Justin Bieber’s Believe (Two-Disc (Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD with UltraViolet))
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Behind the headlines, beyond the spotlight… lies Justin's real story. Get to know Justin Bieber as only the lucky few do – honest, funny and totally captivating – through incredible performances and exclusive interviews with the star himself. This is the compelling documentary that goes backstage to reveal Justin's real story: his insights on evolving as an artist, the relationships that matter most to him, and what it's like to come of age in the spotlight. It also includes thrilling never-before-seen concert footage, unprecedented behind-the-scenes access and special appearances from manager Scooter Braun, Pattie Mallette and many more.
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Well, like most, I stand corrected. I'm a 65 year old grandmother with grandsons the same age as Justin. And I'm a music lover. With two older sisters, I grew up on Elvis, then the Beatles, then Michael Jackson, though ultimately I became a die-hard blues fan. Out of pure curiosity, I rented Justin's 'Believe' DVD, directed by Jon Chu, the other night. And man, what a delightful surprise.
Plain and simple, Justin Bieber works his ass off, not just on stage, but behind the scenes as well. He's a hands-on producer for his own shows, a song writer and plays piano, guitar and drums. I grew up in a music family where everyone had to play an instrument and trust me it takes practice, practice, practice to hone your art, which takes a lot of time each week. Justin plays 3 instruments plus sings and dances, which in and of itself is dozens of hours each week in choreography, practice, stretching, training and rehearsing.
Much of the movie is an account of Justin's life on the road (so far), all the hard work that goes into his shows with some 1500 employees, and how involved he is in the outcome of each production. You can clearly see Usher's influence on Justin in his rhythm, blues, soul, and dancing. (For those of you who don't know, Usher discovered Justin, and is his mentor and Scooter Braun is his manager) Yet, looking a little more closely at Justin on stage one comes to also see the influence of Elvis, Michael Jackson and John Lennon. When Justin was on stage, there were times when I saw the spirit of these other famous entertainers shine through. And having lived through all those generations it was easy to see the multiple influences.
Big kudo's to Justin's mom as well. As a single mother myself, I know how grueling it can be to raise children alone never mind a super star musical genius. In spite of the latter, and contrary to public opinion, this kid is very well grounded, kind, thoughtful and caring. And that my friends starts with the love, support and involvement of good parenting, being surrounded by positive people and grounded management.
Justin was only 19 when this film was made. From what I can tell, he's on the right track, not just musically, but spiritually as well. His music is aimed at a younger audience because he's a young guy but it's clear in the movie that this guy has a long illustrious future ahead of him. I'm no fortune teller but my guess is that he will not be taking the same path that led to the shortened lives of Elvis or Michael. I for one hope to live long enough to see what his next moves will be for decades to come.
Very impressed, movie was well done (kudos Jon Chu), Justin is a super star, not just because he's adorable and millions of girls are fainting worldwide when they see him, but because he works hard at it every single day. And that is his message in the movie. Believe. If you believe you can achieve, then you will. If you have an attitude of gratitude, then you will succeed. But it does take dedication, long hours and hard work, no matter which career path you choose for your life. Keep up the good work, Justin. To his mom, Scooter Braun, and Usher, a job very well done.
And with a new update - Justin, your new look and kindness within is clearly shining outwardly. My mother lived her life and work by this motto: Have you had a kindness shown? Pass it on. T'was not given for you alone. Pass it on. Let it travel down the years, let it wipe another's tears, Till in heaven the deed appears, Pass it on. And that JB is exactly what you are doing for your millions of fans. I look forward to watching you grow and evolve as an artist and as a man... and living a very long successful life. Pass it on! Please add me to the list of Beliebers!
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surprisingly it did not make me gag and was a decent story
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