Justin Bieber's Believe
Justin Bieber's Believe

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

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Entertainment Weekly - 9/10 by Adam Markovitz When the movie occasionally does confront its hero's foibles, its answers are disappointingly pat.
New York Times - 8/10 by Jon Caramanica Films like this work best when exalting is the task, and when it comes to displaying Mr. Bieber in his milieu - on stage - it shines.
Variety - 7/10 by 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.
Common Sense Media - 6/10 by Sandie Angulo Chen Earnest pop star docu should please true Beliebers.
Toronto Star - 6/10 by Ben Rayner Justin Bieber's Believe is exactly the movie you think it is, and that's fine.
RogerEbert.com - 6/10 by Sheila O'Malley It's for the fans. And on that level it works.
Uproxx - 5/10 by Heather Dockray There's nothing wrong with making a documentary about the Biebs, but you wish the filmmakers had thought a lot harder and dreamed a little bigger.
3AW - 5/10 by Jim Schembri Director Jon M Chu throws a few curlies at Bieber about fame, philanthropy, artistic integrity and the bum fluff growing in the space between his nose and his mouth where a mustache would normally go.
TheWrap - 5/10 by Todd Gilchrist "Believe" feels earnest but superficial, a next-chapter look at a star who hasn't come enough to terms with where he's come from to contemplate where he is, or where he's going.
Boston Globe - 5/10 by Marc Hirsh Where Bieber’s first concert documentary, 2011’s “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never,” chronicled his rise to fame, his new one is damage control.
Village Voice - 4/10 by Nick Murray This time around, we enter the now 19-year-old's world while he sits behind the piano, hitting a melody that's not nearly as memorable as the focused expression that we will see repeatedly throughout the movie.
Austin Chronicle - 4/10 by Marjorie Baumgarten It's the rare 19-year-old who's in a position to commission and co-produce a film about himself. Clearly, with this kind of involvement, we can hardly expect Justin Bieber's Believe to be an impartial document.

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