Jaded advice columnist Jack has no problem dishing out wisdom for his romantically-challenged readers, while Abby -- his ex-girlfriend -- still lives with him. But when this awkward living arrangement turns into a complicated relationship crisis, will Jack be able to follow his own advice? Or will he lose Abby to another man...?
This was the first movie I've seen in the New Sensations "Romance" series. They set out to offer something different from the usual adult fare you see these days: good production values, a coherent story line, recognizable characters, competent acting, and caring, interactive sex. In my view, they succeeded quite well. While the story line was pretty much soap opera standard, the sex scenes fit into it smoothly, and gave the viewer a feeling of experiencing it with the actors, rather than just looking on. Alyssa Branch and Zoe Voss were both new faces (and bodies) to me, and I liked them both a lot, looked immediately for more scenes with each of them. I applaud their choice never to use facial cum shots. I'm male, but those always look extremely uncomfortable for the woman, and I hate to think of ending a mutually enjoyable sex session that way.
On the negative side, they should have stuck to their plan to limit all sex scenes to a maximum of 15 minutes. The longer ones did drag some. But on the whole, I look forward to watching other films in this series.
This movie from NS was a home run hit. Again, Ed Powell steered the casts to a level that connects with the audience. Natasha nice was both bubbly and quirky in her character. Moreover, the storyline was actually believable that the audience was somehow able to relate to some degree. NS is raising the bar when it comes to the adult industry by producing movies with story lines that is not only believable but plausible.
very good movie
by an anonymous member
The girls in this move were very attractive, and but for one, had real breasts. Even the plot was good. Restored my faith in NS Romance flicks.