Released: Nov 08th, 2010
Running Time: 105 Min.
Director: Eddie Powell
Company: New Sensations
DVD Extras: Behind the Scenes Featurettes, Fetish Menus, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast: Danny Mountain, Victoria White, Rocco Reed, Allie Haze, Kiara Diane, Xander Corvus, Chris Johnson (I), Brooke Lee Adams
Non-sex Roles: Erik Everhard, Seth Gamble, Alan Stafford, Chad Alva, Melissa Jacobs, Jessie Andrews, Anthony Rosano, Aubrey Addams
Critical Rating: AAAA
Oftentimes we fail to recognize the power of a smile, a kind word, a touch, a kiss or an act of caring, when they all have the potential to make a difference in someone's life. Angie (Kiara Diane) has just passed away. Now she must choose one memory from her life to take into the next world. Angie chooses to remember her husband, Jake (Chris Johnson), but has trouble singling out a memory. With the help of Michael (Xander Corvus) and Sara (Allie Haze), Angie must rediscover the love that made her marriage so special.
This latest in New Sensations' thus-far very impressive Romance series revolves around an almost compelling premise: the just-deceased Kiara Diane finds herself at a sort of purgatorial resort where she is told she must decide upon one memory from her life which she'll be allowed to take with her into the hereafter. (The biggest problem there as we see it: What's that one memory going to mean devoid of any others?)
Kiara gets helped along in choosing her memory by counselor Xander Corvus and his assistant, Allie Haze, who secretly pines after her boss man. Haze and Corvus deliver not only the movie's best acting performances, but its best sex scene as well, a scalding passion fuck Haze imagines them having in the facility's lunchroom. New Sensations obviously realized these two were the true standouts of this show, what with their being selected as the pair to grace the box cover.
That said, there is at least one other sex scene worthy of particular mention, an outdoor romp between the luscious Brooke Lee Adams and Brit lady-killer Danny Mountain.
All in all, another solid entry in the Romance line sure to resonate well with its intended audience.