10 Movies That Will Have You Wish It Was Still 2004

Ready to relive the 2000’s?

Pull out your butterfly clips, zigzag hair parts, and shutter shades because here are ten movies that are definitely worthy of your next Throwback Thursday.

10. The Lizzie McGuire Movie – 2003 (Available to stream on Netflix!)

This film starring a young Hilary Duff is the epitome of the 2000’s. After embarrassing herself at her middle school graduation, Lizzie McGuire seeks refuge in Rome on a class trip. What happens next is nothing short of extraordinary. This is the perfect film to catch with friends over a glass, or bottle, of wine or even just to unwind after a long day of work.


9. Kill Bill Vol. 1 – 2003

Starring Uma Thurman, Kill Bill Vol. 1 is the kick-butt thriller that you need in your life. We don’t want to give anything away for those who haven’t seen it yet, but the ending is killer.


8. Bring it On – 2000 (Available to stream on Netflix!)

Heated drama, spirit fingers, and unbelievably high basket tosses… What is there not to love? This comedy hit, stars Kirsten Dunst and Gabrielle Union who play captains of rival high school cheerleading squads competing for the first place trophy at nationals. Whether for the cheer faces or the cheer-offs, Bring it On is definitely a movie you should be watching this weekend.


7. Little Miss Sunshine – 2006

Little Miss Sunshine is a heartfelt and smart comedy that inspires all girls to follow their dreams. Olive, played by Abigail Breslin, is confident, fun, and downright hilarious. This movie is the perfect for an instant pick-me-up.


6. White Chicks – 2004 (Available to stream on Netflix!)

Any movie featuring Terry Crews singing along to A Thousand Miles is sure to be an instant classic. In this movie, Shawn and Marlon Wayans are undercover agents looking to protect the heiresses of a multi-billion dollar fortune. For those who have not seen it, it is well worth the investment of time. Prepare to laugh until your belly explodes while getting a load of some serious fashion from the 2000’s.


5. Monster’s Inc. – 2001

This one is a classic. What happens when a child accidentally enters the monster world? Well, havoc of course! Watch as James Sullivan and Mike Wazowski of Monster’s Inc. work together to help an adorable little girl named Boo (that’s not actually her real name) find her door and get back to her family. It’s a hilarious movie fit for the whole family.


4. The Devil Wears Prada – 2006

In this movie, Anne Hathaway is a busy assistant to the Editor in Chief, Meryl Streep, of a major fashion magazine. What looks easy at first is not all that it seems. The fashion industry is tough! Drama, snappy one-liners, and glamorous style choices make this another great movie to watch with friends.


3. Love Actually – 2003 (Available to stream on Netflix!)

If Hugh Grant’s accent doesn’t melt your heart first, Love Actually will have you at the edge of your seat. You will laugh. You will cry. You will wish it was Christmas already. Other famous appearances include Liam Neeson and Keira Knightley.


2. Finding Nemo – 2003

Before there was Finding Dory, there was Finding Nemo. This adventure-filled movie is one that will live forever in the hearts of 90’s kids everywhere. Always remember, fish are friends not food.


1. Mean Girls – 2004 (Available to stream on Netflix!)

Now here is one that just about everyone knows. Perhaps one of the most referred to and parodied movies of our age, Mean Girls is certainly on our list. Sit back and watch your favorite famous actresses (Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, Tina Fey, and Lacey Chabert) do their thing.


What are your favorite movies from the 2000’s? Did we miss any? Let us know in the comments section!


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