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Justin Bieber’s Believe (2013)


A backstage and on-stage look at Justin Bieber during his rise to super stardom.

Justin Bieber’s Believe (2013)

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Released Year: 2013
Runtime: 92 minutes
Genre: Documentary, Music
Directors: Jon M. Chu
Writers: Sarah Landman

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A backstage and on-stage look at Justin Bieber during his rise to super stardom.

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Reviews


70
Variety - Joe Leydon
A slickly entertaining piece of work that will doubtless delight the young pop star’s fan base, and possibly engage curiosity-seekers who have heretofore remained immune or indifferent to Bieber Fever.
63
RogerEbert.com - Sheila O'Malley
The Bieber fans aren't going anywhere. And Justin Bieber's Believe is best when it shows us why.
58
Entertainment Weekly - Adam Markovitz
When the movie occasionally does confront its hero’s foibles, its answers are disappointingly pat.
50
Boston Globe - Unnamed
Where Bieber’s first concert documentary, 2011’s “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,” chronicled his rise to fame, his new one is damage control.
40
The New York Times - Unnamed
Another piece of propaganda for the Bieber proletariat.

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