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Ultimate Life [Blu-ray]

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This touching story of faith and family values is the follow-up to the heartwarming film and best seller The Ultimate Gift. After receiving life changing gifts from his grandfather Jason Stevens finds himself in need of guidance once again. Jason's billion dollar foundation is being challenged in a courtroom battle which complicates his relationship with his soul mate. When it looks like he may lose it all, he finds his grandfather's journal. With everything he loves hanging in the balance he embarks on a journey into the past through the journal to learn what it means to live...THE ULTIMATE LIFE.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Blu-ray, DTS Surround Sound, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English (DTS 5.1)
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    PG
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox
  • DVD Release Date: December 10, 2013
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (362 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00FL2F2UK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,487 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By mk VINE VOICE on December 21, 2013
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Michael Landon Jr.(MLJ) delivers the next part of the Ultimate Gift. Based on Jim Stovall's successful novel, this movie emphasizes the importance of family and love over just money as seen through the saga of a rags to riches grandfather and the recipient of his riches, his grandson.

I am a newbie to this series, having not read the book or seen the movie; however, I had no problem following the tale and the obvious message. The grandson(this time played by handsome Logan Bartholomew- who has done other MLJ movies) is under pressure trying to run Grandpa's(James Garner- seen briefly via video) company. His courtship with the love of his life(again played by Ali Hillis- she remains me of Amy Grant) hits a roadblock of conflict as she needs more and decides to head to Haiti to work as a nurse.

The grandson flounders trying to keep balance in his life and to value what's really important. He receives from long time family friend(another great veteran actor- Bill Cobbs) his granddad's journal. Here, the story flashes back and relates the deceased patriarch's story- a Carnegie success of rising out of poverty by hard work ethic and determination. We see the young man through thick and thin including hopping a freight train, working menial jobs but making an impression(with Peter Fonda), a brief scene of fighting in WWII and trying to strike it rich in the oil fields with neglected family in tow.

All along, we know what's going to happen; there are no great revelations here, typical for this genre; although, I have to give MLJ a lot of credit for tying all these time periods and changing actors together, and doing it quite well for a pretty limited budget(I believe~3 million). The filming is well done, and the actors solid enough.
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Fabulous feel-good movie! Loved it! Very family friendly! Great sequel to The Ultimate Gift. This would make for a great Friday family movie night!
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this is a family movie and it's great to watch. I have the ultimate gift movie as well. people get so caught up in the material things and money and thinks that's makes someone happy. these movies both show that happiness is not money, power or fame it's the people who you have in your life and in your corner that will stick by you no matter what. a little story; some friends of ours has 2 kids they both worked all the time never spending time with there kids. gave the kids everything they wanted, cars, money, clothes...etc they didn't have to work for anything. both kids have never went to college lives from house to house wherever someone will let them stay no money nothing and these kids are about to be in there 30's. they always ask us how we are so close to our kids and how did we get them to be successful. answer; they had to work for what they wanted it wasn't handed to them so we spent time teaching how to get and keep what you have and that the most important thing it's not how much you have, it's how happy are you.
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This is a sequel from the movie "The Ultimate Gift", which was about personal work ethics and having honest character. This is movie is about success isn't just about money, it's about having relationships and leaving behind a legacy of love.
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I enjoyed this movie and liked getting to know the characters before the time of The Ultimate Gift. I can't say I enjoyed it as much as The Ultimate Gift, though as that movie totally blew me away. Don't get discouraged because of that. For anyone who wants to know more about The Ultimate Gift story, I totally recommend this movie.
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We first watched "The Ultimate Gift" which is a prelude movie to this sequel. Both are EXCELLENT. The person playing Jason is different in each movie, however, most of the characters are the same actors in both movies so you feel reunited when you watch the second movie. Wonderful acting and story line. Absolutely NO swearing or sex (very clean for every member of the family) but will still hold everyone's attention. I absolutely loved Drew Waters acting in this movie - he did a superb job. It leaves you feeling great and with a little something to think about in your own life. Highly recommended for the whole family. We hope there is a third movie in this series (or more, if possible). Directed by Michael Landon, Jr. who is an amazing director (he also directed the "Love Comes Softly" Series, which we love, and watch it over and over - a must see Faith Based Series).
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Love it- Great family film that displays great values- wished it was the same actor as the first for the main character- still a great movie!
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"The Ultimate Gift", the predecessor to this movie "The Ultimate Life", has always been one of my favorite movies. Loved Drew Fuller as Jason and Abigail Breslin, an amazing young talent, was excellent as Emily Rose. It was a fast paced, never a dull moment, entertaining story, which, in my opinion, did not need a sequel. The iconic James Garner did well in explaining why he needed someone in his family responsible enough to entrust his fortune to. After putting Jason, Drew Fuller, through a series of tests to find himself and what, ultimately, is the most important thing in life - the gift of giving, Jason proved himself worthy of his inheritance, which was used in part to build a research hospital dedicated to Emily Rose...the daughter of the woman he loved.

That being said, I bought "The Ultimate Life" with the anticipation of learning what made "Red" tick, and that is what the movie is mostly about...Red's Steven's valuable lessons on what is REALLY important in life. It jumped around a bit, from Jason's life and his present day struggles, back to the WWII era and Red Steven's life and his all-consuming greed for money, and the development of his friendship with Ted Hamilton (his lawyer who stuck by Red through thick or thin).
Thank goodness Red kept a journal of his up and down struggles, which was eventually given to Jason by Hamilton. Jason's study of his grandfather's journal helped teach him the real values in life and ultimately brought him the inner peace and happiness he longed for.

The acting is good, and it's definitely a movie the whole family can enjoy and learn from....happy viewing!
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