Animated Movies 2004
Animated Movies 2004

Animated Movies 2004

Animated Movies 2004: These entertaining animation classics are the best of an enduring, ever-evolving modern art form. We’re bringing you the definitive ranking of the best-animated films of 2004.

Everyone loves animated films because, at their best, they present limitless possibilities for storytelling. For this list, we’re taking into account each film’s release, director how well they’ve aged, and re-watching ability. Best animated movies for kids on Netflix.

Here are the best-animated movies of all time, 2004

Following is the List of Animated Movies 2004

Shrek 2

The movie is set after the marriage of Shrek and Fiona. Shrek saved Fiona and the two got married. Now they are ready to meet Fiona’s parents who live in Far, Far Away. They traveled there to meet her parents. However, Fiona’s parents do not seem to be happy with their marriage and now conspiring something to create problems between them.

Rating  7.3/10
Director  Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury, Conrad Vernon
Genre  Animation, Family, AdventureComedy, Fantasy, Romance
Runtime  1 Hour, 33 Minutes
Distributor  DreamWorks Pictures

The Polar Express

The movie revolves around a young boy who took The Polar Express on Christmas eve. The Polar Express was a magical train that takes the passengers to the North Pole where Santa lives. On this journey, the boy learned a lot of things about life and realized the importance of living life with full enthusiasm.

Rating  6.6/10
Director  Robert Zemeckis
Genre  Animation, Family, Adventure,  Musical, Fantasy
Runtime  1 Hour, 40 Minutes
Distributor  Warner Bros. Pictures

The Lion King 1½

It is an American animated movie that was released on 10 February 2004. The Lion King 1½ follows Timon (meerkat) and Pumbaa (warthog) retelling the story of the Lion King. They are seen narrating the story from their point of view.

Rating  6.5/10
Director  Bradley Raymond
Genre  Animation, Family, Adventure, Comedy, Musical
Runtime  1 Hour, 17 Minutes
Distributor  Walt Disney Studios

Clifford’s Really Big Movie

The movie revolves around a dog named Clifford who decided to participate in the “Larry’s Amazing Animals” contest after he heard Mr. Bleakman saying that Clifford’s food costs a  lot. The winner of this contest will get a lifetime supply of Tummy Yummies. Clifford won the contests and become the star of the town in no time, which made Shackleford the ferret very jealous.

Rating  5.5/10
Director  Robert C. Ramirez, Steve Trenbirth
Genre  Animation, Family, Adventure,  Comedy, Fantasy
Runtime  1 Hour, 14 Minutes
Distributor  Warner Bros. Pictures

Spookley the Square Pumpkin

The movie revolves around a pumpkin named Spoonkley. Unlike other pumpkins, Spookley is square in shape and he often gets taunted by other pumpkins. His life was not going well until he meets a Scarecrow that changed his life.

Rating  5/10
Director  Bernie Denk
Genre  Animation, Family
Runtime  45 Minutes
Distributor  Lionsgate

The Incredibles

The movie follows a family of undercover superheroes on a journey to live a normal life. However, things do not turn out as expected as they are again forced to get back in superhero duty so that they can save the world.

Rating  8.1/10
Director  Brad Bird
Genre  Animation, Family, Adventure, Action
Runtime  1 Hour,55 Minutes
Distributor  Walt Disney Studios


The movie is all about a cat named Garfield and her owner. Garfield is a fat, lazy cat having everything a cat wants. But, her life changes when her owner buys a new pet dog named Odie so that he could impress her crush.

Rating  5/10
Director  Peter Hewitt
Genre  Animation, Family, Adventure, Comedy
Runtime  1 Hour,20 Minutes
Distributor  Walt Disney Studios

Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo

This movie is focused on Pooh and his circle and covers an incident when rabbit declares Spring Cleaning Day on Ester. No one seems to be happy with this decision of Rabbit as they were waiting for Ester very eagerly. Roo was seen highly affected by this decision of Rabbit.

Rating  6.3/10
Director  Saul Blinkoff, Elliot M. Bour
Genre  Animation, Family, Adventure, Comedy, Musical, Drama
Runtime  1 Hour,5 Minutes
Distributor  Walt Disney Studios

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