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Plot: A backstage and on-stage look at Justin Bieber during his rise to super stardom.
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This Makes Me Laugh
Another Justin Beiber documentary where this “super” kid pop star still manages to make 9 year old’s girls scream to death. Pretty pathetic if you ask me. His voice tends to be death to my ears and everyone else’s. His music will always be terrible even “if” he tries to put more effort into his music. He will never go down to be a great,incredible, and talented musician. He is a waste of space in the music industry to make it stupidly worse as it already is. Why make a documentary on a wasted teenager that has no talent that’s unnecessary garbage that needs to be thrown out and forever will be gone for good. I hope Justin Beiber realizes that his dumb pretty boy look will never last and that his music career will be dead within seconds.
Nothing different,same old
terrible music, same incredibly unlikeable singer, same poor film-making. This movie is just another way to get him more money and to keep people talking about him.
Obviously if you don’t like him, like most people, you won’t like this movie. My “EX”-girlfriend was begging me to see this with her and so I gave in thinking it can’t be too bad. Maybe it’ll be an interesting look into his life or even ‘so bad it’s funny’. But no, this has to be the most boring, stupid, unbearable film I’ve seen. The single positive thing about me seeing it is that I can legitimately review the movie.
Seriously, that’s it.
If you love him, you’ll love this. If your indifferent to him, or worse…….. Don’t give him more money. I highly regret paying to see this. DO NOT SEE THIS IN THE THEATER UNLESS YOU’RE A FAN. Maybe if non-fans stop talking about him he’ll go away sooner than later. He has an inflated ego and is desperate to stay in the public eye, that’s obvious by this.
Too many annoying fans in the theater. Sadly, there are enough that this’ll make a profit like the first and he will not go away for a long time.
I’m surprised that so many other musicians(who all have more talent than him) showed up in the movie. Is Justin Bieber actually this popular among grown men?
I either don’t care for or absolutely hate his songs. So one reason it was unbearable was the fact that his songs were playing in the background nearly the entire time. That may make me a little biased. Perhaps if you find his music fine(but detest him / his fame) than you might not completely hate the movie.
But I’d wait for it to come out on DVD and check it out for the library. The movie is just footage from his concerts, crazy fans, people talking about how great he is, and such. From what I’ve heard of the first movie, the main difference is new music and more mature incidents he’d gotten himself into.
Incredibly unlikeable star IMO, mostly caused by him being incredibly famous and having crazy fans for an OK singer at best. I don’t know what it is about him that got him so famous. There are thousands better musicians/artists who barely get by while he makes millions for impressionable tweens who will pay even in the hundreds of $$ just to see their “god” in person.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 32 min (92 min)
Genre Documentary, Music
Director Jon M. Chu
Writer Sarah Landman Serafini
Actors Justin Bieber, Scooter Braun, Ryan Good
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Red Epic M
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format Digital (Digital Cinema Package DCP)