So hopes Richard Dutcher, whose film "God's Army" virtually created LDS cinema after delighting audiences in 2000.
Dutcher, a frequent critic since then of LDS films, doesn't hate Mormon movies; he just expects more from them.
"I am a firm supporter of LDS filmmakers," Dutcher said, sitting in a conference room at his Main Street Movie Co. in Provo. "I want them to make better films than I am seeing."
He wants Mormon filmmakers to evolve and chronicle the majesty and power of LDS culture, history and doctrine, just as he tried with "God's Army," "Brigham City" and "States of Grace."