An inside look at the phenomenon that is sweeping the nation. Justin Bieber, along with music's top icons, give you the scoop on how he became the pop sensation that he is today. Although ... See full summary »
The camera follows Justin Bieber (1994- ) during the ten days leading up to his August, 2010, sold-out show at Madison Square Garden. Footage of these ten days of concerts, rehearsals, and down time with boyhood friends, his mom, and his entourage is inter-cut with home movies, old photos, and interviews showing a musical prodigy who loves to perform, comes to the attention of an Atlanta agent via YouTube, impresses Usher, and rockets to international stardom soon after his 15th birthday. His manager emphasizes the importance of social media and of Justin's work ethic and personality in making him a star; the camera emphasizes Bieber's look. His mom and grandparents shine. Written by
This is MTV Films' first and, so far the, only film to receive a G rating from the MPAA. See more »
While the movie shows Justin Bieber's album My World 2.0 rising to the top of the Billboard 200, at number 94 the "Glee, the Music: Volume 1" picture is shown, but what is written next to it is "Glee, the Music: Volume 2". See more »
First 20 kids,then 40 kids, then 50 kids then hundreds of kids starting lining up just to get a glimpse of him.
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This movie is so unbearably awful. I guess it is supposed to be a documentary on this little kids undying unquenchable dream to be a world famous singer. He's like what? 10? He's never had to pay rent or have a job. He's gotta color pictures and finger paint. There are bars FILLED with musicians who know what it means to sell blood just to make rent and spend their entire lives writing music that no one else will ever hear or appreciate it. This kid like what? Hit forks on pots and pans then landed a a major label deal. Whats worse is every time he popped onto the screen and little girls screamed about how hot he was all I thought was "This boy looks exactly like a little girl........"
The 3d was just the perfect metaphor for how much they shove this down your throat.
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