Depending on your opinion of the pint-sized Canadian pop sensation, this music documentary charting his explosive rise to fame will either be an Oscar-worthy masterpiece or pure unadulterated horror.
Discovered as a crooning nipper on YouTube by astute manager Scooter Braun, Bieber has become an international megastar in the space of just a couple of years, the very mention of his name having the power to turn pre-teen girls into snotty, tear-streaked wrecks.
This behind-the-scenes look at his preparations to play New York’s prestigious Madison Square Gardens is actually less painful to non-fans than it sounds and offers a passably interesting account of his social media-assisted rise to fame.
Flanked at all times by his entourage, which includes his yummy single mummy Pattie Mallette and endearingly down-to-earth vocal coach Jan Smith, there’s a sense that, beneath the haircut, there’s not really much to know about Master Bieber.
Perhaps the biggest revelation is that JB is a genuine musical talent, the most convincing proof being footage of him capably playing drums with a jazz band.