Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

Rated 3.0

I kind of like Justin Bieber. He’s like a young Leonardo DiCaprio, all the members of Hanson, a short Keira Knightley and Justin Timberlake rolled into one little cherubic pop star. His new 3-D epic bio/documentary movie, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, is a big, happy film that showcases his undeniable talents and tells the story of his rise to fame. It also, in its own little way, justifies his fame. He really is quite good at what he does, and I consider him miles ahead of other pop phenomena like the Jonas Parasites. This film chronicles his rise to fame through Twitter and YouTube, and his sold-out concert in Madison Square Garden featuring Usher, Miley Cyrus and Jaden Smith. The music isn’t all that great, but the story is pretty good. It will make the fans happy, while keeping the uninitiated semi-entertained.