Justin Bieber - Never Say Never rating info

Justin Bieber - Never Say Never

Overall A-

Justin Bieber fans can follow their favorite teen singer behind the scenes of his 2010 Never Say Never tour as well as see footage from his early life in this 3D movie experience.

Violence A
Sexual Content A-
Profanity B
Substance Use A

Why is Justin Bieber - Never Say Never rated G? The MPAA rated Justin Bieber - Never Say Never G

Run Time: 105 minutes

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Why is Justin Bieber - Never Say Never rated G? Justin Bieber - Never Say Never is rated G by the MPAA

Violence: The cast engages in various forms of friendly horseplay.

Sexual Content: Bieber removes his shirt on several occasions. One of his mother’s low cut tops reveals some cleavage. Background singers briefly grab at their crotch during a musical number.

Language: The script contains less than a dozen terms of Diety. Beiber also uses two mild bathroom terms to describe the taste of a nutrition drink.

Alcohol / Drug Use: None noted despite the studio disclaimer.

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Province Rating Rating Descriptor
British Columbia G
Alberta G
Manitoba G
Ontario G
Quebec G
Martimes G
Canadian Home Video G

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Cast and Crew

Justin Bieber - Never Say Never is directed by Jon Chu and stars Justin Beiber.

Home Video

The most recent home video release of Justin Bieber - Never Say Never movie is August 23, 2011. Here are some details…

Home Video Notes: Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut (2-disc DVD and Digital Copy)

Release Date: 23 August 2011

Exclusively available through Target stores, Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut is director Jon M. Chu’s extended version of the original theatrical film. (It is the version that appeared during the last week of the film short theatrical run.) It offers an additional 34 minutes of footage featuring more of Justin’s personal life, new songs, extra performances of “Baby” and fan reactions to the initial movie. The 2-disc DVD (with digital copy) are packaged in a collectible keepsake box, along with a limited edition Justin Bieber: Never Say Never necklace. The set include:

Disc One:

- Justin Bieber: Never Say Never Director’s Fan Cut

Disc Two:

- Evolution Of A Tour:  A behind-the-scenes look at the Justin Bieber’s My World Tour.

- Day Of The Concert:  Follow Justin as he prepares for the concert.

- More Less Lonely Girls:  Justin sings to fans across the country.

- Life On The Road:  A peek at Justin’s daily life.

- Sound Check Parties:  A look at the pre-show parties.

- The Dougie:  A montage of Justin and Team Bieber doing their Dougie-dances.

- The Rocket Ship Girls:  A closer look at some of Justin’s biggest fans.

- Can You Sing “Baby”?:  Justin performs “Baby” for golden ticket-winning fans.

- White Chocolate Interview:  Justin hangs out with friends.

- The Director:  Jon M. Chu discusses bringing Justin’s life to the big screen.

Digital Copy

Home Video Notes: Justin Bieber - Never Say Never

Release Date: May 13, 20011

Justin Bieber - Never Say Never releases to DVD and Blu-ray on May 13, 2011. The Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy Combo Pack includes:

- Concert Dance-Off – Justin and his crew showcase their incredible dance moves

- Favorite Girl – Live performance from Madison Square Garden

- Giving Back – An extended look at Justin’s team surprising lucky fans with free concert tickets

- R.I.P. Hair Flip – The cameras were rolling when Justin cut his famous hair

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