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Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience

By Sandie Angulo Chen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 7+

Young Jonas fans will adore the Brothers' concert flick.

Movie G 2009 76 minutes
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age 8+

Based on 11 parent reviews

age 8+

As rubbish as their music and shows

I was expecting nothing good from this movie,since I don't like TJB's music or their shows. Well,guess what? This movie was just like I expected it to be:Rubbish! Don't even bother with this. Acting? Awful! Singing? Awful! Music? Don't even get me started! My kids (my 7-13 who watched this)give this movie 1.5 stars. I give it 0 but I have to give it 1 star as I can't give it any less than that! What my kids say: Awful! AWFUL! AWFUL!!!!!! My kids give this movie a thumb down. I give this movie 25 thumbs down.
age 7+


Again, my 4 and 7 year olds loved it! We went shopping one dreary afternoon for "boring stuff" as they call it. I can swear that when they saw the marquee that said that the Jonas Brothers movie was playing, they got so excited! Even Joseph, Kaylee, and Kya went in, and Railegh and Alexis loved it, naturally. Alexis and her started bouncing and screaming when Kevin and Joe were shirtless! Luckily it wasn't too crowded, and nobody seemed to mind, but strange... but I guess my daughters liked it!

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Kids say (30):

It might sound ridiculous, but this is basically a Disney-fied, 2009 version of Led Zeppelin's The Song Remains the Same. Both follow an insanely popular group's performance at Madison Square Garden. Both provide very limited glimpses into the musicians' personal lives. And both cater to the bands' huge fanbases. But instead of loopy '70s fantasy sequences, the Jonases stage a music video in Central Park dressed like Gatsby partygoers. Instead of providing the soundtrack to which a generation got, ahem, "Dazed and Confused," the Jonases sing catchy, inoffensive pop tunes girls 6 to 16 everywhere adore. The real difference is that 30 years from now there probably won't be hardcore Jonas Brothers fans to keep this unremarkable concert film in circulation.

Fans Burnin' Up for the boys should be prepared that there's absolutely nothing gossip-worthy in this "documentary" -- unless the sight of Lovato or Swift on stage with the brothers, or for that matter, a peek at Kevin's chest hair, is enough to make you shriek. Think of this event flick as merely a way for the 99-percent of Jonas Brothers devotees who couldn't buy tickets to finally see their concert. Parents should also be prepared -- take earplugs to the theater.

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