A billionaire struggling with morality reexamines his life after finding his grandfather’s journal. Starring Logan Bartholomew, Ali Hillis, and Lee Meriwether.
This is a sequel to the 2006 film The Ultimate Gift. The installment takes place after the first film with flashbacks to the family’s historical timelines. The story is a little rehashing of the original. I do miss Drew Fuller from the original film, but Bartholomew takes the character in his hands and is just as enjoyable to watch. While the production value of The Ultimate Gift was better, this film doesn’t hold back on cinematography of the United States. The film focuses on the morals of life, and it’s a clean film that doesn’t portray the messiness of life. I enjoyed the story and the acting. It expands on the family’s background, and if you see it for what it is, it’s a film worth a watch.