Movie Review- Justin Bieber’s Believe

Rated: PG

Cast: (As Themselves)
Justin Bieber (pop superstar)
Scooter Braun (manager)
Ryan Good (friend)
Usher Raymond IV (mentor)
Pattie Mallette (Justin’s mom)
Jeremy Bieber (Justin’s dad)

Run Time: 1 hour and 32 minutes

Directed By: Jon M. Chu

Stars: 10/10

On Christmas Day, the new Justin Bieber movie was released called “Believe.” It goes behind all the headlines and hype to show the real story: his journey through his tour.  It includes heartbreaks such as the loss of loved ones like Avalanna Routh, a huge Bieber fan who had a rare form of cancer. Routh gave herself the name “Mrs. Bieber” after their fake wedding in the hospital with a cardboard cutout.  Bieber met her and they instantly had a big brother/little sister relationship. Sadly, she passed away last year at age six. V Bieber addresses some hard topics such as the argument between him and the paparazzi in London last March and his relationships during the “Believe” tour.

People may look at Bieber as an out of control teenager, but everyone makes mistakes and it’s hard to grow up in  the spotlight. Everyone judges you, just waits for you to mess up “but rather than let gravity take you down, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands, and fly,” Bieber said. Most of his childhood was taken away from him being in this business.

This movie is not just for the fans – also known as Beliebers – it is for friends, families, even haters.  It shows everyone that no matter what happens, one should always believe in oneself, in others, in everything.

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