IMDb > Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009)
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience
Top Links
trailers and videosfull cast and crewtriviaofficial sitesmemorable quotes
main detailscombined detailsfull cast and crewcompany credits
Awards & Reviews
user reviewsexternal reviewsawardsuser ratingsparents guidemessage board
Plot & Quotes
plot summarysynopsisplot keywordsmemorable quotes
Did You Know?
triviagoofssoundtrack listingcrazy creditsalternate versionsmovie connectionsFAQ
Other Info
box office/businessrelease datesfilming locationstechnical specsliterature listingsNewsDesk
taglines trailers and videos posters photo gallery
External Links
showtimesofficial sitesmiscellaneousphotographssound clipsvideo clips

Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009) More at IMDbPro »

Photos (See all 70 | slideshow) Videos (see all 9)
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience -- Here is the music video for "BB Good" from the movie 
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience -- A 3-D concert film of the 2008 Jonas Brothers "Burning Up" concert tour, as well as documentary footage on the lives of the three brothers.
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience -- Here is a clip from the movie Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience -- Behind the scenes: Getting the stage ready, post
Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience -- Here is a clip from the movie Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.


User Rating:
2.1/10   17,051 votes »
Your Rating:
Saving vote...
Deleting vote...
/10   (delete | history)
Sorry, there was a problem
MOVIEmeter: ?
Up 12% in popularity this week. See why on IMDbPro.
View company contact information for Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience on IMDbPro.
Release Date:
27 February 2009 (USA) See more »
A 3-D concert film of the 2008 Jonas Brothers "Burning Up" concert tour, as well as documentary footage on the lives of the three brothers. | Full synopsis »
1 win & 4 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
It hurts less with the glasses off See more (220 total) »


  (in credits order)

Kevin Jonas ... Himself

Joe Jonas ... Himself

Nick Jonas ... Himself
John Taylor ... MD / Guitar (as John Lloyd Taylor)
Jack Lawless ... Drums (as John Cahill Lawless)
Ryan Liestman ... Keyboards (as Ryan Matthew Liestman)
Greg Garbowsky ... Bass Guitar (as Gregory Robert Garbowsky)
Robert Feggans ... Himself (as 'Big Rob' Feggans)

Demi Lovato ... Herself

Taylor Swift ... Herself
Caitlin Evanson ... Taylor Swift's Fiddle Player
Ben Clark ... Taylor Swift's Banjo Player
Denise Jonas ... Herself
Caroline Buckman ... Strings
Rebecca Cherry ... Strings
Claudia Chopek ... Strings
Eleanor Norton ... Strings
Melissa Reiner ... Strings
Jennifer Takamatsu ... Strings
Adrienne Woods ... Strings
Alwyn Wright ... Strings
Patrick Bodenhausen ... Fake Jonas Brother #1
Jeremy Jaqua ... Fake Jonas Brother #2
David Penuel ... Fake Jonas Brother #3

Tiffany Brouwer ... Hotel Service

Greg Accetta ... Boyfriend (Central Park Couple)
John Cates ... Boyfriend (Central Park Couple)

Alexandra Daddario ... Girlfriend (Central Park Couple)
Brandon Espinoza ... Boyfriend (Central Park Couple)
Hugo Preece ... Support

Sabina Gadecki ... Girlfriend (Central Park Couple)
Elliot Korte ... Boyfriend (Central Park Couple)
Brianna Shea Russo ... Girlfriend (Central Park Couple)

Sofia Sokolov ... Girlfriend (Central Park Couple)

Chelsea Harris ... Convertible Girl #1

Rebekah Brandes ... Convertible Girl #2
Kyra Hendricks ... Nick Photo Girl #1
Tadia Musgrave ... Nick Photo Girl #2
Felicia Culotta ... Herself

Frankie Jonas ... Himself
Maya Kibble ... Herself
Matthew Petroff ... Co-Pilot
Christine Cattell ... News Announcer

Jessica Jann ... Featured Fan #1

Christa B. Allen ... Featured Fan #2

Jade Ramsey ... Featured Fan #3

Nikita Ramsey ... Featured Fan #4
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Samantha Hahn ... Girlfriend
L.A. Landgraf ... Screaming Fan

Christine Quynh Nguyen ... Concert Goer (as Christine Nguyen)

Anna Roberts ... Screaming Fan

Grace Bannon ... Girlfriend (uncredited)

Kari Benson ... Hurdler (uncredited)
Alana Cadiz ... Girlfriend - Central Park Couple (uncredited)
Aurelius DiBarsanti ... Medical Student (uncredited)

Alexa Gardner ... Screaming Fan (uncredited)
Ashley Klein ... Girlfriend - Central park (uncredited)

Tara Perry ... Hurdling Fan (uncredited)

Tiffany Presley ... Screaming Fan (uncredited)
Sonya Rome ... Biggest Fan (uncredited)

Abbey Scott ... Movie-Goer (uncredited)

Directed by
Bruce Hendricks 
Produced by
Todd Cogan .... 3D camera producer
Blaise Hemingway .... associate producer
Kevin Jonas Sr. .... producer (as Kevin Jonas)
Paul LaMori .... associate producer
Phil McIntyre .... producer
Douglas C. Merrifield .... executive producer
Lorne Orleans .... IMAX version
Vince Pace .... executive producer
Arthur F. Repola .... producer
Alan Sacks .... producer
Deena Sheldon .... pace producer
Katie Wech .... associate producer
Johnny Wright .... producer
Cinematography by
Mitchell Amundsen (director of photography)
Reed Smoot (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Michael Tronick 
Makeup Department
Thom Gonzales .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Douglas C. Merrifield .... unit production manager
Tina Louise Newman .... production supervisor
Santiago Quinones .... production manager: new york
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Matthew McLoota .... second assistant director
Jeffrey Schwartz .... second assistant director
Christian Vendetti .... additional second assistant director
David H. Venghaus Jr. .... first assistant director
Art Department
Amie McCarthy .... propmaster: Los Angeles
John Peter Melendez .... property master
Ernest M. Sanchez .... lead man
Sound Department
Mark Burton .... sound mixer
Tom Caton .... boom operator
Brian Dinkins .... sound recordist
David E. Fluhr .... sound re-recording mixer
Tim Hays .... sound
Michael Keenan .... location sound mixer: New York
Adam Kopald .... supervising sound editor
Val Kuklowsky .... dialog and adr supervisor
Ryan McBride .... sound effects field recordist
Rob Nokes .... sound effects field recordist: crowds
Dan O'Connell .... foley artist
Margit Pfeiffer .... dialogue & adr editor
Kunal Rajan .... sound effects field recordist
Robert L. Sephton .... sound designer
Robert L. Sephton .... supervising sound editor
Adam Weber .... rf/pl technician
Special Effects by
Mark Hawker .... special effects
Visual Effects by
Terran Benveniste .... vfx coordinator: ILM
Jangwoo Choi .... senior modeler
John Daro .... digital stereoscopic artist
Lindy DeQuattro .... visual effects supervisor: ILM
Scott Dougherty .... visual effects executive producer: Furious FX
Rob Engle .... visual effects supervisor: SPI
Kevin Field .... production manager: SPI
Nicole Herr .... animator: SPI
David Lingenfelser .... executive visual effects supervisor: Furious Fx
Mark Shoaf .... cg supervisor: Furious FX
Joseph Slomka .... color scientist
Tiffany Smith .... visual effects producer: Furious FX
John Stewart .... digital compositor: Asylum
Jym Braun .... stunt driver: Motorcyclist
Julie David .... stunts
Mark Musashi .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Lev Abramoff .... camera utility
Pete Asidilla .... dolly grip
Joe Chouchanian .... best boy grip
Sam Emerson .... still photographer
Max Frankston .... video assist
Peter Freeman .... lighting director
Chris Hewat .... camera utility (as Christopher Hewat)
Terrance Ho .... video controller
Albert Filino Hutagalung .... high definition video engineer
Kevin Ivey .... assistant camera
Daniel Judd .... camera production assistant
Lawrence Karman .... camera operator
Jack Kney .... documentary camera operator
Jeff Kunkel .... key grip
Oliver Mancebo .... camera utility
Frank Masi .... still photographer
Bill McConnell Jr. .... second assistant camera
Eugene Meienhofer .... lighting technician
John J. Moers .... documentary camera operator
Jaim O'Neil .... best boy
Josiah Patrow .... system technician
James H Razo .... G3 stabilized head 3D
Brad Rea .... technocrane grip
Brian Ricketts .... lead 3D camera utility
Dennis Rogers .... 3D interocular puller
Andy Ryan .... gaffer
P. Scott Sakamoto .... Steadicam
Ronald Schlueter .... utility camera
Deena Sheldon .... camera operator
Jeff Sturgill .... 3D system technician
Nick Theodorakis .... digital imaging technician
Manning Tillman .... camera supervisor
Michael Wahl .... crane grip
Barry Wetcher .... still photographer
Jeff Zachary .... camera operator
Britt Cyrus .... digital imaging technician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Terri Douglas .... adr voice casting
Wendy Washbrook .... extras casting
Editorial Department
Susan Alexander .... digital intermediate producer
Aaron Brock .... first assistant editor
John Daro .... digital intermediate colorist
Albert Filino Hutagalung .... high definition engineer
John Nicolard .... digital intermediate supervisor
Dylan Quirt .... assistant editor
Bill Schultz .... digital intermediate executive
Joe Zappia .... editorial assistant
Music Department
Connie Boylan .... musician contractor
Scott Elgin .... assistant engineer
Will Kaplan .... music editor
Stephen Lu .... string arranger & conductor
Joseph Magee .... supervising music mixer
Booker White .... music preparation
Monica Zierhut .... music production supervisor
Frank Macchia .... music preparation (uncredited)
Other crew
Stephen Ananicz .... production assistant
Christopher Anderson .... production assistant
Paul Becker .... choreographer
Sara Bermejo .... production team assistant
Madison Bontempo .... adr voice
Matthew Bradley .... production assistant
Shelbie Bruce .... adr artist
Karita Burbank .... assistant to director
Myo Campbell .... production assistant
Patty Carey .... location manager: New York
Sandra Constantine .... post production accountant
Christina Cortez .... production assistant
Kathy Donno .... assistant accountant
Cliff Fuller .... production coordinator
Lori Grabowski .... script supervisor
Amy Hussey .... location assistant
Julie Jones .... production accountant
Peter Keeling .... set production assistant: new york
Alexandra Ketcham .... production assistant
Ryan Lacen .... production assistant
Eric Ladd .... title designer
Austin Lapierre .... key production assistant
Jeffrey Lederman .... production assistant
Robert Lopez .... key production assistant
Lori Margules .... technical coordinator
Nicole Kiele Matteson .... location production assistant
Robert Mazaraki .... production coordinator
Rick McGovern .... stand in: Kevin Jonas
James Merrifield .... production assistant
Jared Morrison .... stand-in
Vince Pace .... stereographer
Aimee Pierson .... production assistant
Orlando Porter .... assistant: producer
Michele Prymicz .... production assistant
Alan D. Purwin .... helicopter pilot
Antonio Ragona .... production assistant
Raini Rodriguez .... adr voice
Ashley Rose .... adr voice (as Ashley Rose)
Christina Scherer .... adr voice
Mindy Schofield .... production assistant
Laura Schwartz .... assistant production coordinator
John Semedik .... first assistant accountant
Serena Shen .... accounting clerk
Ryan Sheridan .... lead engineer
John Smart .... assistant location manager: Los Angeles
Laura Sode-Matteson .... supervising location manager: Los Angeles
Mitch Spacone .... system support: FotoKem
Krista Swan .... adr voice
Kristen Patterson Terry .... audience coordinator
Amy Greene Vines .... assistant production coordinator (as Amy Greene)
Trenton Waterson .... assistant to director
Martine White .... key assistant location manager: Los Angeles
T.G. Wilkinson .... location assistant
Craig T. Wood .... assistant production office coordinator: new york
Shelby Young .... adr voice
Katy Thatcher .... production assistant (uncredited)
Tim Ballou .... special thanks
Howard Lukk .... special thanks

Production CompaniesDistributorsSpecial EffectsOther Companies

Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Jonas Brothers: The Concert Experience" - USA (DVD title)
"Jonas Brothers: The Concert 3D" - Japan (English title)
See more »
USA:76 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Argentina:Atp | Australia:G | Canada:G (British Columbia) | Canada:G (Manitoba) | Ireland:G | New Zealand:G | Peru:PT | Philippines:G (MTRCB) | Portugal:M/6 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:All | UK:U | USA:G (certificate #45005) | USA:G (certificate #45348)

Did You Know?

Continuity: During the song "Video Girl," Nick Jonas plays the drums for the first time during the concert. His tie keeps disappearing and reappearing throughout the song.See more »
Joe Jonas:[shakes table] Earthquake!
[shakes table again]
Joe Jonas:Aftershock!
See more »
Movie Connections:
References A Hard Day's Night (1964)See more »
Should've Said NoSee more »


This FAQ is empty. Add the first question.
39 out of 53 people found the following review useful.
It hurts less with the glasses off, 14 May 2009
Author: Ali_Catterall from London, England

Hot on the huge red heels of Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert, another joylessly choreographed gig from Disney's stable of pop stars; so squeaky-clean they probably leave their internal organs soaking in buckets of Persil overnight. Nick, Kevin and Joe are the kind of all-American, all-processed poppets comedian Bill Hicks would have torn into like a school of piranha were he still alive. That job fell to Russell Brand, who mocked their no-sex-before-marriage 'Purity Rings' at 2008's MTV Video Music Awards. Yet instead of being forced to apologise, Brand should have been paid off by Disney for raising the band's profile.

For squillions of kids, however, the Little Christians That Could are already Olympus-sized. This becomes immediately apparent the moment we and our 3D glasses float, as if borne on angels' backs, into New York City's Madison Square Garden arena. Here, 20,000 screaming tweens waggle their glowsticks like unsullied pregnancy testers at the preening boy-men who emerge to bombastic strings and spurting sheets of flame. It's like Triumph Of The Will for under-12s. And everywhere you look, hydraulics. Hydraulic platforms to elevate the Brothers to the vertiginous level of ascetic monks, literally looking down on their fans; hydraulics to pucker their cyborg lips, offering the promise of a chaste, metallic-tasting kiss.

At various junctures, songs occur; as substantial as farts in a wind tunnel. At one point a baby gazelle with perfect hair called Demi nearly blows them off stage with her superior number, before being chased away again. Jonas songs are accompanied by a fey, second-hand gesture from lead vocalist Joe, in which he clenches his thighs together and raises one knee, as if frantic for a pee. Stage-moves as old as pop, courting reactions older than pop, from hormonal girls expertly shaken up like soda bottles, until diverted at the pass to explode their passions into waiting cash registers.

It is breathtaking in its contrivances and blatant in its borrowings. With an opening scene of three young men being chased by a swollen mob of rabid girls to a waiting helicopter, this mindlessly apes the beginning and closing moments of A Hard Day's Night. Director Richard Lester might have cherry picked from the greats - everything from Mack Sennett-style tomfoolery to stylized shots swiped from Fellini - but he did at least end up with something fresh and funny and new. This doesn't possess one-tenth of that film's warmth, naturalism or feral thrill. In his opener, Lester had expertly caught a sense of the Beatles as prisoners of their success; it's clear those girls meant business, that if they were to catch up with the lads they would have literally ripped them apart like latter day Bacchae. This lot look like they'd just text their prey to death.

Where there are stars, there are satellites. Here are three jokers in wigs and waistcoats posing with the multitudes outside the concert hall, engaged in what the Americans call "goofing around." These are the 'imitation' Jonas Brothers, buzzards pecking at the crumbs of celebrity. Robe-stroking lepers. If "the Jonas Brothers are living the dream, we're dreaming the life" they say. Trouble is, they actually appear to have more charisma than the real things who, on this admittedly scant evidence, lack strong, or even vaguely likable personalities of their own.

This personality vacuum is a real problem in a film that purports to depict a day in the life of young pop stars audiences can actually relate to. Straitjacketed into their roles (back-flipping; power-sliding; looking cute), and unable or unwilling to offer any organic or even semi-improvised conversation, the Jonas trio are obliged to traipse through shamelessly staged scenes of purported verite, such as belatedly catching the cameras 'accidentally' filming them taking their tops off backstage. Bad camera! This occasionally backfires, as in an early sequence where the breakfasting Brothers arrogantly shoo away their Trump Hotel waitress, who happens to be hovering in shot, either star-struck or, more likely, patiently waiting for another order. It wrong-foots, as do the 3D effects, which mainly consist of Joe hurling guitar picks or his sunglasses straight at us. How would you like to have a pair of sunglasses flung in your face? Watching this feels like working for Naomi Campbell.

At time of writing, this has achieved 1.3 out of 10 on the IMDb, the site's lowest ever score - for a documentary at least (it doesn't count this as a feature film). Yet this intensely polarizing movie has clearly been subject to some tactical voting, given the overwhelming majority of glowing, hysterical reviews. Meanwhile, the site suggests that "If you enjoyed this title, our database also recommends Gimme Shelter". A slightly reckless juxtaposition, given that the film, which documents the Rolling Stones' tragic 1969 Altamont Free Concert, culminates in the on-screen murder of an audience member by the Hells Angels. The only thing being murdered in Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience is music.

Well, alright. It's fairly safe to assume this reviewer is not the intended demographic for this movie. And couldn't be any less suited were they also blind in one eye, and thus unable to get anything out of the 3D experience. Not to belabor the point, but in the Jonas Brothers management boardroom there's a flip chart sporting this reviewer's photo and the word 'No' underlined three times in thick black marker pen. This will probably more than satisfy the audience it's aimed at. But for the rest of us, a tour called 'Burning Up' suggests only one thing. We are in Hell.

Was the above review useful to you?
See more (220 total) »

Message Boards

Discuss this movie with other users on IMDb message board for Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009)
Recent Posts (updated daily)User
Why isn't this on the Bottom 100 Movies list? sfacets
It is not my intention to spread hate, but, rather, reason stpx
the Rating texmexmartin
Bottom 100? maskingtape411
See more »


If you enjoyed this title, our database also recommends:
- - - - -
Kenny Chesney: Summer in 3D Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert B*Witched and 5ive in Concert Gimme Shelter Bring on the Night
IMDb User Rating:
IMDb User Rating:
IMDb User Rating:
IMDb User Rating:
IMDb User Rating:
Show more recommendations

Related Links

Full cast and crew Company credits External reviews
News articles IMDb Documentary section IMDb USA section

You may report errors and omissions on this page to the IMDb database managers. They will be examined and if approved will be included in a future update. Clicking the 'Edit page' button will take you through a step-by-step process.