Robbie's clearly got something to be proud of. As Britain's foremost popstar, he's got the world (except America) at his feet, and he's not afraid to show off about it. However, this film-intended to be a revealing insight into the way he works, shows hm up to be perhaps a little to self-obsessed for his own good. There are some genuinely moving parts of this film, Robbie's tear filled eyes as he realises how lucky he is to be alive as he was attacked on stage in Stuttgart, and the title song-written for this film-is a touching piece as well. There's some great footage of him on stage-proving why he's so good, there's some hilarious bits as well, so it's well worth buying, just be prepared for occasionally wishing he'd shut up and get on with things....who knows, maybe he'll be Nobody Someday-he ought to enjoy being Somebody Today in my view.