The suspense is terrible...I hope It'll last.
Like most things ABBA, this was equal parts ridiculous and fun. It was a blast seeing it on the big screen in a theater with other people, laughing at some of the (decidedly intentional) corny humor, and then practically dancing in the aisles during the concert scenes, which really are heart of the film.
Can't really be rated as good or bad- it's ABBA, and this is what they do. I loved it.
In December of 2015, the remake of "Star Wars" is like a high-dollar but illicit massage parlor, all pleasant smells, gentle tickles, and "surprises" that only a virgin wouldn't have known were in store.
"The Hateful Eight" is a stink bomb tossed through the window of that massage parlor; raw, awkward, uncomfortable cinema that asks questions you may not want to answer. It's the 3-hour, booze fueled and highly emotional debate, versus the "Star Wars" 2-hour gentle handjob.