• Released
  • February 25, 2011
  • (Limited one-week release!)
  • G , 1 hr 55 min
  • Documentary
    3D
Justin Bieber Never Say Never: The Director's Fan Cut 3D Synopsis
Director Jon Chu's 3D fan cut is an exclusive, one-week limited release with 40 minutes of new Bieber footage.

Movie Reviews

Respect

By Yung Boi
I only went for my 6yrd old daughter. However, after watching the movie, I have a new found respect for Justin. He really worked hard to get where he is. Good movie, overall....

Why does everybody think that?

By roxursox8888
Not only do I despise this movie, but now, I despise him. Nothing can get any worse then this movie. Even the regular one. I don't like Justin Bieber anymore because of his poor performance and...

Jst OMG

By 1029a3
This is one of the best movies I've ever seen not only is he great his life story is great I love every thing about the movie I can't find anything to change about the movie or justin bieber hey is...

My Review

By coolthang0429
OKKKKK i think that this movie was the best movie in the history of movies!!!!! It was just a girls dream and i know wat that feels like i was amazed how the 3D came out!!!!! Belive me i am a Justin...

retared

By katiemcloud
He's like17 and sounds like a little school girl No afence usher but why did you bring him into this world All of you justin bieber fans go on u tube and look up justins beaver....

justin beiber never say never

By RobbyT.
I t sucks...

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OMG

By J3nna
This movie is a must see. I went into the theaters thinking it would be another regular documentary about another child turned star but OMG definitely wasn't!!! This movie was beyond amazing, and for...

Bad movie

By thevandy
This Movie is part 1 of 3. More like a TV series. Great actors Bad Story and ending. Sometimes the story of a movie takes a back seat to the graphic effects. in this movie they put the story in...

Never Say Never

By MariaA
Wow, that movie was great! Justin was cute as a little kid, and he was born with extraordinary talents. You got to see him growing up, how his life is now, and how he handled tough...

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Rated G
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 7+ Compelling docu about a young star's rise to the top.
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