Justin Bieber: Believe

Theatrical Release: December 25, 2013
DVD Release: April 8, 2014
Justin Bieber: Believe


Directed by Jon M. Chu (GI Joe: Retaliation, Step Up 2 & 3, Justin Bieber Never Say Never), Believe features brand new interviews with Bieber and appearances from manager Scooter Braun, Usher Raymond, Rodney Jerkins, Ludacris, Mike Posner and many more. BELIEVE is produced by Justin Bieber, Scooter Braun, Usher Raymond and Bill O’Dowd. Garrett Grant is also a producer.

Dove Review

Each generation has their own interesting entertainer who’s star seems to shines above the others. In this era it is Justin Bieber. He is a favorite of young girls 5 to 30 and sometimes a little older. They love his music, his wonderful dark brown eyes and the boyish look. Even some young men like his music too. This is an intriguing documentary about this young man’s life and the people around him including his entourage.

Justin started at a young age with a little video on the Internet and now at 20 he is an international sensation. With his family and many fine people behind him, this film shows that it takes a lot to put on a tour or make an album. This documentary also takes the time to chat with Justin and those people in his inner circle about their thoughts and the changes that all of them have undergone.

Justin shares his thoughts and feelings about the things that have happened in his life but the important thing he wants all to know is to believe. Whether it is in yourself, a higher power or your goals, Justin says you need to stay positive and take the initiative into your own hands to fly with your dreams. We award “Justin Bieber’s Believe” the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12 and over.

Content Description

Sex: Dances with sexually suggestive moves; Dancers grabbing at their crotches
Language: OMG/MG-6; expletives are bleeped out and only once could I read his lips and it appeared to be "Oh Sh*t"
Violence: Justin's vehicle was attacked by fans; We also see him being surrounded by photographers
Drugs: None
Nudity: Cleavage; Men shirtless; Young ladies in bathing suits; Young dancers in tight fitting attire; Tank tops and muscle shirts; Girls and women with midriffs showing; Short shorts, Young man's top of underwear showing: Pants being worn below the waist
Other: Young people with many tattoos: Pressures of being a celebrity; Justin shares his thoughts about growing up.


Company: Open Road Films ll
Director: Jon M. Chu
Producer: Scooter Braun
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 92 min.
Industry Rating: PG
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe