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For All You ABBA Lovers Out There 

Taking a break from Kevin's excellent convention coverage to alert you to some important pop culture news. All you folks who love Mamma Mia! and wanted to sing along in the theater but didn't dare... well, now you can. Starting Friday, the Majestic 10 in Williston is showing a "special edition" of the Meryl Streep musical with lyrics on the screen, karaoke style.

This is being released nation-wide, no doubt due to popular demand. The title of this piece sums up how I personally feel about the Mamma Mia! phenomenon. However, I do hope local fans will show up, because there's nothing sadder than an ABBA sing-along with only three drunk people in the front row belting out "Dancing Queen."

Next up, a special edition of The Dark Knight for people who want to recite the Joker's lines, Rocky Horror-style? Or one for folks who want to partake of a certain thematically relevant substance while watching Pineapple Express? Er, maybe not.

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Margot Harrison is the Associate Editor at Seven Days; she coordinates literary and film coverage. In 2005, she won the John D. Donoghue award for arts criticism from the Vermont Press Association.

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