2004 in Movies (so far)

We’re a little over halfway through 2004 so I figured I would give a
State of the Viewing address to my readership and let them know what films I
have seen so far this year. I think I am behind last
year
in volume, but hell, I was unemployed the whole year, so I had
nothing better to do. :) (Update: Actually, looking at the count, I am slightly ahead of last year).

Unlike last year, I have been keeping track of films as I watch them, as
opposed to recalling them from memory. Even so, there may be a film or two
that I have missed (although, most likely not one on the big screen). If
you catch one I missed, let me know.

Big Screen:

  1. Big Fish
  2. Touching the Void
  3. The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra
  4. The Fog of War
  5. Wet Hot American Summer
  6. Starsky & Hutch
  7. The Battle of Algiers
  8. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  9. Dawn of the Dead (2004)
  10. Goodbye, Lenin
  11. Hiding and Seeking
  12. Dogville
  13. Kill Bill: Volume 2
  14. Noi Albinoi
  15. The Mayor of the Sunset Strip
  16. The Saddest Music in the World
  17. Super Size Me
  18. Van Helsing
  19. Hellboy
  20. Alfred Hitchcock’s Spellbound
  21. Shrek 2
  22. Monty Python’s Life of Brian
  23. Saved!
  24. Napoleon Dynamite
  25. The Terminal
  26. The Chronicles of Riddick
  27. Dodgeball
  28. Fahrenheit 9/11 (twice)
  29. Spiderman 2

Small Screen:

  1. Sunshine
  2. Hell House
  3. Bruce Almighty
  4. Killer Clowns from Outer Space
  5. S.W.A.T. (2003)
  6. Tank Girl
  7. This is Spinal Tap
  8. American History X
  9. The Hunted
  10. The Talented Mr. Ripley
  11. Underworld
  12. Super Troopers
  13. High Fidelity
  14. Auto Focus
  15. Not Another Teen Movie
  16. House of 1000 Corpses
  17. Wonderland
  18. Wadd: The Life and Times of John C. Holmes
  19. Talking Heads: Stop Making Sense
  20. Bad Taste
  21. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
  22. Cosmos
  23. Near Dark
  24. UHF
  25. Finding Nemo
  26. Secretary
  27. The Missing
  28. Haggard
  29. Roger & Me
  30. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)
  31. The Eyes of Tammy Faye
  32. Old School
  33. Prom Fight: The Mark Hall Story
  34. Kill Bill: Volume 1
  35. Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy
  36. Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger 4
  37. Capturing the Friedmans
  38. Caligula (Unrated)
  39. Hedwig and the Angry Inch
  40. The Thin Blue Line
  41. The Mission
  42. The Grey Zone
  43. If I Should Fall From Grace: The Shane MacGowan Story
  44. Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election
  45. Ginger Snaps 2: Unleashed
  46. The American Nightmare (2000, Documentary)
  47. The Clash: Westway to the World
  48. Master & Commander: The Far Side of the Sea
  49. Bubba Ho-tep
  50. Pitch Black
  51. Resident Evil
  52. Strangers on a Train
  53. Deep Rising
  54. Dawn of the Dead (1978)
  55. Lost Skeleton of Cadavra
  56. Star Wars (Episode IV: A New Hope)
  57. Elephant
  58. The Empire Strikes Back (Star Wars: Episode V)
  59. Terminator III: Rise of the Machines
  60. RKO 281
  61. The Bourne Identity
  62. Spiderman
  63. Return of the Jedi (Star Wars: Episode VI)

12 thoughts on “2004 in Movies (so far)

  1. Wow, that brings back memories. btw, I don’t think it’s fair of you to count movies that were on in the background, that I watched while you were on the ‘puter. :)

        1. Pfft. I was on the computer a bit, but I was on the couch for most of that movie. The only reason I was on the computer was because it sucked so badly…

  2. My two favorite ‘big screen’ films, that you saw, are: The Battle of Algier and The Saddest Music in the World. Both excellent, excellent movies.

    1. I really liked them too, althoguh I try to stay away from labels like “favorite” because my tastes are so fluid… and I saw “Saddest Music” for free as a preview screening here in Boston, I really liked it…

  3. Noi Albinoi
    Saved!

    I can’t believe you saw saved!. did you like it? i have a bit of a crush on Jenna Malone. what about noi albinoi, i was going to catch that in the theatre but missed it.

    1. I liked Saved!, but it was a little too cheery for me… It was a fun summer movie though… And Jena Malone is dope.

      Noi was really, really depressing… But it was good.

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