‘Justin Bieber: Never Say Never’ – 5 out of 5 stars

Posted to Arts & Entertainment by Megan Suddarth at 6:30 p.m., Feb. 14, 2011

Haters beware – Justin Bieber has taken entertainment to the next level. With explosions and neon lights to purple sneakers and screaming teen girls, “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” is a 3D look into the life of the talented Justin Bieber. It proves to be an uplifting story of triumph and exhilaration.

“Never Say Never” is filled with cherished moments from Bieber’s childhood that provide the audience with a peek into his life prior to spreading “Bieber fever”. These genuine clips add to the background of who Justin Bieber was at a younger age.

The movie, filmed like a documentary, never slows down. It follows Justin on his tour bus, details his life before becoming a16-year-old sensation that immediately sends girls into shock and features his famous voice during vocal practice. Using the perspective of his loved ones, the movie shows Bieber’s true character. Interviews with his mother, grandparents, manager, vocal coach and others make the movie more believable and relatable to the audience.

“Never Say Never 3D” shows Justin’s haters just how much passion and work he’s put into his already spectacular career. No matter who you are, seeing a young kid work so hard to accomplish his dreams and turn them into reality will be a moving experience.

Whether you have “Bieber fever” or you’re as far away from the pop spectrum as possible, this movie definitely shows you the reality of what being Justin Bieber is like. And who knows, maybe even that macho football player who claims to be Bieber’s biggest hater could all of a sudden have a severe, incurable case of “Bieber fever”.

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