Almost Heaven by New Sensations - review by Sammi

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It's The Little Things That Matter Most

If you enjoy romantic porn with a watchable plot, Almost Heaven is a great choice. Although the movie has (to me) a very sad ending, it’s beautifully filmed, the story is good, and the couples are pleasing with nice chemistry. The sex scenes are a bit short and there are only 4 of them in all, so this is a better choice if you want to enjoy the sex scenes in the context of the story rather than get off on them on their own.
Romantic, good for couples, watchable story, condom use discreet.
Sex scenes are short, only 4 scenes, sad ending.
Rating by reviewer:
extremely useful review

Almost Heaven is a movie in the New Sensations Romance Series, which focuses on love more than raw sex. It’s presented in HD widescreen, and has crisp picture (with lots of white) and sound. The movie runs about 1 hour 54 minutes. Special features include behind the scenes, trailers, web trailer, company info, a photo gallery, and pick your pleasure. It has 12 chapter stops and 4 sex scenes.

Almost Heaven stars Kiara Dane (Angie), Allie Haze (Sara), Brooke Lee Adams (Carine), Sarah Jackson (Sandy), Charlie Ann (Mike’s wife), Chris Johnson (Jake), Xander Corvus (Michael), Victoria White (Alice), Rocco Reed (Joe), and Danny Mountain (David). It’s written by K and directed by Eddie Powell.

The story revolves around Angie and Sara. Angie’s newly deceased and needs to pick a memory to take with her when she moves on. Sara has no memory to take, so she’s in this limbo helping others find the memory that will carry on with them while desiring another who’s stuck there with her.

When the movie starts, Angie’s in a waiting room with no idea where she is. Sara soon takes her to see Michael, who will help Angie on her way. Sara’s completely in love with him, but he never notices the little things she does to show she cares for him.

Michael tells Angie she needs to pick one memory to take with her. Angie doesn’t know where to start, so she asks Michael for an example. Michael tells her about Carine, who chose a memory of her husband David when they were on a romantic getaway. The scene unfolds in a garden where they have dinner and segues into a romantic lovemaking session outdoors, featuring lots of kissing, oral sex and multiple positions before he cums on her stomach.

Michael gives Angie till the end of the night to pick her memory of her husband Jake, and she leaves to ponder her decision while he crumples a note Sara gave him and throws it in the trash.

Sara’s in the break room when Michael enters, and she pours him coffee. He thanks her for the note, and then they share a long passionate kiss before he undresses her and works his way down her body with kisses. Some nice oral between kisses before the two have sex standing, on the floor, and on the counter. Michael cums on her stomach.

Afterwards they dress and Michael goes to the cafeteria with some others. He tosses his coffee in the trash without a care and Sara’s left alone. She goes out to the gardens where she runs into Angie and tells her about her day and her love for Michael. Angie tells Sara about one memory she has, and asks Sara about hers. Sara tells her she has none, and neither does Michael, so they stayed to help others select their memory and hope to find a memory while they’re there.

Sara leaves and Angie runs into Alice and her husband Joe. They tell Angie they’re going to make a new memory to take with them, and they head off to a room to do just that. Lots of kissing and oral before they have sex in a few positions and he cums on her lower belly.

Meanwhile, Angie asks for a private room, lies down, and dreams of times with Jake. Awakening, she heads to the waiting room and runs into Sara and Paul and asks them what makes memories so special. Paul tells her it’s the little things, and Angie, excited, asks to see Michael because she now has the memory she wants to take with her.

She tells Michael her memory, a few days before their wedding at a dinner party. It was little things he did and said that made her feel special. She pulls Sara’s note from Michael’s trashcan and tells him their love was about all the little things. He tells her she’s free to go. She thanks him and leaves, and Michael ponders the note he threw away. He goes out and finds Sara, pulls out the note and looks at it, and thanks her for giving it to him. They kiss, and then he leaves.

Angie lies down, and when she wakes up, she’s in her bed. She hears Jake, and she’s happy to see him. She picks out a tie, and he reminds her about dinner. He leaves, and tells her he left her something in the bathroom – it’s a sticky note that says “have a great day. “ He comes back in and tells her he loves her, and they kiss before heading to the bed. They trade oral before having sex in several positions with a lot of kissing before he cums on her stomach. At this point the movie ends.
The movie both looks and sounds great, and I really liked the use of white throughout. The story is quite good with surprising depth of meaning. The acting is decent, and the whole movie has a romantic feel. The four sex scenes are a bit short, but the couples in each really seem to have a connection and the scenes are quite lovingly done. It doesn’t have the feel of a porno, but rather a harder version of a movie you’d watch on Cinemax or Showtime after hours. It’s great if you want more plot and less sex in your porn, and good to watch alone or with your partner if they have a romantic bent. Each scene features the actors wearing condoms, but thankfully they aren’t terribly noticeable and don’t detract from the scenes.

The only thing I really didn’t like about this movie was the ending. When Angie finds the note, and I realized that she’s in her memory and really dead, it made me cry. I was enough into the characters that this was incredibly sad, and not quite the way I want to feel when watching porn. A regular movie, yes, but porn, no. It may be that I’m a bit too sensitive about death, but the end of this really got to me.
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  • ToyTimeTim
    I can see where you would think the ending was sad, I did not see it that way. I will have to watch it again and look at it that way. Nice that you found a different twist to it.

    Great review.
  • Sammi
    Thank you!

    I thought it was interesting in the discussion how the ending was seen a few different ways. I'm possibly a bit oversensitive to (perceived) death

  • ......
    Great review! This sounds like the type of movie I would like. Though my hubby would probably disagree.
  • Sammi
    Thank you!
  • Selective Sensualist
    In the porn club discussion, the director said he never really thought of the ending that way (that she was really dead and that this scene was her memory). He had confirmed someone else's interpretation of the ending (that she had awakened, realized it was all just a dream, and fully appreciated and noticed all the little things her husband did for her), but he (the director) said he liked the idea of another possible interpretation. Maybe you could enjoy it more by thinking of it as just a dream that the main character had that made her appreciate her life and all the little things more. I would also be very depressed and sad to think of the ending as the main character really being dead, savoring that one memory. But I can see how the note from Angie's husband (which was identical to the one that Sara wrote to Michael) points to that sad, sad ending . . . (I'll just ignore that and tell myself it was just a dream!)

    Great job on the review!
  • Sammi
    Thank you!

    I think if I'd attended the meeting before watching it, I might have interpreted it differently, but after getting that view in my head, it's hard to think of it with the other interpretation at all. With all the photos and such at the beginning, and that sticky note, it just hit me that it wasn't a dream and she'd picked the best memory to take along with her I'll always think of it as sweet, but sad.
  • namelesschaos
    Good review and now I think I'm going to have to get this it not often a porno can create discussion about interpretations like this
  • Sammi
    Thank you!
  • Kindred
    After re-watching the movie a few times, the ending is not her memory which is what I thought at first also. Towards the end while she is talking to Michael, Angie says that the memory she chose is the dinner scene. So no need to be sad anymore! It was all a dream. Great review!
  • Enchantedkitty
    good review! seems like it could be a good one.
  • Sammi
    Kindred - still not sure Thank you!
  • Sammi
    Enchantedkitty - thank you!
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