make of ABBA on celluloid? I know it’s Swedish, but it’s hardly Batman, is it? No, it isn’t great cinema. But it doesn’t have to be. It’s about the music, which is too good to butcher. I’ve been humming ABBA all week. I’ve been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking “gimme gimme gimme.” A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting. Nick Watt, ABC News, London. [ 本帖最后由 Hellena120 于 2008-7-23 07:18 编辑 ]
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挑不出啥骨头了。Mamma Mia 俺的最爱阿~期待看电影

 

Zeitgeist stuff gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn out to our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you’ve just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie of the summer. And there’s even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel’s Wedding. It’s a 1994 movie. And we couldn’t figure out for the life of us why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie. Yeah, that’s it. There’s ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel’s Wedding, it’s about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC’s Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

“Take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you’ve got no place to go, if you’re feeling down…” Sorry, just can’t help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics.

 

“Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.”

 

“There was something in the air that night, Fernando.”

 

“What happened to our love, it used to be so good.”

 

And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation.

 

Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It’s called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics. That’s played in 19 countries.

 

It went from the creative process to now running a mini industry.

 

And now it’s on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings “The winner takes it all.” What more do you want? The guy who played Bond is in it. So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly Swede.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make of ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it’s Swedish, but it’s hardly Bergman, is it?

 

No, it isn’t great cinema. But it doesn’t have to be. It’s about the music, which is too good to butcher.

 

I’ve been humming ABBA all week. I’ve been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking “gimme gimme gimme.”

 

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London.

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Zeitgeist stuff gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn out to our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you’ve just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie of the summer. And there’s even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain, Joker. Also rising: Muriel’s Wedding. It’s a 1994 movie. And we couldn’t figure out for the life of us why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie.

"Want me to, want me to love you forever more"

 

Yeah, that’s it. There’s ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel’s Wedding, it’s about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC’s Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

“Take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you’ve got no place to go, if you’re feeling down…” Sorry, just can’t help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the bombed lyrics.

 

“Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.”

 

“There was something in the air that night, Fernando.”

 

What happened to our love, it used to be so good.”

 

And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation.

 

Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It’s called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics.

"Oh, mamma mia, here I go again. Mamma, how can I recieve you."

That’s played in 19 countries.

 

It went from the creative process to now running a mini industry.

"I apologize, if it makes you feel bad." 

And now it’s on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings “The winner takes it all.” What more do you want?

"..confident. The winner takes all."

"When you gone." "when you gone." "How can I even try to go home."

 The guy who played Bond is in it.

"I can still recall." So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly Swede.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make of ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it’s Swedish, but it’s hardly Bergman, is it?

 

No, it isn’t great cinema. But it doesn’t have to be. It’s about the music, which is too good to butcher.

 

I’ve been humming ABBA all week. I’ve been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking “gimme gimme gimme.”

 "You are my dancing queen."

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London.

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Zeitgeist stuff gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn out / our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you've just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie in the summer. And there's even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel's Wedding. It's a 1994 movie. And we couldn't figure out for the life of us why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie. Yeah, that's it. There's ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel's Wedding, it's about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC's Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

If you change your mind, I'm the fist dame in line. Honey I'm still free, take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you got no place to go, when you're feeling down.

 

Sorry, just can't help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics.

 

Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.

 

There was something in the air that night, Fernando.

 

What happened to our love, it used to be so good.

 

And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation.

 

Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It's called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics.


That's played in 19 countries.


I went from the creative process to now running a mini industry.


I apologize. If it makes you feel bad


And now it's on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings "The winner takes it all. " / More do you want?


. . No self-confidence. But you see. The winner takes it all. When you gone, when you gone. How can I even try to go. . .

 

The guy who played Bond is in it.


I can still recall. . .


So
is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly Swede.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make for the ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it's Swedish, but it's hardly Bergman, is it?

 

No, it isn't great cinema. But it doesn't have to be. It's about the music, which is too good to butcher.


I've been humming ABBA all week. I've been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking "gimme gimme gimme. "

 

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London.
 

[ 本帖最后由 greatsea 于 2008-7-23 17:48 编辑 ]
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stuff gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn on to our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you’ve just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie of the summer. There’s even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel’s Wedding. It’s a 1994 movie. We couldn’t figure out for the life of it why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie. Yeah, that’s it. There’s ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel’s Wedding, it’s about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC’s Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

Take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you’ve got no place to go, if you’re feeling down… Sorry, just can’t help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics.

 

Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.

 

There was something in the air that night. Fernando.

 

What happened to our love? It used to be so good.

 

And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation.

 

Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It’s called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics. That’s played in 19 countries.

 

It went from the creative process to now running a, I mean, the industry.

 

And now it’s on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings “The winner takes it all.” [ROFLMAO!!] What more do you want? The guy who played Bond is in it. So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly sweet.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make of ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it’s Swedish, but it’s hardly Bergman, is it?

 

No, it isn’t great cinema. But it doesn’t have to be. It’s about the music, which is too good to butcher.

 

I’ve been humming ABBA all week. I’ve been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking “gimme gimme gimme.”

 

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London.

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I know it’s Swedish, but it’s hardly Bergman, is it? 请教这句是什么意思?为什么那个critic笑了

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我觉得Bergman指的是Ingrid Bergman,她也是瑞典人嘛。所以这句话说的是,虽然这音乐是瑞典的,但电影却不是英格丽褒曼(她演技好),暗含就电影本身来说,这并不是一部十分出色的片子。下一句,no, it isn't great cinema也印证了这句<img [ 本帖最后由 Julie_R 于 2008-7-24 11:02 编辑 ]
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This just stuff[1] gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn out / our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you've just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie in the summer. And there's even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel's Wedding. It's a 1994 movie. And we couldn't figure out for the life of us why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie. Yeah, that's it. There's ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel's Wedding, it's about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC's Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

If you change your mind, I'm the fist dame in line. Honey I'm still free, take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you got no place to go, when you're feeling down.

 

Sorry, just can't help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics.

 

Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.

 

There was something in the air that night, Fernando.

 

What happened to our love, it used to be so good.

 

And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation.

 

Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It's called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics.


That's played in 19 countries.


I went from the creative process to now running a mini industry.


I apologize. If it makes you feel bad


And now it's on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings "The winner takes it all. " / More do you want?


. . No self-confidence. But you see. The winner takes it all. When you gone, when you gone. How can I even try to go. . .

 

The guy who played Bond is in it.


I can still recall. . .


So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly Swede.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make for the ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it's Swedish, but it's hardly Bergman, is it?

 

Just one look and I can hear a bell ring One more look and I forget everything

 

No, it isn't great cinema. But it doesn't have to be. It's about the music, which is too good to butcher.


I've been humming ABBA all week. I've been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking "gimme gimme gimme. "

 

You are my dancing queen...

 

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London.

 

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It’s just stuff (that) gets more and more advanced everyday. We turn on (to) our collaboration with Google. The top rising search: The Dark Knight. Unless you've just come out of a suspended animation or something, you have doubtless heard that the latest Batman movie is out today. It is the most hyped movie in the summer. And there's even a talk about a posthumous Oscar for Heath Ledger, who plays the villain Joker. Also rising: Muriel's Wedding. It's a 1994 movie. And we couldn't figure out for the life of us why people were searching for it on Google. And then we caught a clip from the movie. Yeah, that's it. There's ABBA music in it. Then that explains it, because besides Batman, there is another movie opening today, and like Muriel's Wedding, it's about nuptials and ABBA music. The movie version of the obscenely popular musical Mamma Mia is out. And ABC's Nick Watt is in ABBA heaven, or some might consider it ABBA hell.

 

If you change your mind, I'm the fist dame in line. Honey I'm still free, take a chance on me. If you need me, let me know, gonna be around. If you got no place to go, when you're feeling down.

 

Sorry, just can't help myself. I love ABBA. So does everybody. For me, the love affair starts with the profound lyrics.

 

Gimme gimme gimme a man after midnight.

 

There was something in the air that night, Fernando.

 

What happened to our love, it used to be so good.

 

And this woman is responsible for a reincarnation.

 

Did you think all of this was gonna happen? Did you think it could be this big?

 

No.

 

It's called Mamma Mia, a musical based on the ABBA classics.


That's played in 19 countries.


I went from the creative process to now running a mini industry.


I apologize. If it makes you feel bad


And now it's on screen. I mean, Meryl Streep sings "The winner takes it all. "
What more do you want?


. . No self-confidence. But you see. The winner takes it all. When you gone, when you gone. How can I even try to go
home.

 

The guy who played Bond is in it.


I can still recall. . .


So is the guy who played Darcy. And some cuddly Swede.

 

A fantasy, really.

 

So what do the critics make of the ABBA on celluloid?

 

I know it's Swedish, but it's hardly Bergman, is it?

 

Just one look and I can hear a bell ring One more look and I forget everything

 

No, it isn't great cinema. But it doesn't have to be. It's about the music, which is too good to butcher.


I've been humming ABBA all week. I've been humming it in bed. I wake up in the morning, thinking "gimme gimme gimme. "

 

You are my dancing queen...

 

A small price to pay for a musical that has grossed two billion dollars and counting.

 

Nick Watt, ABC News, London.

 

 

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