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Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience (2009)

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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.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Himself
... Himself
... 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)
... Herself
... Herself
Caitlin Evanson ... Taylor Swift's Fiddle Player
Ben Clark ... Taylor Swift's Banjo Player
Denise Jonas ... Herself
Caroline Buckman ... Strings
Rebecca Cherry ... Strings
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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.

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Documentary | Music

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27 February 2009 (USA)  »

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Jonas Brothers: The Concert Experience  »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$12,510,374, 1 March 2009, Wide Release

Gross USA:

$19,161,363, 29 March 2009
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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 »

Quotes

Joe Jonas: 3-4, Kevin gets himself a new set of pajamas. Ohhh!
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Referenced in South Park: Funnybot (2011) See more »

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This Is Me
Written by Andy Dodd and Adam Watts
Performed by Demi Lovato and The Jonas Brothers
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Jonas Brothers 3D makes "Disaster Movie" look Oscar worthy
24 March 2009 | by See all my reviews

No, no no no no, the assumption that we cheered on N'Suck or the Bareback Boys is, to be quite honest, as wrong as is the belief that the Jonas Brothers produce something besides trash music. When the afore mentioned bands, and their contemporaries were popular, I was listening to Pink Floyd, Radiohead, Hendrix, NIN, and I knew many people in my age group (those who these so called bands targeted) with similar good taste in music. Face it, they are a rotten band, and if you think Nick playing a guitar in one video elevates their status from landfill worthy to anything else, as you rightly pointed out, it was only one video he played in. As for them not wanting to be in the publics eye…I won't even dignify that with a retort, as the only way you could possibly think that is if ones I.Q. is equal to the number of days in a week, or if one is simply so infatuated with them, no amount of reason could sway your beliefs.

They are media whores, and their sole purpose (even if they think they are hot stuff, and a new wave in music…LOL…) is to make cash. As soon as the public shows signs of disinterest, Disney will too, and the Jonas Brothers will disappear, maybe only to be remembered in a Distant VH1 special documenting their short claim to fame, built on the backs of pre-teen girls.


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