Justin Bieber: Never Say Never (2011)

“He’s just like a regular kid who had a dream and it just like came true.”

What’s it about?

Follows JB’s story, from his struggles growing up as a white kid from Canada to performing in front of a sold-out crowd at Madison Square Garden.

Who’s in it?

Justin Drew Bieber.

Why should I watch it?

+ Featuring some of his classic songs
+ Before he discovered dubstep/trap/dance music, started wearing less and going out more
+ Before he didn’t know what you meant or didn’t know the appropriate amount of time it was acceptable to say sorry
+ Ladies (and some guys too), you don’t have to date him to meet his parents
+ Those hair flips though
+ Contains YouTube clips that you could’ve seen well… on YouTube
+ If performing with a cold isn’t bravery, then I don’t know what is
+ Power of social media
+ Cameos from Usher, Snoop Dogg, Jaden Smith and, everyone’s favourite role model, Miley Cyrus

Why shouldn’t I watch it?

– If you’re a hater
– If you’re Orlando Bloom
– If you can’t stand the sound of 12 year old girls screaming
– To be fair, I’d be more worried if you liked the sound of 12 year old girls screaming

Anything else?

Shows that he’s just a normal guy with a beautiful voice and a body that moves like a water bed. A must watch for beliebers and non-beliebers.


You might also like:
Justin Bieber’s Believe
The Godfather/ Part II
The Shawshank Redemption

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