Do we really want to view an inspiring film about good human beings? Even before the invention of film John Milton embedded in "Paradise Lost" that evil was a more compelling subject than good. The Devil hogged all the attention.
What I got out of those two extraordinary films is that I gotta live by my wits. The hell with what we might have learned in pricey degree programs and in our first few jobs. Instead we have to put together a game that will earn us a good living, be fun, and not involve too much heavy lifting. It must, of course, be legal. Few of us ordinary kind could make it through prison time.
Seniors in college might have been so affected by the films that they will toss plans to go on for another degree and just use their wits to make a buck. It that doesn't work out, the college degree could be a fall-back position. But they shouldn't count on it.