Posted on 2/17/11 10:50 PM
This is not a biased review by any means, and bare in mind, this is coming from someone who despised this kid not too long ago for all the wrong reasons. Justin Bieber is a pop sensation who was noticed while uploading videos to YouTube, a popular video streaming website known by many. Now back a while ago I remember seeing an online article about how Justin Bieber is a nothing, and how he is the next Soulja Boy and will only have his 15 minutes of fame and be done. Needless to say he is showing whoever wrote that article that they are wrong. "Never Say Never" is a movie that shows how you can live your dreams as long as you believe that you can.
The movie had no acting, it was pure documentation of Justin Bieber's life as a young talented person, and transitions between his big concert at Madison Square Garden where he sold out the stadium. As a 16 year old kid, this is a pretty big deal. Along with Justin he has his agents, his parents, grandparents, Usher (his mentor), and even Miley Cyrus has a part in this movie. It was a very touching movie, and was just a spectacle to me.
This was an amazing movie, and I used to be one of those people who would make fun of Justin because of what he sang, how he sang, and how he looked. After watching this movie I felt ignorant because I always joked about him. If every person who thinks he's a joke, went out and saw this movie, I truthfully don't think they would make fun of him anymore. The 3D was surprisingly the best I've seen in a movie, it was simple and not too overbearing like I've seen in previous movies. The concert scenes were very well done, and it really showcased the personality and dedication that Justin Bieber has for his career. "Never Say Never" told an amazing story about a kid with a dream, who followed through with his dream and continues to live his dream. I don't need to promote him, I don't need to convince people to see this movie, because I know that this movie was entertaining. Needless to say, I am now a Belieber. 100%