Justin Bieber: Never Say Never

Theatrical Release: February 11, 2011
DVD Release: May 13, 2011
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never


This documentary follows Justin Bieber with some footage of performances from his 2010 concert tour.

Dove Review

This G-rated family-friendly film showcases the truth that a movie can be entertaining and yet remain wholesome. The movie should appeal to a variety of viewers, teens with teen girls especially being the loyal repeat patrons, and parents who desire to share a movie that the entire family can watch without being concerned about strong content. And also those who enjoy seeing a young man with amazing talent who sings, plays the piano and drums and writes songs to boot.

In fact, this is a story of perseverance. During the course of the movie we see Justin Bieber fight an infected throat just as Madison Square Garden looms only days away. This is a story of determination and discipline and loyalty to one’s talents. This movie is a fun, feel-good movie which the entire family can enjoy together. And there is a lot of music and concert footage for those who enjoy Justin’s music. This is quite a film and it is family friendly all the way. Don’t miss this one!

Content Description

Sex: None but young girls are obsessed with Justin and declare they love him and want to marry him and it is also said that he "is hot"; someone says something about stop making out.
Language: Six OMG's are said by hysterical girls; a "liquid poop" comment.
Violence: A few girls rush the stage and are stopped by musicians and security.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Shirtless male; mild cleavage.
Other: Prayer in Jesus' name; prayer offered for Justin.


Company: Paramount
Director: Jon Chu
Producer: Scooter Braun
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 105 min.
Industry Rating: G
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter