For the record…

The 2004 movies that I have seen, sorted by release date:

January 16 Along Came Polly
January 23 Butterfly Effect, The
February 6 Dreamers, The
February 13 50 First Dates
February 20 Eurotrip
February 25 Passion of the Christ, The
February 27 Broken Lizard’s Club Dread
March 5 Hidalgo
March 12 Spartan
March 12 Secret Window
March 19 Dawn of the Dead
March 19 Taking Lives
March 19 Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
March 26 Jersey Girl
March 26 Ladykillers, The
April 2 Hellboy
April 9 Whole Ten Yards, The
April 9 Shade
April 9 Alamo, The (2004)
April 9 Ella Enchanted
April 9 Girl Next Door, The (2004)
April 16 Kill Bill: Volume 2
April 16 Punisher, The
April 23 13 Going On 30
April 23 Man on Fire (2004)
April 30 Mean Girls
April 30 Godsend
May 19 Shrek 2
May 28 Saved!
June 4 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
June 18 Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
June 18 Terminal, The
June 23 Fahrenheit 9/11
June 30 Spider-Man 2
July 9 Anchorman
July 16 I, Robot
July 23 Bourne Supremacy
July 28 Garden State
July 30 Village, The
July 30 Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
July 30 Manchurian Candidate, The (2004)
August 6 Collateral
August 6 Little Black Book
August 20 Without a Paddle
August 27 Jet Li’s Hero
September 10 Cellular
September 10 Resident Evil: Apocalypse
September 17 Wimbledon
September 17 Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
September 24 Shaun of the Dead
October 1 Celsius 41.11
October 22 Sideways
October 29 Ray
November 5 Incredibles, The
November 12 Finding Neverland
November 26 Very Long Engagement, A
December 3 House of Flying Daggers
December 3 Closer
December 15 Million Dollar Baby
December 17 Spanglish
December 17 Aviator, The
December 22 Hotel Rwanda

Total Movies 62
I think that’s a complete list if my memory doesn’t fail me and the list at The Numbers is right.

2 comments

  1. Not Todd says:

    About as many as I saw. What was the worst on the list? Of those I saw, I’d say Club Dread. I don’t see it listed, but I thought The Grudge was even worse.

  2. Rob Bernard says:

    I prefer “most disappointing” rather than “worst”. Even the worst movie can still be enjoyable if you know that it’s not good going in. It’s the ones that aren’t as good as you expect that really leave you feeling betrayed.
    My 4 most disappointing are:
    4. Little Black Book
    3. Without a Paddle
    2. Spartan
    1. Million Dollar Baby – The first two thirds is very good but I can’t forgive it for how it handled the final third.

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