must see!!

By xoashleymariexo
Written December 25, 2013
Amazing movie! totally changes your perspective on what he goes through. That kid has worked his butt off and deserves more credit that he is given. he is a true talent
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Not what you think

By pimentokerri
Written December 26, 2013
This ISN'T merely a concert film. It really takes the viewer inside the creative process: from what it takes to write and produce one hit song, much less an entire album full of hit songs. It lets us in on what it takes to put together a world tour: dancers,directors, choreographers, and how Justin is part of each and every step---never being the one controlled by the "machine" but steering it himself. Some very personal pieces were added that WILL make you cry and show Justin as just this boy who, like all of us, goes through love and loss and pain...and we cry with him. This is not "Never Say Never"; it's not supposed to be. BUT, at the end of the day, as a mother myself, Justin is still that little boy singing on YouTube. He is just a sweet kid who was blessed with so much talent that his mother felt compelled to share him with the world---and her courage just overwhelms me still. He has good family behind him. He deserves our support, and as this film will show: HE HAS EARNED IT
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Daughter loved it!!

By Tauntonlakecottage
Written December 27, 2013
I thought this movie was the most self indulgent load of crap I have ever seen! but my 14 year old daughter was almost in tears all the way through, so it hit it's mark in that respect.
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Justin Bieber's Believe

By caroline889
Written December 30, 2013
The movie was perfect. The world gets to know the real Justin and most importantly the truth. I'd recommend this movie for all ages. You won't regret seeing it.
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Justin Bieber Believe

By MsChrissy67
Written December 26, 2013
As in the first Justin Bieber movie, this one doesn't disappoint. The movie gives you the ability to step inside Justin's world just a little bit. During the film, you feel his happiness and sadness, and can see for yourself the connection he has with all of the people surrounding him on a daily basis. Justin gets a bad rap a lot of the time, and through this movie I think he tries to explain his feelings regarding the media, the hype and his bad behavior. After all, he is only 19 years old, he is only human, and it is sometimes hard to do the right thing, every single day - especially when you have eyes and ears trying to catch you doing something wrong every minute. I think he is a good young man, and I think he is very talented...and I agree with his mother on one point - I wish he would pull up his pants. God Bless Justin - keep up the good work!
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