“Les Mis” is about the acceptance of Christ in one’s life, turning a bad man into a good man. That was surely the best movie since The Passion of the Christ. Did not watch O’Reilly’s “Killing Jesus” but suspect that may have been a worthy show.
I think friend Arbitrary, above, errs in blaming a good movie for spawning the mediocre; that is more a function of Hollywood mores, the inability to distinguish right from wrong. And even the examples cited in that post are only failures in the sense of motion picture art, not of the cultural rot implicit in Andy’s observation in the comic.