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A heart-warming story about how a little hard work and friendship can change a life The Ultimate Gift shows even the most stubborn can change Through the ups and downs you follow Jason through the 12 quests that his late grandfather Red set up to see if he is worthy of his inheritance As he completes these tasks he forms an unlikely bond with a little girl Emily and her mother AlexiaTo earn his inheritance after his grandfather Red passes away he must first complete a task He is sent to a harm in the middle of Texas where his is to dig fence post until Gus thinks he has done a sufficient job With all his money and property gone his girlfriend and all his friend leave While sleeping on a bench in the park he is woken up by Alexia and her outspoken daughter Emily Emily and Jason aggress to tell Mr Hamilton that they are close friends and they expect to continue the friendship forever Jason ends up finding Alexias purse in the park and upon returning the purse he finds out that Emily has cancer Jason then spends the rest of the film trying to fulfill anything that Emily wants After working the next few months to complete the rest of the task he earns he inheritance of 1000000 which he spends to create a home for kids with serious disease and their families When presenting Emilys Home to a board Alexia gets a call that Emily has passed away For going above and beyond with the money he was given Red rewards he with the final gift of 2000000000 In this heart warming film to get to see how the rich live and how heartless they can be as in the case of Jasons aunts and uncles Through he task he learns life lessons and is given a new prospective on life The music that accompanies these tasks has an
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