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Why we'll be watching Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again at least one more time

We were sitting down watching the end credits of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
I always make a point of staying for the credits. I mean, if I were involved in a movie, I'd want people to see my name in lights, albeit only briefly. It's only polite.
Also, increasingly, there are often 'unseen' extras during the credits which are worth remaining in your seat for. We weren't disappointed as there's a funny bit with the comedian Omid Djalili right at the end.
As the lights went up, I turned to Mr Grigg and asked him if he'd enjoyed the film.
"Well, actually, I found it quite emotional," he said. "I cried at one point."
"Which point was that?" I asked him.
"The bit where she was walking through the olive groves. It reminded me of when we lived on Corfu for a year and I'd like to go back."
We're off on holiday there soon, so hopefully that will satiate his desire.
And then he said: "But I did get a bit confused."

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