The Ultimate Life
One man gets a reminder from the past that some things are worth way more than money.
Recommended Age: All Ages
Very strong moral worldview with strong Christian values extols the idea that family is the most important legacy, with very strong capitalist and free market content promoting hard work, leadership and building a business that can use wealth to do good, plus other values include sacrifice, forgiveness, patriotism, and putting loved ones before work; no foul language; light violence includes a World War II battle scene in which a young boy gets hit by some shrapnel, and some blood is seen; no sexual content, light kissing; no nudity; light alcohol consumption; no smoking or drug use; and, protagonist pursues wealth and success at the expense of his family, but he repents at the end.
CastLogan Bartholomew, Peter Fonda, Ali Hillis
WritingBrian Bird, Cheryl McKay, Lisa G. Shillingburb, Jim Stovall
Directed byMichael Landon Jr.
ProductionDavid R. Kappes