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Thomas Gibson

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About the Movie

Biebermania! Tells the story of the meteoric rise of singing sensation Justin Bieber. From his first YouTube video, where he was discovered by manager Scooter Braun, to his meeting with Usher, who launched Bieber into a career as a platinum-selling recording artist and concert phenomenon, this is a fascinating look at the making of a pop superstar and the fans who adore him.


Customer Reviews


This is a poorly put together documentary with barely ANY actual footage of Bieber. I bought it for my daughter because she's a Bieber fanatic but if you're looking for footage of Bieber that isn't in Never Say Never this isn't the place to find it. This is mostly interviews with people loosely associated with Bieber (or not at all) and fails miserably based on what the trailer says about "It will blow your mind" - unless your mind is blown by poorly framed shots of storefronts in Stratford, ON where Bieber "may" have hung out one time, or interviews with people who have never actually met him but have an opinion about why he is successful. I give this a ZERO out of five. RIPOFF.

Not cool

Even though im a belieber this is stupid cause its an unautorized biography so u want a documentary take Never say Never


I love Justin bieber and I was very disappointed after watching this. Most of the facts are wrong, when they talk about scooter Braun (justins manager) they put a picture of his brother (Adam Braun) this was such a waste. If u want a real biography of never say never NOT this!!