Justin Bieber “Never Say Never” movie showed entertaining scenes & more. Paramount Pictures released their new Justin Bieber documentary flick titled, “Never Say Never” into theaters this weekend. I just watched it, and thought it was pretty interesting as it featured a more in-depth,”behind the scenes,” look at the star’s rise to fame,and how he maintains his ongoing success.
It stars, of course,Justin Bieber,but it also showed appearances from Miley Cyrus,his mentor Usher,Jayden Smith,Boys II Men,Sean Kingston,and rapper Ludacris. The documentary revolved around,and showed scenes from Justin’s past,along with more recent footage of his concert tours. It also showed just how much work this young 16 year old has put into his career over a very short period of time.
I particularly liked when they showed scenes of him performing at talent shows before he became famous. It showed the wide array of songs and genres that he can actually sing. It also showed footage of him going back to his hometown after he got famous,and still hung out with his same old friends like any normal teenager.
The film was particularly interesting when it showed how he was discovered on Youtube. He and his mother would put videos of him singing up on Youtube,and they would get millions and millions of hits. His current manager Scooter Braun discovered him on there,and got him talking to some people in the music business. Next thing you know,he was singing for Usher.
However, the movie showed how Justin got turned down by a lot of labels before he was able to get signed. It wasn’t until he sung for Usher and won him over,that things started to look up. From there, Usher introduced him to LA Reid and he impressed him.
Then it showed footage of how Justin had to wait around for a while before he could start cutting his first album. When he finally made songs for the album, he would go around to every radio station in the country to sing for them. He impressed them,and once his popularity started to rise from all the promotion, they started to play his songs more often.
It showed footage of all the shows he performs night after night,which eventually adds up to hundreds of shows. He eventually had to take a break and cancel a few shows because he wore out his vocal cords. It showed him performing various concerts with Boys II Men,Miley Cyrus,Ludacris,Sean Kingsten,and Jayden Smith.
I like how the film closed out with Justin selling out his “Madison Square Garden” concert in 22 minutes. It showed his big performance,and little Jayden Smith chimed in with a rap. Then Justin closed it out,performing his hit song entitled, “Baby.”
I liked the film. It delivered what I thought it would,which was a great,in-depth look at Justin before he hit it big,and a lot of “behind the scenes” footage of his concert and personal life. Those types of documentaries are all always pretty interesting for me,especially when it’s a huge star.
It kind of reminded me of those “E! True Hollywood Story” episodes,accept he’s probably one of the youngest ones. I gave the flick an A grade. “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” movie is in theaters now. Get your “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never” tickets by Clicking Here.