Justin Bieber's Believe

Justin Bieber's Believe

A backstage and on-stage look at Justin Bieber during his rise to super stardom.

The sequel to Never Say Never continues to focus on Bieber's rise to international fame as he embarks on his Believe Tour. In new interviews with Bieber, the movie reveals long-awaited answers to questions about his passion to make music. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Kace C (ru) wrote: Breaking the Girls [US, 2013] Crazy twists, crazy characters. 3/10

Emily C (kr) wrote: DT again great in a role and brillient writing from jessica - very good film

Richard G (de) wrote: Ti West (The House of The Devil has made a film with marvelous sense of time and space, seemingly empty of purpose yet steadily building tension as three friendds go out in the woods to hunt Deer...only to become the hunted themselves,good film from an up and coming talented Director.

Garwin S (au) wrote: Interesting French-made moral fable about the army's role in the Algerian war.

Gary S (kr) wrote: Think Barney the pink dinosaur is a more convincing dinosaur. Acting and special effects were terrible. Got all the usual cliches: lots of macho, military types and the attractive, female scientist who is trying to get them to be more restrained.

Dann M (gb) wrote: Never Say Never Again is no Thunderball. Sean Connery reprises the role of James Bond one last time for this unofficial remake of the EON Bond film Thunderball. The new cast includes some impressive talent, such as Kim Basinger and Max von Sydow, but their performances are rather poor and they don't really do anything new with the characters. There's still a good amount of action and adventure in Never Say Never Again, but it's a pale imitation of a Bond film.

Noel V (ru) wrote: Flip witty fun. Based on the story by Robert Sheckley, the film is a stylish satire on organized violence as spectator sport. Love Mastroianni in this--he just sells the charm, the boyishness and vulnerability that helps undermine Andress' resolve. Love all the little details, from the hip bar where Andress kills her ninth victim to the outrageous costumes Andress wears (one of which Besson probably ripped off for The Fifth Element) to the temple of sun worshipers with its revolving rotten-vegetable shield. Maybe best joke of all is how seductive the premise is--if Hitler were a hunter, could we have avoided World War 2?

Kevin M W (de) wrote: Sir Alec Guinness does a remarkable job indeed playing an entire family (!) slated for revenge after disowning a member who simply marries for love rather than position but this really is the underrated Dennis Price's film as the suave and genteel soul of her revenge ... served cold. The heat herein comes from the ever deliciously sultry Joan Greenwood as his destined soulmate and only match.

Carlos M (mx) wrote: I hope this is not Loach's final film as it has been rumored, a solid drama that takes the easy way but shows in an honest manner how in all times religion has been a hindrance to knowledge and pleasure, as embodied here by Jim Norton in a strong, nuanced performance.

Olivier D (fr) wrote: I bought this movie because of Jean-Claude Van Damme and I liked it not only because of his performance. Jean-Claude Van Damme has now proved that he could be a good actor on top of his usual martial art skills : Legionnaire, Replicant, Wake of Death and of course JCVD. This movie is also another proof that despite a weak plot, he has a real added value to a movie. This movie does contain very few martial art scenes but rather war situations. Although most of them are not very credible I did not really care and enjoyed the show. For information, Moldavia is an ex-country that is today separated between Romania, Ukraine and Moldova.

Timothy M (us) wrote: Disappointingly flat-footed Rathbone/Bruce entry in Universal's Sherlock Holmes run. There are some moments that are very strong (the monster, although chintzy, is quite surreal for such a stock-standard studio pic), and the plot is good, but Rathbone appears to be [i]too[/i] disengaged, and the thing just plods along for no good reason.