List of All Movies Released in 2004

List of all movies released in 2004, with film trailers when available. These movies of 2004 are listed alphabetically, but if you're looking for a particular film, you can search for it by using the Filter option below. This list includes some of the best movies of 2004, but since it's a list of all 2004 films there are also some bad movies on here as well. Additional information is also available for these 2004 movies, such as their directors, actors and taglines.

List features Spider-Man 2, The Incredibles and more.

If you're wondering, "What movies came out in 2004?" or "What are the best 2004 films?" then this list will answer your questions.

This is a comprehensive list of movies that premiered in 2004, so the films you see here range from smaller indie pictures to giant blockbusters. If you're a big cinema buff, this list is a great way to find some more obscure films that you may not already know. {#nodes}
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  • "The Trail" Lewis & Clark Expedition 1803-1806

    "The Trail" Lewis & Clark Expedition 1803-1806

    The Trail is a 2004 film directed by Robin D. Williams.
  • Salem's Lot
    Rob Lowe, Donald Sutherland, James Cromwell
    • Released: 2004
    • Directed by: Mikael Salomon
    Vampires take over a Maine town.
  • ...To Skin a Cat

    ...To Skin a Cat

    Pete Monro, Diana DeLaCruz, Eric Lindh
    • Released: 2004
    • Directed by: Dan O'Berry
    ...To Skin a Cat is a short film by director Dan O'Berry. This 22-minute black and white short film won multiple film festivals including the Berkeley Video and Film Festival, and the Memphis ...more
  • 10 Minute Solution: Target Toning for Beginners

    10 Minute Solution: Target Toning for Beginners

  • Iranian director Abbas Kiarostami discusses his filmmaking techniques.
  • 10,000 Cigarettes: The Making of a British Action Movie...

    10,000 Cigarettes: The Making of a British Action Movie...

    10,000 Cigarettes is a 2004 action documentary film written by Adrian Foiadelli and Phil Hobden, and directed by Ross Boyask and Phil Hobden.