The Ultimate Life

Synopsis: Jason Stevens survived the journey his grandfather Red Stevens sent him through for "the Ultimate Gift". Now...That gift which includes managing a Billion dollar foundation is being challenged by his own family. In a courtroom battle...his assets are seized...his love interest with Alexia gets complicated...Jason could lose it all...He is now on a quest to discover what it truly means to fulfill his destiny...And Live.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Director(s): Michael Landon Jr.
Production: Hightop Releasing
 
IMDB:
6.0
Metacritic:
19
Rotten Tomatoes:
18%
PG
Year:
2013
105 min
$1,326,059
Website
139 Views


Jason, if you're standing here now,

it means that not

only have you succeeded

in receiving all of my gifts,

but you have done so beyond

the boundaries that I have set.

I guess that means that

I have succeeded as well.

What I could not accomplish

in life, I've done in death.

As long as you're still

alive, I will be too.

I love you, son.

Goodbye, Jason.

Are we on yet? Give me a level, Jason.

Testing, one, two,

three. I am Jason Stevens.

Can we get this thing rolling?

Mr. Stevens has meetings

backed up all day.

Quiet, please.

Whenever you're ready.

Hi, I'm Jason Stevens,

director of Stevens Foundation.

For the last two years...

You seem about a million

miles away, Lexi girl.

Mm. Trying to figure

out what my next move is.

Have you told Mr. Billionaire

boyfriend about your Haiti plans?

Not yet. I don't know.

It's a big decision, I'm just

not sure how he's going to react.

Well, it seems you have

something to react to.

You're being paged at

the nurse's station.

- For what?

- Don't worry about what for, just go.

OK, I'm here. What's the emergency?

Is that Miss Hastings back there?

Alexia Drummond, you have been

summoned to a night out on the town

- by a Mr. Jason...

- Stevens?

Stevens! Yes, yes.

Your wardrobe will be provided.

Oh, wow. That's beautiful.

Lex, there's something I need to say

that I should have said a long time ago.

For the past two years, when

I first saw you and Emily...

I can't get your face, your

beautiful face, out of my mind.

Your eyes... your smile...

There's something I need to say. I

should have said it a long time ago.

Ms. Drummond, I hope you

have a wonderful evening.

Thank you, Jim.

- Wow.

- "Wow" yourself.

Tonight's menu, spinach

salad with mangos and chutney.

Then the main course,

steamed broccoli with lobster,

specially flown in from Maine,

with lemon and drawn butter.

And ice cream sandwiches for dessert.

You picked all my favorites.

Oh.

To us.

Jason, thank you.

I love my dress, and you've

made me feel so special.

But you know you don't have to...

...play our song?

Oh...

Oh, my gosh.

Oh!

Get to work.

Lex, there's something I need to say

that I should have said a long time ago.

Not a day passes I don't think

about your beautiful face,

and your eyes and your smile.

You're so sweet.

Jason, there's something I

need to talk to you about.

- It's important. I was gonna...

- Let me finish, please.

Lex, you're... you're my heart,

I can't imagine life without you in it.

Jason!

- Jason Stevens?

- Yes?

You've been served. Have a nice evening.

Mr. Stevens, I am so sorry. I

don't know how he got past me.

- That's perfect. Just perfect.

- What is it?

My family. Aunts, uncles, the

whole greedy bunch of them.

Suing me for breach of fiduciary trust

in the handling of Red's foundation.

I'm really sorry, Lex.

I wanted tonight to...

I just, I have to deal with this.

Please have the limo

take Miss Drummond home.

So, Mr. Stevens, if the court were to

find evidence to support your claims,

what are you proposing be done?

Your Honor, on behalf of

my brother and my sister,

and the rest of the

heirs of Red Stevens,

we request that Jason be removed

as director of the foundation.

And who are you suggesting

would replace him?

- Me, Your Honor.

- Why, Uncle Bill?

You don't have enough money?

My grandfather wanted

me to have the foundation

because he knew his own

children couldn't be trusted.

And that just goes to show just

how far gone he was at the end,

that he left a billion dollar

foundation in the hands of this spoiled,

no-good, party boy who wants absolutely

nothing to do with his own family.

OK, that's enough of

that. Both of you sit down.

I'm taking the plaintiff's

discovery into chambers

and we'll reconvene tomorrow at ten to

determine whether we're going to trial.

Case adjourned.

Miss Drummond, it's so

nice to hear back from you.

Dr. Lousand, good to see your face.

Um, I had a few questions for you.

- I'll be with you in a minute.

- Hi.

- Afternoon, Miss Drummond.

- Oh, hi.

Um, I just wanted to see if I

could get a moment with Mr. Stevens.

I don't know. Mr. Hamilton

said no interruptions.

I guess I'm interrupting.

Hi. I'm sorry. I know

you're really busy.

Yeah, no. Hamilton just wants

us to get all our ducks in a row

for the hearing tomorrow

with the vultures. So...

Uh, I just needed to... needed to...

Uh...

I'm just going to say it.

There's this clinic in Haiti, and

they work with kids who have cancer...

it sounds terrific. That's

definitely a project we can take on.

Why don't you put together

some sort of proposal.

And once I'm through with

this stupid lawsuit...

- No, that's not what...

- ... we can do some great things.

That's not what I meant. I didn't

come here to pitch you for money.

I already made plans to go down there.

They really need experienced nurses,

- and I just thought that...

- Even better.

Once I get past this, we can

both jet down there and we can...

Mr. Stevens? I apologize,

but Mr. Hamilton says we can't

continue prepping without you.

OK, thank you.

- I'm really sorry, Lex, I gotta...

- I know. Um...

- Just whenever you have a second.

- Yeah, sure.

"IS THIS IT"]

Jason?

- What is it?

- She's gone, Hamilton.

- Who's gone?

- Alexia.

Six months in Haiti.

Why would she do this?

I'm sure she didn't just, on a

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