Guy Ritchie will never make a "nice" movie.
The 'Sherlock Holmes' director likes his films to have action and conflict so will never play it safe.
He said: "I have decided that 'nice' can ruin a movie. A nice theme about something nice with people being nice towards one another is just boring.
"But why is 'nice' so unattractive within the world of film? Because there's no conflict, and movies thrive on conflict and contrast. I must add that I've only been sitting on this theory for two hours.
"It's in development in my mind. Ultimately, what you want is a conspiracy of elements: a good strong narrative, powerful characters, rich dialogue and the aesthetic."
Guy also admits he forgets the storylines to his movies.
He said: "I completely forget that I've done them. So if they're ever they're on, I'm unaware that I had anything to do with them."