Justin Bieber: Never Say Never is a 3D concert documentary that will satisfy many Bieber fans. With no questionable sex, cursing and violence occur to speak of and surprisingly inspirational, the film follows the teen pop star while he prepares for his sold-out concert at Madison Square Garden. Many people have an implicit cynicism for the teen idol, and with relatively good reason. Non-Belieber are likely to leave having a different view not only his talent, as well as his work ethic along with his family relationships.
A rare perspective, genuine, on Justin’s rise from street singer status to the Youtube phenomenon and, more recently, global superstar sold out concerts at Madison Square Garden. Cameras follow him step by step Justin Bieber in the 10 days preceding his show “sold out” in August 2010 from the Madison Square Garden. Original images with these ten days of concerts, rehearsals and fun with friends from childhood, with his mother and his entourage are interspersed with excerpts from home movies, old photos and interviews that show a child prodigy who love to sing. Justin came in sight of an agent in Atlanta that saw YouTube impressed and became international superstar Usher before 15 years old. Emphasizes how important his manager was in the growing social media, Justin’s professionalism and personality, the camera emphasizes his photogenic. Mother and his grandparents are exalted.
Viewers are introduced to Justin’s inner circle which includes his mother, manager, and stylist. These individuals guide and transform his private life to the complex world of worldwide super stardom. The narrative of the movie is emotionally gratifying for the audiences, particularly those who wish to enjoy a single song after another. The musical presentations are well choreographed and even permitted to shown in full, without having too many annoying cuts.
Being seen like a very costly VH1′s Behind-the-Music presentation, the major point of this musical documentary is perhaps all the early video clips of young Justin Bieber. Invaluable and adorable, and this is probably what will keep the fans wanting to watch it again. Ultimately, this movie is for his fans and they’re going to enjoy every minute of it. For anyone who is not a fan, it could be painful.
The hit “Baby” is dramatically by simply having all the hit pop songs from the 80s era pop hits epic (built and worked in a professional manner, with an army of people and fireworks) … Baby captures singer voice in a tone that will not never could sing (his voice has changed in the meantime). Here, in addition to classic vocal harmonies 50-60 years, a memorable chorus and repetitive rhythms teenage overlaps with Ludacris collaboration, specific item 1990 and 2000, spicy blend of pop music with rap. Lyrics is poor at times, but I’m sure this song will remain a classic representative hit 2010.
I am not the right person to review this documentary with the young Justin Bieber spectacular, full of classic clichés.
Justin Bieber is proof that you should not do cover band to copy and give another shot, and Romanians who pretend to want to sing in English could take lessons studying the lyrics of the album and sit on Google Search to find super -hits of bygone era where the authors were inspired by the works gathered here under the Never Say Never, lyrics that I remember all Anglo-Saxon pop ballads of the 60 and 80 … transposed the rhythms Backstreet Boys in the ’90s.
The 90s were the golden age of pop music bands promoted by boybands (Backstreet Boys, New Kids On The Block, N’Sync, Caught In The Act, etc..) And girlbands (Spice Girls, All Saints, ASIA, Pops … ah , apologized last two were with us in 2000) … the idea was that after a stage where solo stars of the 80 have reached a new level of success, the artists Stadium (George Michael, Madonna, Michael Jackson, etc. .), major record labels have been 90 years in promoting music groups that combine the idea of success, but forgotten harmony quartets in the 50′s (Barbershop quartet) with modern pop music developed. The new wave of stars proposed by the industry since the 2000s began to promote the new solo artists such as Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Lopez and Puff Daddy, Ricky Martin and Enrique Iglesias. In early 2010 I see a clear preference of the adults only celebrities increasingly younger (now I think Justin Bieber, Grayson Chance, Willow Smith, Jasmine Villegas, Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez).