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    The Ultimate Gift

    Jason Stevens (Drew Fuller) lives a life of wealth and privilege. When his grandfather (James Garner) dies, Jason expects to receive a hefty inheritance, only to get a series of odd tasks to perform in order to receive 'the ultimate gift,' with he having no idea what that might be.
    Duration: 114 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2006
    IMDb: 7.3
    (9) Voted
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  • Actors of "The Ultimate Gift"

  • Characters of "The Ultimate Gift"

    Howard 'Red' Stevens. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Played by: James Garner
    Mr. Theophilus Hamilton. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Played by: Bill Cobbs
    Miss Hastings. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Played by: Lee Meriwether
    Bill Stevens. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Played by: Brett Rice
    Emily Rose. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Alexia. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Played by: Ali Hillis
    Jason Stevens. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Played by: Drew Fuller
    Caitlin. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Played by: Mircea Monroe
    Ruth Stevens. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Gus. Character of The Ultimate Gift
    Played by: Brian Dennehy
  • Directors of "The Ultimate Gift"

    Michael O. Sajbel. Director of The Ultimate Gift
    Michael O. Sajbel
  • Creators of "The Ultimate Gift"

    Cheryl McKay. Director of The Ultimate Gift
    Cheryl McKay
    Jim Stovall. Director of The Ultimate Gift
    Jim Stovall
  • Critic Reviews of "The Ultimate Gift"

    New York Post
    August 22, 2007

    This new film moves along smoothly until Grandpa's most preposterous mission - which needlessly drags out the movie -- takes Jason to a severely caricatured Ecuador.

    Ebert & Roeper
    March 20, 2007

    I think urban sophisticates can be people of faith who want to see movies, occasionally, that don't have the four-letter words, and I do embrace religion, but I think they have to be better than this.

    Boston Globe
    March 17, 2007

    Christian charity, in this movie, seems like a side-effect of capitalism.

    Time Out
    March 17, 2007

    If you missed the money-isn't-everything message, an end-credits recap outlines the story's salient points -- if you'd known, you could've skipped the rest.

    Christian Science Monitor
    March 15, 2007

    [James] Garner is good, and so is Brian Dennehy as a crusty ranch owner; Abigail Breslin, playing a leukemia patient, demonstrates that she was not a one-note wonder in Little Miss Sunshine.

    Entertainment Weekly
    March 14, 2007

    The Ultimate Gift is kind of like a feel-good Saw for churchgoers, minus the sadistic games of death.

    7M Pictures
    September 09, 2007

    The Ultimate Gift will put you in a diabetic coma.
    August 21, 2007

    It's Self-Help: The Movie, and it stinks to high heaven.

    Quad City Times (Davenport, IA)
    April 17, 2007

    I haven't even read the book, and I know it has to be better than the movie.

    Spirituality and Practice
    March 30, 2007

    A parabolic film about one selfish young man's spiritual transformation.

    Sacramento News & Review
    March 19, 2007

    The film squeaks by on a combination of reliable old pros...and appealing newcomers...

    Austin Chronicle
    March 18, 2007

    The result is a deep desire for those Hollywood execs to remember that Christian doesn't have to equal brain-dead.

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