Bieber’s movie gives real films a run for their money

Okay, maybe calling an Adam Sandler movie a “real film” is stretching things a little, but you’d still expect it to do better than anything a pop star put out in the same week.  Nonetheless, Valentine’s Day weekend was rocked by Justin Bieber’s Never Say Never, a concert documentary that opened at theatres nationwide over the weekend.  Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston did manage to cling to the number one spot at the box office with Just Go with It, but only by a margin of less than a million dollars, which in Hollywood terms is nothing.  Justin’s documentary is set to become one of the most-watched documentaries of all time.  That’s where our culture has ended up, people.