Lovely documentary but if you're not a Bieber fan it's probably not for you. As a Belieber it covered everything it needed to and at points it genuinely felt like you were at a concert as well as emotional interviews with the Biebs himself.
If your child wants to watch this movie I would suggest you think twice. CSM doesn't know what they're talking about when they say, "no language", 'cause the movie contains a scene where Justin cusses out the paparazzi.
Teen, 16 years oldWritten bySodaDogJanuary 9, 2014
Oh look, another family targeted movie turned into trainwreck.
The ratings board have really got it wrong this time, this should be PG-13! First of all, Justin Bieber cusses out at the paparazzi which really ruins the image; imagine the look at your child's face with the bleeped-out profanity coming from his mouth. Second, Common Sense FAILED to list the word "Bltch" when Justin Bieber sings "Beauty and a Beat"! Looks like Justin Bieber will turn into that trainwreck known as Madam Cyrus if he continues to be like this.
This movie rocks!!!!!! There are many positive messages about believing in yourself, which also makes Justin a good role model. Justin is shown shirtless on stage and some of the lyrics are suggestive. There is a very sad scene in which Avalanna dies. There is also a scene with some bleeped language. Justin Bieber is a huge brand for this movie. Nicki Minaj says the word b**ch and says "Hit em with the ether" in "Beauty and a Beat." It is fine for tweens and teens.