Harry and the gang are back in the third Harry Potter movie - and it's the best one yet! In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Harry, Hermione and Ron are in their teens and ready to kick more butt as they go up against the greasy wizard, Sirius Black, as well as the Dementors.
#4. New York Minute
There's never a dull moment in Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen's adventure comedy, New York Minute. Though they're twins, they couldn't be any more different: Roxy (played by MK) is a rebellious musician, and Jane (played by Ashley) is a straight A student. As they get lost and are chased all around the city by thieves and school officals, the Olsens prove that anything can happen in a New York minute.
#3. Shark Tale
Swimming into the top three is the hip, animated comedy, Shark Tale. Will Smith is the voice of Oscar, a hustler fish who lands in hot water after telling everyone he killed a shark. Now, Oscar has to live up to his new hero status and protect his friend, Lenny, a friendly vegetarian shark. A huge cast of stars, hilarious one-liners and a kickin' soundtrack makes this animated flick a must-see.
#2. The Incredibles
The superhero family muscles its way into second position with The Incredibles. They used to be the coolest peeps on the planet, but had to hang up their supersuits after being sued for causing injuries while in the pursuit of danger. However, the Incredibles get back in action when they come face to face with Syndrome, an evil villain who wants to take over the world.
#1. Shrek 2
Far and away, Shrek 2 is the best movie of 2004. It's a great animation with a comical cast and all your fave fairy tale characters! In the Shrek sequel, Shrek is happily married to Fiona, but they run into trouble after Fiona's parents invite them to visit their castle. Shrek soon realizes that Fiona's dad has hired Puss in Boots to kill him - check out the loveable green ogre as he fights for the girl of his dreams!