Highest Grossing Movies of 2004

Name the movies released in 2004 which have grossed at least $100,000,000 worldwide
Grosses rounded to the nearest $100,000
Animated movies in blue
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Rank
Gross
Movie
Company
1
$919,800,000
Shrek 2
DreamWorks Pictures
2
$796,700,000
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Warner Bros. Pictures
3
$783,800,000
Spider-Man 2
Sony – Marvel Studios
4
$633,000,000
The Incredibles
Disney – Pixar
5
$611,900,000
The Passion of the Christ
Icon Productions
6
$544,300,000
The Day After Tomorrow
20th Century Fox
7
$516,600,000
Meet the Fockers
Universal Pictures – DreamWorks
8
$497,400,000
Troy
Warner Bros. Pictures
9
$367,300,000
Shark Tale
DreamWorks Pictures
10
$362,700,000
Ocean's Twelve
Warner Bros. Pictures
11
$347,500,000
National Treasure
Walt Disney Pictures
12
$347,200,000
I, Robot
20th Century Fox
13
$310,600,000
The Polar Express
Warner Bros. Pictures
14
$300,300,000
Van Helsing
Universal Pictures
15
$288,500,000
The Bourne Supremacy
Universal Pictures
16
$262,500,000
Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
Universal Pictures – Miramax
17
$256,700,000
The Village
Touchstone Pictures
18
$222,400,000
Fahrenheit 9/11
Lions Gate Films
19
$219,400,000
The Terminal
DreamWorks Pictures
20
$217,800,000
Collateral
DreamWorks Pictures
21
$216,800,000
Million Dollar Baby
Warner Bros. Pictures
22
$213,700,000
The Aviator
Warner Bros. – Miramax
23
$209,100,000
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events
Paramount – DreamWorks – Nickelodeon
24
$203,600,000
King Arthur
Touchstone Pictures
25
$200,800,000
Garfield: The Movie
20th Century Fox
26
$196,300,000
50 First Dates
Columbia Pictures
27
$187,200,000
The Grudge
Columbia Pictures
28
$181,500,000
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed
Warner Bros. Pictures
29
$173,000,000
Along Came Polly
Universal Pictures
30
$172,500,000
Alien vs. Predator
20th Century Fox
31
$170,300,000
Starsky & Hutch
Warner Bros. Pictures
32
$170,100,000
Shall We Dance?
Miramax Films
33
$167,700,000
DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story
20th Century Fox
34
$167,300,000
Alexander
Warner Bros. Pictures
35
$154,600,000
The Phantom of the Opera
Warner Bros. Pictures
36
$152,200,000
Kill Bill: Volume 2
Miramax Films
37
$140,200,000
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
Paramount Pictures – Nickelodeon
38
$134,700,000
The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement
Walt Disney Pictures
39
$130,300,000
Man on Fire
20th Century Fox
40
$129,300,000
Resident Evil: Apocalypse
Screen Gems
41
$129,000,000
Mean Girls
Paramount Pictures
42
$128,900,000
Blade: Trinity
New Line Cinema – Marvel Studios
43
$124,700,000
Ray
Universal Pictures
44
$117,600,000
The Forgotten
Columbia Pictures
45
$116,800,000
Finding Neverland
Miramax Films
46
$115,800,000
The Chronicles of Riddick
Universal Pictures
47
$115,600,000
The Notebook
New Line Cinema
48
$115,000,000
Closer
Columbia Pictures
49
$113,100,000
White Chicks
Columbia Pictures
50
$109,700,000
Sideways
Fox Searchlight Pictures
51
$108,100,000
Hidalgo
Touchstone Pictures
52
$103,900,000
Home on the Range
Walt Disney Pictures
53
$103,100,000
Saw
Lions Gate Films
54
$102,400,000
Dawn of the Dead
Universal Pictures
55
$102,300,000
Ladder 49
Touchstone Pictures
56
$102,000,000
Kung Fu Hustle
Sony Pictures Classics
57
$102,000,000
The Stepford Wives
Paramount Pictures – DreamWorks
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