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In Kristy's review of Katy Perry: Part of Me, she states that, "it's impossible not to be pulled in by her inspiring tale of self-discovery and tenacity." From the trailer for the 3D film, I'd believe that. The biggest draw for the movie - beyond the performances and music - may be learning the story of how Katy Perry exploded onto the pop music scene, going on to capture people's attention, as much with her performance and fashion style as she does with her catchy songs. Success doesn't happen overnight and it rarely comes easily. The clip we have to show you from the film, which arrives in theaters in just a couple of days, seems to emphasize that.

Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D is described as a "front row seat and intimate look at the fun, glamorous, heartbreaking, inspiring, crazy, magical, passionate, and honest mad diary of Katy." All of those adjectives could be used to describe what we see in the clip below (courtesy of iTunes), which shows some of the highs and some less happy looking moments in Perry's career.

I think my favorite bit is when Perry seems to be willing herself to "act professional." If the mantra means to act less unique, adorable and entertaining than she normally is, I hope it doesn't work.

"If you can believe in something great, I feel like you can achieve something great," Perry can be heard saying. It certainly seems like those are words she's lived by. A decade ago, we'd never heard of her. This Thursday, a movie about her life releases into theaters. That alone may be enough to inspire fans, but from what we've seen of the film in the trailer and this clip, it seems her journey may offer even more inspiration.

Katy Perry: Part of Me 3D arrives in theaters July 5, 2012. More information, photos and video can be found in our Blend Film Database.

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