Nearly a decade after proving that lightning could indeed strike twice with Snatch
-- his giddy, reputation-cementing follow-up to the landmark Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
-- it would seem that Guy Ritchie is finally starting to grow up. Sure, he's still got a good pint of piss in him, but in the wake of such box-office disasters as Swept Away
, he seems to finally understand that sometimes it pays to exercise a bit of restraint. In the past, the frantic, highly stylized credit sequence that opens RocknRolla
would have been indicative of the rest of the movie, and Ritchie would probably have attempted to maintain...