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The Ultimate Life

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Rating: 4.3/5 (3 votes cast)

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The Ultimate Life

Film Description:

The Ultimate Life – Despite his best intentions, billionaire Jason Stevens can’t find enough time to keep his beloved Alexia a priority. But when he discovers his late grandfather’s journal, he is transported back to Red Stevens’ incredible world.

With everything he loves hanging in the balance, Jason Stevens hopes the past will prepare him well for the future.

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Topic: Romance

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Film Cast

  • Bill Cobbs – Ted Hamilton
  • Peter Fonda – Jacob Early
  • Ali Hillis – Alexia
  • Lee Meriwether – Mrs. Hastings
  • Logan Bartholomew – Jason Stevens
  • David Mann – Hobo Joe
  • Drew Waters – Red Stevens
  • Brett Rice – Bill Stevens
  • Abigail Mavity – Teenage Hanna Roberts
  • Christopher Cozort – Room Service Waiter
  • Jack DePew – Young Gus Caldwell
  • David Carpenter – Farmer
  • Angela Oh – Jason’s Assistant
  • Elizabeth Ann Bennett – Adult Hanna
  • Lee Spencer – Principal Graham
  • Austin James – Teenage Red Stevens
  • Myke Holmes – Geologist
  • Sarah Maine – Video Director
  • Mark Guy Thompson – Hanna’s father
  • Ben Joyce – Student
  • Ozzy Ojito – Cowboy Labor Worker
  • Bechir Sylvain – Young Ted Hamilton
  • Brian Patrick Walsh – Limo Driver
  • Randy Grazio – Oil Refinery Executive
  • John Tyner – Jock#1
  • Mark Withers – Strang
  • Tim Vogel – Teleprompter operator
  • Matt Mitchell – Jack at 14
  • Fred Griffith – Myron Dudley
  • Hailey Carter – Student / teen
  • Kevin Patrick Murphy – Summons Server
  • Joshua Brady – Jay at 18
  • Jeff Strickland – Limo Driver
  • Kristen Nicole LaPrade – Student / Dancer
  • Jason Looney – Bill at 20
  • Jim Stovall – Stevens Limo Driver
  • Jason Saucier – Jimmy
  • Jimmy Lee Sessoms – Railroad Bull
  • Chandler McIntyre – Anna’s Mom
  • Dan Austin Starbuck – Lieutenant
  • Tina Murphy – Teacher
  • Jennifer Leigh Mann – Ruth Stevens
  • Dennis Gomez – Hobo Mill Boss
  • Katherine Murdoch – Ruth at 16
  • Sabrina Layman – Red’s Sister
  • Taylor Inman – 1940’s prepster
  • Henry Garrett Droege – Man in Diner
  • Joshua Cook – Jay at age 6
  • Ivan Mallon – Bill at 8 years old
  • Kyle Cooper – Student
  • Sharon Angie VanDyke – Hannah’s Mom 1941
  • Madison Georgia Lee – Lady in Court
  • Christian Craig – Red’s Brother
  • Dave Berra – Summons Man

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Film Details

The Ultimate Life, 4.3 out of 5 based on 3 ratings

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  1. godchaser says
    05 December 13, 4:37am

    Recently saw this film after having had a very positive experience viewing the Ultimate Gift. I’ve been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Ultimate Life and finally got to watch it……what a disappointment it was. There is barely anything Christian about it and hardly any mention of God or Christ or prayer. The first 15 minutes are an excerpt from the previous film to engage the viewer. The rest is nonsense about a poor billionaires (Jason Stevens) loss of direction through pride and arrogance. His girlfriend who fails to get his attention because he is so busy working in the flesh and the world that he cant see or hear her.

    Honestly this is more like a romantic Disney tale and has little or nothing to do with its engaging predecessor. Don’t thankfully i didnt have to pay to see this and just wasted my time.

  2. Annelie says
    05 December 13, 8:34am

    Did you get a chance to read our review? – it still had some teachable moments in it, but we agree with you – it was disappointing compared to the first one and even the first one didn’t really have but just a moment of Christianity in it, but it was a great moment.


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