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I am such a sappy girl! I just love a good movie that warms my heart! My husband may call them "chick flicks" but I call them wonderful! Last month, "The Ultimate Life" was released to Blu-ray and DVD. I was fortunate enough to be given a copy of this movie to review and I just loved it! It is a story about a man who reads his grandfather's journal at a time where he needs guidance in his own life. I love that this movie makes you think about what is really important in your life. It was a wonderful movie and I highly recommend it!
This touching story of hope 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.
- The Heart of the Ultimate Life
- Official Movie Trailer
with cast members Abigale Mavity, Ali Hillis, Bill Cobbs, David Mann,
Drew Waters, Logan Bartholomew, Austin James, Peter Fonda, executive
producer Rick Eldridge and author Jim Stovall
- Deleted Scenes
- "One Life" Music Video
- Behind the Scene Featurettes
You can purchase The Ultimate Life on Amazon for only $22.98 for the Blu-ray!
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