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The concert wasn't bad at all. I'm going to assume there was alot of lip syncing like his founder. But that's what you get when you want a show. To the main point...the cd. The cd unlike the live movie is not as good. I would say the sound of the songs in the movie was much much better then the studio versions. Kid has talent as long as all the controls are dialed in correctly. You can def. tell when the sound man isnt doing his job. 3 stars for the studio versions. Need the live versions!
This album doesn't have many songs, but for the songs it does have,I'd definitely recommend it. I am a teenage girl, but I don't only like him for his looks! He has got a great voice and deserves his fame! He started out small, making YouTube videos, and made his rise to fame. He has a great voice and definitely one of my favorite singers out there. He has a high voice, but he uses it well. I am also a big fan of the movie! I think it's fun to go behind the scenes and just see what he is like off the stage. My favorite song on this album is "Never Say Never (feat. Jaden Smith)" Jaden adds something fun to the track, and really makes the song!
After being discovered by both Usher and Justin Timberlake in 2007 (but ultimately chose Usher), Justin Bieber rose to fame in mid-late 2009. Since then, he has recorded 2 EPs, one acoustic album, and after less than one and a half years later, a 3D movie, Never Say Never, is made about him. Like its predecessors, The Jonas Brothers’ The Jonas Brothers: 3D Concert Experience and Miley Cyrus’ Hannah Montana & Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert, it is a concert documentary, meaning it is a documentary about their life and rise to stardom, and features part of a concert they were performing in. Justin Bieber recorded a new set of songs that are exclusive to the soundtrack, and are subsequently featured in the movie. The songs have some big names featured, including Jaden Smith, Rascal Flatts, Usher (of course), Chris Brown, Miley Cyrus, and Raekwon. They each were paid (probably) huge amounts of money to have a part in this film, and many names you wouldn’t expect (Raekwon and Rascal Flatts) are featured. I do not know what it is about these concert documentaries. They usually don’t have a good enough reputation or good enough reviews to have much of an impact. For example, The Jonas Brothers’ movie sucked, and was given a 23% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Miley Cyrus’s movie was slightly better, and received a 71% rating. However, Justin Bieber’s movie, although slightly better than The Jonas Brothers’, received a 65% rating, and a 2/4 star average rating. The movie was just crappy, and the soundtrack was crappier. Not recommended.