Last weekend I went with a friend to see the movie Elizabethtown (as in Elizabethtown, Kentucky), starring Orlando Bloom and Kirsten Dunst and directed by Cameron Crowe. We both enjoyed it a lot. [The only part I didn't like was the character played by Susan Sarandon, but that character's role is minor.]
There was a good line toward the beginning, something to the effect of "The world isn't concerned with greatness, only success." (Don't take that as an exact quote; I didn't grab my notebook in the dark and write it down.) From there the movie explores success versus greatness, not in a cynical way but in a journey-toward-wisdom sort of way. And of course along the way there is humor and romance and poignant moments and good music. After reading some online reviews of the movie I'm not sure anyone else saw it this way or even liked it. But I liked it very much and so did my friend.