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Top grossing movies for 2004 in the USA

1. 436,471,036 Shrek 2 (2004)

2. 373,377,893 Spider-Man 2 (2004)

3. 370,274,604 The Passion of the Christ (2004)

4. 249,358,727 Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

5. 236,978,426 The Incredibles (2004)

6. 186,739,919 The Day After Tomorrow (2004)

7. 176,049,130 The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

8. 159,568,781 Shark Tale (2004)

9. 144,786,439 I, Robot (2004)

10. 133,228,348 Troy (2004)




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OMG, the top 2 are my fav movies of 2004



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God Shrek took loads of money.

Can't understand why Spiderman 2 did so well it was the most pointless film ever.It was just spiderman 1 again with a different baddy.

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Can't understand why Spiderman 2 did so well it was the most pointless film ever.It was just spiderman 1 again with a different baddy.
yes, but the baddy was much more interesting.


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And I saw 5 in the movie theater

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Meh. I havn't seen any of those movies, because they really wern't THAT appealing to me. I was considering renting Passion of the Christ but that's about it....
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of the top 10 i only didnt watch the bourne supremacy.

the top 5 i like all but passion of the christ.

and i hated the day after tomorrow.

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I still can't believe that The Passion of the Christ wasn't nominated for any Golden Globe Awards!!
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Well we should just wait untill "Meet the Fockers" is done with the box office and DVD sales because it was released 12-25-04 and took in like 40 million the first weekend.
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The day after tomorrow was the worst movie ever. I hated it so much. Shrek 2 was great though
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I feel sorry for those people who went to see The Bourne Supremacy and they got stomach sickness after the movie!


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that list is WRONG

the top ten is:

1. shrek 2
2. spiderman 2
3. the passion of the christ
4. harry potter
5. the incredibles
6. the day after tomorrow
7. the bourne supremacy
8. shark tale
9. the polar express
10.national treasure

meet the fockers will make it for sure as well

limited release movies are way better than this junk
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Kind of weak if you ask me - numbers from year before were better

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The Bourne Supremacy was awesome....

Spidy & Shrek 2 were pretty good as well.

Incredibles was great.

I liked I,Robot although a lot of people didn't.

The only two I haven't seen are the Passion and Troy...and I doubt I'll ever see The Passion until it comes on HBO or Showtime or something....
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If I were in any of those movies the domestic gross would have been tripled

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