Life is how you live it….not how you spend it!
In 1999, Jim Stovall wrote the novel, The Ultimate Gift. Without a major publisher, any retail presence, or proactive marketing campaign, Jim’s novel went on to sell more than 3 million copies and has been translated into more than 15 languages throughout the world. The message of The Ultimate Gift movement has spread globally from one reader to another and inspired millions to realize that their own life and experiences are their most precious gifts.
As a result of the overwhelming response to the message of The Ultimate Gift, this best-selling novel was made into a major motion picture.
Lugen Family Office was a proud Ambassador of The Ultimate Gift and an original investor in this movie. The movie included stars such as Abigail Breslin, Drew Fuller, Bill Cobbs, Ali Hillis, Mircea Monroe, Lee Meriwether, and Brian Dennehy.
Director Michael Sajbel, Executive Producers Rick Eldridge and John Shepherd, the President of The Ultimate Gift Experience Tom Kennedy, and Enzo Calamo of Lugen Family Office were all proud to bring this incredible story to life as a major motion picture while leaving a true legacy of the importance of values.
Lugen Family Office continues to be active in promoting the message of The Ultimate Gift. Invite your friends and family to a movie night at your home and watch this touching movie while doing your part to help spread the message of The Ultimate Gift: share the gift, change the world.
A breath of fresh air…this wholesome movie goes straight for the heart and will enrich your life with its bountiful presents.
The Kansas City Sun
It’s a pleasure to watch such old pros as Garner and Dennehy work their magic…and Breslin brings such charm to her role that it more than justifies her position as one of Oscar’s youngest nominees.
The Hollywood Reporter
Well-acted by a first-rate cast.
The Washington Post
A greeting card of a movie
We can tell you authoritatively that you’ve never seen a picture like it. Take It’s A Wonderful Life, add The Heiress, put in a pinch of The Millionaire and you’re starting to get warm.
Tailor-made for a family…The Ultimate Gift is worth receiving.
The film addresses materialism, values and legacy issues in a big way.
The Arizona Republic
The script is tight and often compelling, the dialogue sparks and the production values are first-rate. A nice change-of-pace from the kind of hip cynicism that seems to infuse even the most genial of Hollywood family films these days.
An inspirational tearjerker…complete with the unwavering message that good is, as it should be, its own reward.
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