The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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It's for the fans. And on that level it works.
When the movie occasionally does confront its hero's foibles, its answers are disappointingly pat.
Films like this work best when exalting is the task, and when it comes to displaying Mr. Bieber in his milieu - on stage - it shines.
My daughter wants you to know that the movie is great and that you shouldn't listen to a hater like me. I envy her belief.
When it strays from the glitzy pyrotechnics of a Miami concert, it descends into another manipulative PR stunt.
A documentary that supposedly chronicles the 2012-2013 tour but stays so relentlessly on message, it offers no insights and few anecdotes about the real Justin Bieber.
There's nothing wrong with making a documentary about the Biebs, but you wish the filmmakers had thought a lot harder and dreamed a little bigger.
Director Jon M Chu throws a few curlies at Bieber about fame, philanthropy, artistic integrity and the bum fluff growing in the space between his nose and his mouth where a mustache would normally go.
Earnest pop star docu should please true Beliebers.
It's the rare 19-year-old who's in a position to commission and co-produce a film about himself. Clearly, with this kind of involvement, we can hardly expect Justin Bieber's Believe to be an impartial document.
Even if it doesn't ask all the right question or provide the answers we're looking for, Justin Bieber's Believe is a perfectly harmless piece of work that will send fangirls the world over into a tizzy.
Justin Bieber's Believe is exactly the movie you think it is, and that's fine.
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