When his wealthy grandfather finally dies, Jason Stevens fully expects to benefit when it comes to the reading of the will. But instead of a sizable inheritance, Jason receives a test, a series of tasks he must complete before he can get any money. Abigail Breslin and Lee Meriwether also star in this coming-of-age drama based on the novel by Jim Stovall.
The ultimate gift is a movie very beautiful because it's romantic and this have a lesson for the life.
Generally the people search the happy in material things, but in this case the protagonist is a bad an merciless man and his grandfather left a heritage when died and for get it, he should've to keep a promise and refuse to the money.
During this experience he learned to value what really matters in life. I love it this movie
Several questions will be answered by watching this movie:
Can a ridiculously spoiled, uncaring trust-baby, driftwood twenty-something, devoid of substance, looking for "fun" bachelor discover that (his) life really isn't about him at all?
Can a clever, overtly demanding, terminally ill kid find a real friend?
Can an aging business tycoon, pathetic but suddenly contrite patriarch save even one person in his family?
Can a devout, emotionally stung, single-mom trust one who has previously taken advantage of her?
This movie has an extremely creative plot that bolster those who crave suspense, melt the hardest of hearts, and surprise even the most suspicious in the end.
Not a kid-friendly flick but a must for anyone over the age of 15.
5 stars for anyone.