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List Of 2004 Science Fiction Films

2004 brought us easily the best Spider-Man of the series, as well as some awesome anime and 'Primer' the great time travel movie.

List Of 2004 Films

Our comprehensive guide to all things 2004! Well, all 2004 movies... That are worth watching...

List Of 2004 Family Films

Early noughties family fun for a bit of nostalgia. Harry Potter, Shrek, The Incredibles and National Treasure all in one year, yes please!

List Of 2004 Action Films

'Bourne Supremacy', 'Man on Fire', 'Kung Fu Hustle', 2004 was the year of explosions and high level hand-to-hand combat.

'The Steamiest of Punks': Steampunk Movies

We love a well defined sub-genre here at FilmFish, and do they come more defined than steampunk? Adventures set in cool alternative worlds where electricity never surpassed steam power.

Angelina Jolie Action

Impossibly sexy, built like an amazonian, and apparently immune to the effects of aging - Angelina Jolie is one of those women who you can't imagine existing anywhere other than the big-screen. But that's exactly what makes her so appealing as an action star. It's not unrealistic when you see her shoot three henchmen dead between the eyes, because you already believe she can do anything!

'Movies Like Oblivion': Whopping Budget Sci-Fi

Ever wondered what $160 million could buy you? Only the very cheapest of these films, for starters. If you like eye-popping CGI, star-studded casts, and characters that are just begging to be made into action figures, then check out this collection of the biggest sci-fi blockbusters Hollywood has to offer.

Jude Law Movies

Jude Law's unmissable charisma made him the perfect choice for Dickie Greenleaf in 'The Talented Mr. Ripley', and sometimes one can't help feel a bit like the obsessive Tom Ripley when watching him. So get your creep on by watching every single one of his starring roles!

'Movies Like Sherlock Holmes': Adventures in Steampunk

Inspired by the industrialized Western world of the 19th Century, these post 2000 films often feature alternate realities where steam-power was never supplanted by electricity. Fans of H.G. Wells, Conan Doyle, or Jules Verne will have plenty to pick from.

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