At Patheos, John Mark Reynolds writes:

Here is an even greater hope that the second-raters do not produce a flood of treacle, sappy moralism, of the sort found in so many Christian films. Good people deserve great films, novels, and art. They are dishonored by second rate artistic goods.  My grandparents were interesting people with stories to tell. They lived imperfect but decent lives. Great artists do not glorify their lives, instead turning to the beats and the degenerates who built nothing and consumed everything.
Somebody should tell their story.