Money-money-money

Money Money Money on set
  • Money Money Money on set
  • Meryl Streep, Christine Baranski&Julie Walters
  • Mamma Mia B-roll
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Meryl talks:
I’ve been…I’ve been running this hotel for fifteen years
and I have never had a day off…Oh my god! Sorry…

Meryl sings:
I work all night I work all day
To pay the bills I have to pay

Christine&Julie singing:
Ain’t it sad?

Meryl sings:
And still there never seems to be
A single penny left for me

Meryl talks:
Don’t sit down there

Christine&Julie singing:
(That’s too bad…)

Meryl sings:
Money money money
Must be funny
In a rich man’s world
Money money money
Always sunny
In a rich man’s world
Ohh
All the things I could do
If I had a little money
It’s a rich man’s world
It’s a rich man’s world 

anonymous asked:

If we convert the Abrasax family wealth into dollars, how much money would they have?

To borrow from Caine, I think the best answer is that they are probably so wealthy we don’t have a number capable of describing how rich they are in actual terms (just as we don’t have a number to describe how many planets there are in the universe). Kalique says “it’s just a planet, Jupiter” as if a planet is entirely insignificant in the greater scheme of things, which strongly indicates how absurdly wealthy they are. The collective riches of Earth would be pennies to them. Unless you’re talking Titus, of course, in which case his actual cash holdings probably amount to the loose change he has in the pockets of his silk pyjamas (the film implies he has serious money problems). If I had to actually answer your question though, I’d have to say they have squillions upon squillions of dollars.