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Summer 2003 Vs. Summer 2004


Summer 2003 Vs. Summer 2004  

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  1. 1. Summer 2003 Vs. Summer 2004

    • Summer 2003
    • Summer 2004
    • Tie

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With the Hollywood Summer Season coming to a close(No more heavy hitters), which year did you like better. Last year or this year. Which Summer had the best movies that you could relax to, enjoy and get your money's worth.

Here's the list of some of last summer's (2003)-


The Matrix: Reloaded


Bad Boys 2

Anger Management

Finding Nemo

Bruce Almighty

Once Upon A Time In Mexico

Pirates Of The Caribbean

The Rundown

The Recruit


Open Range

Terminator 3


Matchstick Men


2 Fast 2 Furious

28 Days Later

Charlies Angels 2

American Wedding

Freddy Vs. Jason

Hollywood Homicide

Wrong Turn

American Splender

Whale Rider

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre


Cabin Fever


Here's the list of some of this summer's (2004)-


Spider-Man 2

I, Robot

Shrek 2


Van Hellsing

The Day After Tommorow

Supersize Me

Harry Potter and The Prizoner Of Azkaban :shifty:

The Chronnicles Of Riddick

Napoleon Dynamite

Dodge Ball: A True Underdog Story

Farenheit 9/11

The Village

King Arthur

Anchorman: Legend Of Ron Burgundy

The Bourne Supremacy


The Manchurian Candidate

Garden State

Open Water

Alien Vs. Predator

Without A Paddle

Exorcist: The Beginning

Anacondas: The Hunt For Blood Orcid

Suspect Zero


You be the judge.

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kind of mixed for me because both were very good but if I had to choose one 2003 for the reasons of 2 Johnny Depp Movies, 2 Marvel Movies, 1 Matrix Movie, 28 Days Later, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Freddy vs. Jason, Indentity, Terminator 3 and The Recruit were all awesome

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