Justin Bieber is living my life.
Ok, not in a creepy “I-wish-fifteen-year-old-girls-would-hit-on-me” kind of way. But in a “he-is-so-famous” kind of way.
Yes y’all, I went and saw the Bieber movie tonight. When I walked up to the ticket counter all I had to say was, “The Justin Bieber movie please.” And ca-ching! I didn’t even have to say Never Say Never. Are you kidding me? That never happens. I have never walked up to a ticket counter and said, “The Angelina Jolie movie please” and had people know what I was talking about. I am telling you. This is Bieber’s world, and we are all just living in it.
Love him or hate him, Justin Bieber has got some serious talent. The movie starts off by showing a lot of home video of his childhood. He started singing and playing the drums the moment he was born. Ok, so maybe it was a little while after he was born, but he was rocking out at a young age.
The movie was filled with interviews with family, friends, and other people who have been involved in Justin’s progress. The movie flashed back and forth between interviews and the concert he performed at Madison Square Garden. Ok, here is a spoiler, but this just shocked me. They sold out Madison Square Garden in 22 minutes. That is just insane. Oh and keep in mind that he sold out after being in the spotlight for only about a year. INSANE!
Yeah, so I won’t see this again. And half of you reading this won’t go see it, but it was a good movie. And heck, it was rated-G. How many rated-G movies come out these days? All in all it was a good movie.
I am so gonna be famous some day. I’m pumped. My name is Justin. So I’m halfway there.
“Never” you say?
Never. Say. Never.