Will Smith is a comedian who is forever destined to have the phrase "No, not that one" following his name wherever he goes, unless he somehow becomes a hot box office star, something which is quite unlikely given that Hugh Grant has the posh, stumbling, floppy haired Englishman market all sewn up. Instead he's doing he's up in Edinburgh doing his second full length Fringe show entitled "10 Arguments I Should Have Won", a show in which Will gives us a set of arguments that he feels he should have won and asks the audience to decide; arguments such as "Going to See Lord of the Rings: Fellowship of the Ring 5 times is not a weird thing to do", "I should play King Kong" and the ever important "It was not a girl's bike".
While laughter is the order of the day during the show, the tales he's spinning are surprisingly tragic when you actually think about what he's telling you. He's slightly more confessional than he appears, not as much as his show last year, admittedly, although his Bergerac obsession resurfaces, not, alas, in the form of 6 Degrees of Bergerac, but in his desperate efforts to get the series released on DVD. He's a star and is probably the funniest geekily obsessive bloke from Jersey that I'll ever see.