The Bucket List and The Ultimate Gift

With the release of a great movie on DVD, The Bucket List, I want to suggets perhaps an even better take on this kind of film. James Garner starts in the Ultimate Gift. It is the story of lessons that every troubled young man should learn, given posthumously by his Grandfather. There are no curse words and nothing the whole family couldnt see, although 9 and unders won't understand the context. However, it is a worthwhile movie for anyone of any age, with important, not so subtle messages you might use the film to send if you have a troubled, mischevious, self important teen at home. If you like the Bucket List, you will LOVE the ULTIMATE GIFT.

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