Finally, Guy Ritchie has directed another good one worthy of holding on to. I finally took in Rocknrolla from my NetFlix cue. It is wonderful British crime entertainment, full of the usual underworld plot-twisting, vivid characters, and slow-motion/quick cut editing that are the trademarks of the newly ex-Mr. Madonna. While his films aren't in the league of hard classics like 1971's Get Carter, the director of Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels and Snatch is still the one I want to hear from for my London gangster fix. Likely, both his return to form and divorce from the Material Girl are valued equally here (likely correlated, too), and across the pond. Now, I can't wait for his next release later in the year: the Ritchie-directed Sherlock Holmes (with Robert Downey, Jr.).