Reviews for Justin BieberÂ’s Never Say Never 3-D movie are in and it looks relatively good for Justin. Needless to say with the immense group of Beliebers who have been infected with Bieber Fever, audience ratings for Never Say Never 3-D are higher than critics ratings for the film.
Anyhow, letÂ’s get down to the nitty gritty: what did this person or that person say about Justin BieberÂ’s first film. Well, Rotten TomatoesÂ’ critics gave the film an average rating of 62% while audience members gave the film a relative high 73% in the enjoyment area. MovieFone had their viewers giving Never Say Never 3-D an astounding 93% based on 385 votes while 54% of 7 critics (thatÂ’s like 3 and then some) had a favorable review.
Chicago Sun-Times gave it 3 stars and stated, Â“What the movie doesnÂ’t do is give us even a glimpse of an unsanitized, realistic, non-Â“live your dreamÂ”-platitude teenage boyÂ… For now, this engaging product endorsement will have to do.Â”
Freep.com gave the movie a worse review. Roger Moore stated, Â“But will we ever see the real Justin Bieber, up close and personal? Never say never, kids, but that won't come until this fever subsides. For now, Never Say Never is about as revealing as a Canadian snowmobile suit.Â”
Rebecca Macatee of PopEater found Justin BieberÂ’s Never Say Never 3-D to be more heartwarming. The movie showcased tidbits of JustinÂ’s life via home movie clips and introduces the audience to those closes to him including his mother and manager. Macatee stated, Â“Â…whether you're an avid fan or a cynical non-Belieber, 'Never Say Never' is an insightful, uplifting look at the world's biggest teen phenomenon.Â”
So, as always youÂ’ll have one person saying one thing and another person saying another thing. In the end, itÂ’ll be up to you to decide whether or not Justin BieberÂ’s Never Say Never 3-D was worth the $10 you shelled out to see it. However, early reviews from audience members fortunate enough to attend early screenings look good.
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