The Next Best Thing (2000)

The Next Best Thing (2000)

Director John Schlesinger

Writer Tom Ropelewski

Genre Comedy, Drama, Romance

Year 2000

Actors Madonna, Rupert Everett, Benjamin Bratt, Illeana Douglas

IMDB : 4.7 (9,285 votes)


Description Abbie, tired of failed relationships, has a one-night-stand with her gay friend; they agree to raise the resulting baby together.


  • Gulf Electro Mechanical Company 2012-04-29 21:14:20
    The Only Problem with this Movie that It came to early , It should be made & released in 2012
  • Super Amanda 2012-01-23 18:30:10
    @Magnolia296 you don't know ANYTHING about acting. This is GARBAGE.
  • Magnolia296 2011-06-29 12:24:43
    I'm an actress and my grandpa was an actor and we state that Madonna was brilliant here. Year, she overacted at the biginning but then her acting keeps getting better and better. The final scenes were so emotional and touching. Madonna did a great job. The same with Rupert
  • Teatea Vlogs 2011-05-31 00:15:04
    i luv the begin but the ending dumb and sad
  • Shailee Thakkar 2011-05-10 23:27:21
    How does this movie end? I can't find the link anywhere!
  • Rainne Smith 2011-03-22 21:22:32
    @Twesvocalze can I have the link of movie,,,pls pls pls......... I really want to watch this
  • Rainne Smith 2011-03-22 21:18:58
    @Twesvocalze can I have the link of the movie...pls pls pls.... Really wanted to watch this =)
  • SirBolle 2010-11-30 16:13:55
    @drake1636 Love this guy!
  • lolacicconefan 2010-09-03 15:19:38
  • drake1636 2010-04-07 01:51:05

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