Justin Bieber was a young kid from Canada with a talent that no one knew about but his family, when he grew up, and became a teenager, he posted some videos on the internet showing the world what he can do, and the kid was discovered. Now, Justin Bieber is one of the most famous, most talented teenage singers in the world.
Follow your favorite artist in his life journey brought to you in real footage taken from the young star through his life since he was a little boy until he became the superstar you all know and love…
Justin Bieber: Never Say Never in theaters next January.. And it’s going to be in 3D..
This documentary tells the story of the Rose City Rollers, the Portland, Oregon’s women’s roller derby league. This documentary was filmed for more than four years, where the players of the team were followed by the crew that documented everything you need to know about derby life in the eyes of Rose City Rollers. In their own words, the Rose City Rollers tell how roller derby saved their souls.
Brutal Beauty: Tales Of The Rose City Rollers In theaters: September 17th, 2010
Filmmaker Roger Nygard will take you in his own journey to follow the question that has been on his mind for years, Why do we exist?? he wrote on the official site of the documentary about his journey:
Why do we exist and what are we supposed to do about it? Â What started the Universe and was it a mistake? Â Does God exist and why does he seem so interested in our sex lives?
I wrote the toughestÂ 85 questions I could think of, about our purpose and the nature of existence, and then asked hundreds of people all over the globe, such as: Indian holy man Sri Sri Ravi Shankar (The Art of Living), evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins (The God Delusion), 24th generation Chinese Taoist Master Zhang Chengda, Stanford physicist Leonard Susskind (co-discoverer of string theory), wrestler Rob Adonis (founder of Ultimate Christian Wrestling), confrontational evangelist Brother Jed Smock, novelist Orson Scott Card (Enderâ€™s Game), director Irvin Kershner (Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back), Stonehenge Druids Rollo Maughfling & King Arthur Pendragon and many moreâ€¦ How wouldÂ YOUÂ answer?
Honestly, i’ve always been interested in these questions, that’s why i keep reading about different religions from all around the world, from people who believe we are clones from scientists from another planet, to Islam, Judaism and Christianity, i have to admit that non of them until now answered all of my questions, and i really doubt that any of them ever will, but it’s interesting to see how people from all over the world want the same thing, something to believe in.
So if you’re interested in this subject, make sure to catch The Nature Of Existence which will be In theaters: June 18th, 2010
This is not another animated movie, Sleeping Beauty is a documentary that shows what goes on behind the scenes at Disney Studios, the effort, magic, and absolute talent that took this company from a very bad period of producing movies that weren’t even considered as good, to producing the most amazing, most successful animated movies ever, which actually changed the face of animation forever.. Countless hours, sleepless nights, and the best of the best team joined together to make this magic possible, it’s not all easy and happy, it’s the hardest thing you can ever go through…
Babies is a documentary about four babies born in different parts of the world, as the babies grow, cameras captured some of the most amazing footage you’ll ever see, from Tokyo to Mongolia to Namibia to San Francisco, you’ll witness the different lifestyles of babies around the world in a way that you’ve never seen it before. At the end of the movie, you’ll figure out one thing, that babies are babies no matter how, no matter when, the purity, the joy, the playfulness of a baby is similar all over the world..
Michael Jackson’s This Is It, the dream that the King Of Pop wanted to share with the world, but in a different way. Michael Jackson before his sudden death was preparing for the greatest show that any artist could ever do. The man behind the magic we grew up with, from Thriller, to his latest This is It got back into his lab and was creating magic once again. But sadly he couldn’t see his final dream come true when he was alive, but the people behind the scenes actually made it true after the King passed away. This is It the movie, is a never before seen footage of the King Of Pop rehearsing for his last concert, to be honest with you, i never thought that anyone, not even Michael Jackson can do what i saw in the movie. I watched the movie three times in the cinema, and i felt so bad that i couldn’t watch it even more. In the movie, you don’t just see an artist working, no, he’s a like an inventor, creating new things every second, making things that no one ever did before, and trust me it’s not about the effects and technology used in the show, it’s the man himself. You see a 50 year old man dancing, jumping, singing, makingÂ jokes, and being a real boss at the same time, and what amazed me is that 50 year old man, was smoother, more energetic, and much more exciting than dancers half his age. If you didn’t have the chance to watch the movie, you can get it on DVD and Bluray, which contains more footage, more interviews, and more Michael.