Daisy Kenyon

Daisy Kenyon

Daisy Kenyon (Crawford) is a Manhattan commercial artist having an affair with an arrogant and overbearing but successful lawyer named Dan O'Mara (Andrews). O'Mara is married and has children. Daisy meets a single man, a war veteran named Peter Lapham (Fonda), and after a brief and hesitant courtship decides to marry him, although she is still in love with Dan.

Commercial artist Daisy Kenyon is involved with married lawyer Dan O'Mara, and hopes someday to marry him, if he ever divorces his wife Lucille. She meets returning veteran Peter, a decent ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Viridiana C (nl) wrote: I love Omar Chaparro and Jaime Camil in this movie. The movie itself is hilarious and adorable if you view it as a story between friends and a father-daughter story. However, there is absolutely no chemistry between Jaime Camil and the leading actress. Jaime Camil's performance was there but Laura Ramsey lacks emotion and isn't believable in the film.

(de) wrote: Worst movie in film history.For real...

Greg W (gb) wrote: another movie about divorce American style very slow but Dano carries it along.

RJ H (kr) wrote: To correct what is said above, the character Jason (Josh Flitter) is the main bully in this film while the character he was referring to was Lucas (Christian Martyn.)

Josh T (nl) wrote: Just as brilliant and hilarious as The Thick of It!

Rachel H (au) wrote: An interesting doc about the Gardener art heist. I am very sad that I was never able to see these paintings in person. I hope they find the thieves soon.

Andie B (mx) wrote: Some great humourous moments!

Tim R (fr) wrote: Nothing better to do this morning...So, I watched Outsourced on Indieplex. At first I wanted to punch the remote and check out what other outrage the Republican party had foisted on an unsuspecting Lib like me. But, this movie really drew me in and wouldn't let go. At times I thought I might gag from the cute fumes, then something completely beguiling would happen and have me laughing out loud. Go ahead...see this utterly fresh fish-out-of-water flick. It'll make you happy.

Lindsey J (gb) wrote: A subtle, non-judgmental film about a troubled young mother who has just been released from prison and wishes to reconnect with her three-year-old daughter. Maggie Gyllenhaal is great in this role, adeptly conveying Sherry's complex character through some disturbing scenes which eventually reveal the reason for Sherry's emotional problems and subsequent drug addiction.

Melissa S (mx) wrote: these people don't listen!1

Scott C (de) wrote: One of Woody Allen's more forgettable films.

Richard Y (jp) wrote: All I remember from the film are the names of the two bombs.

Eric B (nl) wrote: Hardcore Monty Python fans may be disappointed with this lightweight John Cleese vehicle, but it's an enjoyable, if unambitious, farce. Cleese draws on his Python history to play Brian Stimpson, a punctilious headmaster with a constant eye on the clock and his students. He's not the ferocious military caricature you might expect, however -- he has a sense of humor and warmth beneath his steely exterior. His students fear him, but also they also like and respect him.Stimpson is thrilled to get an invitation to helm a prestigious headmaster conference, and takes a day off to travel to the event. Alas, he makes an uncharacteristic mistake and gets on the wrong train. Determined not to be late, he scrambles for other travel options. This sets in motion a series of screwball mishaps involving police pursuit, a monastery, misguided "shortcuts" and other tomfoolery. Funny enough but, unfortunately, Cleese's main comic foil is a teen student played by a shy, novice actress with little skill and a wedge-like hairstyle that badly dates the film.

Lisa J (ca) wrote: I saw this so long ago, but I remember it was not very good.

Cherie R (br) wrote: cary grant at his charming best

Reggie R (ca) wrote: alltimer. classic. Richard Pryor was crazy funny as a preacher.