• Released
  • August 30, 2013
  • PG , 1 hr 55 min
  • 3D
    Documentary
  • 2,765 Fan Ratings
Synopsis: Beginning Friday, Sept. 13, see an extended cut of the film with 20 minutes of extra footage, featuring an all-access look at the British pop sensation One Direction live in concert.

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75

Slant Magazine

Some of the film's most memorable moments involve Niall and Liam looking down on oceans of screaming devotees in the street, and...
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Bill Stamets
The true strength of Spurlock’s documentary is how he showcases the behind-the-scenes, off-stage personalities of the One Direction boys.
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63

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
It's misleading to call this a documentary — fan fodder is more like it.
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60

Time Out London

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What’s the opposite of warts-n-all? ‘No warts’ doesn’t even begin to describe Morgan Spurlock’s fly-on-the-wall film about One Direction....
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60

Time Out New York

It may be just an hour-and-a-half commercial for the new single, “Best Song Ever,” and a victory lap following a successful arena tour, but...
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60

The Hollywood Reporter

By Justin Lowe
The filmmakers’ intent to depict them as “normal guys” mostly succeeds, primarily due to their not inconsiderable charm.
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60

Empire

By Anna Smith
1D in 3D: the closest thing to a Shine A Light for Directioners.
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58

Entertainment Weekly

By Chris Nashawaty
We're treated to what's essentially a slick, airbrushed promo reel of a bunch of genuinely sweet superstars who can't believe their dumb...
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50

Variety

By Andrew Barker
The film’s central fivesome prove charming pallbearers throughout the film, which alternates between inspired and insipid as it hits its...
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20

Village Voice

By Amy Nicholson
Even calling the film a documentary feels deluded.
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Rated PG | For Mild Language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 8+ Like 1D, concert docu is clean cut, with tiny bit of edge.
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