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Justin Bieber: Never Say Never on Blu-Ray + DVD

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never on Blu-Ray + DVD - Reviewed by Kidzworld on May 12, 2011
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never is a classic story about having a dream and making it happen. Whether you like JB or not, this movie will inspire you to start making your dreams reality! Justin Bieber: Never Say Never is out on DVD + Blu-Ray May 13.

From YouTube to Your TV Screen

Justin Bieber: Never Say Never follows Justin from the very beginning, when he started posting videos of himself singing and making music on YouTube to his sold-out concert at Madison Square Garden. It also introduces you to the VIPs that helped him out along the way: his manager, Scooter Braun, his mom, Pattie, and his mentor, Usher.

Travel Back in Time

OK, so it’s not like you’ll be journeying back to a prehistoric era, but this movie takes you back to Justin’s roots – to his hometown of Stratford, Ontario, Canada, and to actual home footage shot when he was a tiny tot. You also get to meet his BFFs from childhood – guys he still hangs out with when he’s not on tour. But the most surprising thing you’ll get from this movie is: Justin really IS just a regular guy. He eats pizza, watches football and, well, just generally lives the dream.

Video: Drums

 

 


 

 

Video: Hair

 

 

Special Features

  • Concert Dance-Off
  • Favorite Girl
  • R.I.P. Hair Flip

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real crystal water
I LOVE JB! and one of his quotation is that ''haters are just confused admirers" that's...
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zainah3

zainah3 wrote:

I like the song Boyfriend better
commented: Thu Oct 10, 2013

EmoSkittleGirl
I wanna watch this. I don't care if you hate Jb lol.. I just wanna see it.
commented: Thu Oct 10, 2013

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