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Passed NCLEX

2020.08.26 05:27 Bukurie18 Passed NCLEX


About the student I was:
To tell you the type of student I was, I didn’t stress too hard about grades. I knew that nursing in real life is very different from actual nursing. Clinical, preceptorship, and externship were vastly different compared to what they taught us in lectures. Don’t get me wrong, lectures had useful content, but it just consisted of professors who read off powerpoint slides and mumble to themselves. It felt like I had to teach myself these things because some of the professors were not that useful. I learned mostly everything from my clinical instructors. Other professors were awesome and knew what they were doing, but in the end the responsibility to know/learn/understand these things was on me.
Also something interesting to note, our professors gave us all mid-program assessments, and they found out that we all struggled with the subjects that gave nursing students trouble around the country: Pharm and OB. They remediated us on the topics, or at least gave us a wakeup call to refresh these things in our memories because we would be needing these for the NCLEX soon. They were very conscious of the NCLEX and testing. They had numerous modules that did nothing but ask NCLEX-style questions, starting from the beginning of the program.
So if you were curious about my knowledge base, it was all clinicals. Lecture was just be cramming the day before and forgetting it right after. So I was nervous for the NCLEX because I was thinking to myself how am I going to learn all of this stuff? It felt like back to square one.

Application During COVID:
I applied to the boards around March. The state said for the school to send the letter of attestation instead rather than having individual students send in their own transcripts, so the applications were not processed until after our graduation.
While we waited for our applications to get processed, my school has provided a lot of review materials. The school has purchased a year’s worth of Hurst review for us which comes with four assessments, and a 6 month subscription of uWorld along with 2 assessments. uWorld also came with a math question bank with a math assessment. I personally used these two in an almost religious-like fashion in terms of review. I will be reviewing these.
People’s applications were getting processed a few weeks after our graduation, one at a time. My friends were having test dates set up at that time already. My application did not get processed 3 months until my graduation. I was anxiously waiting, and people were already taking the NCLEX. Every time I called the boards, I did not get a good answer, meaning they told me conflicting things. My friend who was kind to me gave me an email to contact someone from the board, and once I emailed them, I received by authorization to test the next day. WTF? It seemed like they’d forgotten about me.

What I used to Review
Anyways, on to the review. Our school had a class simply dedicated to these review programs. Our instructor was very, and I mean very, onto us about doing these. She would communicate to us individually constantly about doing these programs. She would also check and monitor our progress. On uWorld she would check which areas we were struggling on and we had to get above a certain percentage on all areas. She watched these categories like a hawk and would tell you to go study more on that specific area. She wanted us to PASS and never wanted to deal with us again LOL!.
Anyways my review of these programs:
uWorld:
uWorld was simply amazing. I finished all the questions for all categories, wrote a lot of flashcards on the areas I did not know, and reviewed them constantly. I had I think over 1000 flash cards, and I would just try to remember them based on the overarching nursing concept so that I wouldn’t be memorizing them by rote. For example, if it was talking about a specific disease, I would think what body system it would effect, and the nursing interventions necessary for it and other safety considerations. I think this is what people mean by reading the rationales. A lot of the diseases/patho have similar nursing interventions because everything in the body is connected, so I just lumped them together.
I also went through the qBank twice and wrote down a lot of information that just was not sticking. I had 6 months of uWorld and I used it extensively. uWorld imo was complex and had a lot of questions that had you think really hard about the answers. If I had to pick one review, I would have picked uWorld, because it simply was the most useful and the best for me. It resembled the NCLEX closely too. The NCLEX felt like one big uWorld assessment.
For my assessments on the first (69thpercentile) and second one (82ndpercentile) I received a very high chance of passing. This was around 1000 questions in and my professor was telling us to hurry up and do it because we were being graded on it.
uWorld has a pattern on how to answer these questions. A lot of the times for the SATA, if you’re unsure about it then don’t pick it and treat it like a true/false. I honestly hated the delegation questions because sometimes it would tell you impractical answers that made 0 sense in the real world, but perfect sense in the NCLEX world. They also threw out curveballs on prioritization to keep you on your toes—that sometimes it’s not all about ABCs (even though most of the time it is).
I was not very good at peds or pharm, so I kept repeating questions on that section. I found that their rationales were amazing, especially for peds development. I knew these questions were going to pop up so I memorized all of the developmental stages and thank goodness I did because they showed up in the NCLEX. uWorld saved me there.
uWorld Math qBank:
Honestly these questions are so hard initially. But after the first 50 or so questions, you realize that all med-math is about is grouping them by proportions. After that, I became good at it (my criteria for good is higher than the median), and took my assessment and scored well. Its math and it just repeats itself constantly, so this was not too challenging.
I had no math problems during the NCLEX btw. My professor was drilling it in our heads that we might be working in a hospital without pharmacy constantly on there , that we might have to reconstitute our meds and that its important for us to be able to pull our weight in such situations. So in a sense, I’m thankful for this review.
Hurst Review:
Hurst review is really charming and special in the sense that they all have southern women teach you. Aunty Hurst even makes it clear in her introduction video that the person watching this is probably from a different culture lol. My school signed up for a live review so we had a live 3 day online review (due to COVID) where we chatted in a chatroom. We received a book where we had to fill in blanks. Their recommendation is that we had to know the content without a doubt and without hesitation, and to complete their four assessments with at least a 76(I think?) percent to have a 98% chance of passing.
I found the content to be very useful in real nursing practice, but NOT the NCLEX . It tells you straight up what to do during emergencies or gives you information about a disease process in a few sentences that makes sense. All of it is delivered in nursing intervention-type way, so it’s not so theoretical but more practical and hands on. They also have a useful test taking strategies page.
Their qbank:
I found really sucked. It was purposefully tricky, and made 0 sense a lot of the time. I don’t have much to say about it other than that it was not helpful at all.
I only took 2 assessments. On one I got 84. On the other I got 60 (way below their recommended line). I didn’t bother with it. Not too many people in our program bothered with it. Hurst was useful as a content review, and a real life guide, but that’s about it.
Saunders:
The big orange book, 2019 8th edition. This came with an unlimited/no subscription/one time purcahsed based qBank. I took their beginning assessment, and I was happy they provided me a schedule on what to review on what day. I think it went something like review this chapter for this day and this chapter for the next day. It would go on like that for a month, or at least your test date, then it would encourage you to do another major assessment.
In theory I thought the scheduled review was cute and useful. In practice, I tried to read a chapter a day and read and notes of this book, and screw that. It was soooo boring and I couldn’t stomach it. It was just a lot of information and it felt like reading a textbook. I would avoid this method. I know a lot of people love this book, but it is so dense. It would make a great reference instead for nursing school and on topics that you were unfamiliar with. Maybe my attention span was too short for it I don’t know lol.
Their qbank was OK. I feel like I get the questions wrong because I didn’t understand what they were asking. It felt like an English test rather than a content review because it seemed like a language barrier thing instead. The questions were not that high quality and felt like these weren’t reviewed or looked at closely.
For a reference its good. But if you want to remember something for the NCLEX it’s not that great. Pharm in this is put in a different chapter of the system it’s in so it doesn’t feel like it connects the entire body system in a holistic manner which in turn makes it hard to remember.
NurseAchieve:
I kept using their free trial code for the free cat exams and to do some additional questions if I got bored with uWorld (my main study).
On the cat exams they all gave me good passing scores.
Anyways, these are my opinions of what worked for me personally it might be different for you.

The NCLEX.
I walked in the testing center feeling somewhat OK about it. I thought to myself did what I could, and I just kept pushing the date forward because I was tired of doing questions. Initially there were 0 dates for the next 3 months, and the only availability was in December. I kept checking every day and moved it closer and closer because people cancel the dates all the time. I chose one near me, because I don’t want to drive several hours just to take a test. That would make me tired and cranky.
So I walked in, with a mask, & noticed the COVID precautions. I asked the people there if they were taking the NCLEX and they were taking some other exam instead—I was hoping some soon-to-be-nurses to have a mini hype session but that didn’t happen because I was the only one there taking the NCLEX lol.
Anyways, they processed me quickly, then sent me to the back to take the exam. The lady said that there’s no sound questions, or questions that required you to use the headphones due to COVID. And I’m thinking to myself…YES…I hate those identify this type of sound thing, because the audio quality always sucks balls and it sounds like white noise and static instead. They did offer noise cancelling headphones and earplugs though.
I thought it was really nice of them to include a 10-ish page tutorial on how to select questions. It made you read them to pick the right answer which they give you using bold and colorful pictures sometimes. It really helped me calm down and let go of the nerves and helped me ease into the exam.
I got all sorts of questions, med-surg, priority, delegation, select all that apply, OB, peds, pharm. And topics that are overlooked such as ethics, legality, liability, diet, and teaching. It felt just like another uWorld exam. I had drag and drop too. I saw all of these topics on uWorld and I did not feel like I was blindsided at all, because of how familiar it was.
Overall the NCLEX is more direct and straightforward than uWorld. The questions make sense. They weren’t purposefully bitchy/tricky like hurst. Some questions were strange in that it didn’t give you a direct answer, and you had to pick the best one. It wasn’t bad.
I walked in at 1200 and walked out at 1240, and I had 60 questions. I didn’t dwell on one question for too long. When walking out I didn’t feel like anything really, because it felt like another uWorld assessment. Although, a few hours later I was anxiously checking nursys knowing that it took a full day for them to post the results lol.
I checked the board licensing lookup the next day and there I was, an RN.
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2020.07.06 18:18 waiting4RNlicense TX Board of Nursing took their license verification system offline on 04 June without notice. It has not yet come back online, and I can't start work in GA without verification. TBON phones are now disconnected, emails unanswered, hundreds of new nurses can't begin work. [TX]

Hello all, throwaway as usual.
I graduated a nursing program in Texas in May. I accepted a position in Georgia, to begin on 27 June, contingent upon passing the NCLEX and having my RN license by that point. I passed my NCLEX under the Texas Board of Nursing on 05 June. Texas and Georgia are both part of the Nursing Compact (a nursing license in one compact state is honored in another for up to 6 months).
When there were issues verifying my license, I called TBON on 24 June. I was told that the license verification/processing system was taken down on 04 June, and should be back up on 26 June. The system did not come back up, and I am still not listed as a licensed RN. I was unable to start work on my original date, and I was pushed to 13 July.
On 27 June, I tried to contact the Texas Board of Nursing again via phone. I found that the primary phone lines were now disconnected, they wouldn't even ring. Here is what I've tried since:
It's been over a month, and I (as well as many of my classmates) don't have a verifiable license. There's also no guarantee that I'll still have a job if this continues. I certainly don't have an income now, and I've just moved across the country after years of school (and a divorce) so I'm not exactly in a comfortable place to just hang out for a couple months.
Any advice on how to contact TBON? A friend mentioned filing a lawsuit for lost wages down the line, but I'm not sure if that's the route I want to go. For now, I just want to start work.
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2019.11.14 13:08 confuciussaywtf If you’ve ever wondered what exactly it takes to lose a nursing license- I got you. Here’s what I learned from researching BON discipline reports, from states where it’s public info. Good reminder of what not to do

Edit/tl;dr just read the bullet points if you only want the crazy stories :)
I have seen this question and similar ones pop up on allnurses and on reddit before: "How do you actually lose a nursing license"? Some of them have been from new grads who are nervous and want to know how punitive the BON will be if they slip up as a new nurse. I have seen some commentors in those threads recommend looking up public disciplinary action reports, and I have waayyyyy too much free time right now so tonight that's what I did. Some things surprised me a lot, some didn't. I learned a lot of helpful lessons and thought I'd share what I found for anyone curious. This post breaks down each type of disciplinary action a nurse can get and some interesting examples I found of real cases. This is gonna be long, y’all...I’m sick and I ain’t got shit to do.
DISCLAIMER: some states’ BON publicly posts disciplinary actions for professional licenses. Each state provides a different level of info, but usually it states the professional’s name and a brief summary of what they did wrong and what action was taken. Not all states do this. However, if you have the nurse’s name, looking them up on nursys.com shows very detailed reports of any disciplinary action. Some private info is redacted, but it’s quite detailed and totally public info. Even though it’s available to the public, I’m not trying to dox anyone or encourage a witch hunt, so I’m not including names here. I’m breaking this post up into categories based on the type of disciplinary action, in descending order from most serious to least. Definitions are based on my state and may vary slightly in other states. “Most common offenses” aren’t official statistics- they are just the patterns I saw from reviewing eight months of data. It’s not all-inclusive by any means and actions are decided on a case by case basis, so similar offenses may result in different discipline.

REVOCATIONS

I have heard/read that typically, true revocation of a nursing license is pretty rare, and you have to really fuck up to permanently lose your license. I can assure any of you nervous new grads out there that this is true! Revocations are typically related to recurrent drug issues and/or criminal acts. So, no, your accidental medication error isn’t going to strip you of your license you worked your ass off for.
What it means: your nursing license is taken away from you completely and you are prohibited from practicing as a nurse. After three years, you can (usually) file a petition for restoration. I can’t imagine these are often successful, because the BON really reserves revokes for the worst cases. It’s worth noting that I have seen some incidents (the extreme ones) where the nurse had to sign a document agreeing they would never try to be a nurse in this state again, effectively making the revocation permanent.
Most common offenses leading to revoke: drug diversion (repeated), criminal charges, abuse/death of a patient, placement on the sex offender registry, sexual abuse (of patients or non-patients)
Stories/Unique exceptions:
trigger warning for the next two stores: abuse

Suspensions

What it means: you can’t work as a nurse until the suspension is up. It can be set for a time frame (ex: 5 years, or 30 days) or it can be indefinite, meaning that you have to file a petition to have it restored and prove that your suspension should end. Once it ends, you might not be out of the woods yet, because you might get put on probation. The state can issue an immediately effective suspension if they believe you are an imminent danger to others. With this kind of suspension, you cannot work as a nurse again until you have had a formal hearing.
Most common offenses leading to suspension: failure to pay taxes, failure to pay child support for more than 30 days, not adhering to probation, not completing continuing education, marijuana. Suspensions are also immediately issued if the BON determines the nurse presents a danger to patients; examples of these cases include substance abuse, sexual/physical abuse of patients, etc (all the really really bad stuff).
A note about marijuana: I have seen positive marijuana/thc/cannabinoids listed as the cause for both suspensions and probations- seems it can go either way. Unless you are in Oregon, Washington, or New Hampshire, the BON does not care if you have a medical marijuana card. It is still against federal law, so they can still get slam you for it. If you fail a drug test for weed, you may just get fired, or you may get reported to the BON too. I have known of a lot of nursing students who mistakenly think that if you have a card, you won’t get in trouble; unfortunately this is not true. Also, unfortunately, despite CBD being legal, it is possible that it could contain enough THC to make you have a positive drug screen. Not likely, but possible and it does happen. So if you really want to smoke weed and be a nurse, maybe move to a medical marijuana friendly state or Canada, lol...Or wait until it’s federally legalized.
Stories/unique exceptions:

Probation:

What it means: you can continue to work as a nurse, but your ability to do so is conditional on you abiding by restrictions, terms, conditions, and monitoring decided by the board. You’ve probably heard of drug diversion programs before- this would be an example of probation. The terms of probation depend on the defense, and they can be a real pain in the ass, but the bright side is you get to keep working as a nurse. Probation can be for a set time frame, meaning it automatically expires in x amount of days/months/years, or it can be indefinite, meaning you will have to plead your case and prove that it should be ended.
Most common offenses leading to probation: drug/alcohol abuse, DUI, drug diversion, frequent narcotic count discrepancies/charting discrepancies, showing up to work impaired
Stories/unique exceptions:

Refuse to renew status:

What it means: you won’t be able to continue practicing as a nurse once you pass the expiration date of your license, because the board won’t allow you to renew until you file a petition.
Most common offenses leading to refuse to renew status: not informing the BON of a criminal conviction (I didn’t know this- you have to report all convictions to the board asap!), getting in trouble with another state’s BON, not reporting termination from a job to the board, refusing a drug screen
Stories/unique exceptions:

Reprimand:

What it means: this is the BONs “smack on the wrist”; it’s the least “serious” discipline they can give. You can keep working as a nurse with few/no restrictions, but you are monitored and may have to complete some education. While it’s never happened to me, I’ve browsed a lot of forums regarding nurse’s personal experiences with reprimands and will share my takeaway. There is good news and bad news about a reprimand. The good news: you can keep working as a nurse and while you’ll be monitored, you usually won’t have restrictions. The bad news: it still shows up on your license - to my understanding - typically forever. Future employers (and internet strangers like me) will be able to read all about exactly why you got in trouble. You will have to explain this every time you apply for a new job. Again, good news and bad news here. If your reprimand is over something minor, and you are a strong advocate for yourself, employers are more likely to give you a chance. However, if your reprimand is damning, that info is out there forever and easy to find, so you may run into some trouble. Even so, a reprimand is not a death sentence to a nursing career.
Most common offenses leading to a reprimand: pleading guilty to a crime (ranges from felonies to more minor things like shoplifting), not reporting termination from a job to the board, med errors, charting errors, failure to provide appropriate care (unintentionally)
Stories/unique exceptions:
IN SUMMARY
I spent way too much time doing this but I do feel I learned a lot, and think other nurses and nursing students would benefit from hearing these stories and researching more on their own. There were things I found in this process that I didn’t even know you could get in trouble for, and it is definitely a great reminder for me to be more careful in my own practice. If you guys know more about this than me, feel free to correct me on stuff!
And if you’re a worrier and feel like you live in constant fear over losing your license over an honest mistake, take a breather. The worst the “honest mistake” people got that I saw were reprimands, which are certainly not career ruining especially if you didn’t intend any harm. But even then, probably 90% of those reprimands were the result of multiple/repeated incidents or blatant negligence.
So be vigilant, be honest with your BON if you make a mistake (bc audits happen and you do not want them finding out on their own), but don’t get bogged down by worrying. It takes more than an honest mistake to even get a wrist slap, and you have to really try to lose your license for good. Just keep being the awesome nurse that you are <3
Sincerely,
a bored LTC nurse who is suddenly wondering if research nursing is my true calling 😂
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2019.03.22 06:17 drunkenjellybears Endorsing RN license from Ca to another state

I wanted to share my experience with this process because I searched everywhere looking for someone in the same boat as me and I couldn't find anything. It seems like everyone wants to endorse from another state to California.
It takes forever. The BRN quotes something like 8-12 weeks and they are not joking. I will say that their timelines are accurate. When it says now processing items recieved between X date and Y date that is what they are working on.
California does not participate in Nursys so you have to mail in a piece of paper to the BRN along with a check for $100. Then you wait. I happen to live close enough that I was able to walk it in so I know that they recieved my paper on January 29th. They mailed my verification to my new state on March 8th.
My breeze account did update for about a week showing that a RN verification letter was pending. My account updated the week after their processing times updated to say "now processing items recieved January 15th - 31st". That made sense since I had dropped mine off towards the end of this time frame. The Monday after my letter got sent out (March 11th) it updated to say now processing items recieved February 1st - 15th.
I did get super impatient and reached out to my local Congressman and state Assemblyman. They reached out to the Department of Consumer Affairs on my behalf. As a result I did recieve an email from the DCA stating that my verification letter had been mailed out on March 8th. Otherwise I would not have known the exact date.
So basically it's a ridiculously long amount of time and you have to sit around and wait. I doubt Ca will make that switch over to Nursys because they want your money. Good luck to anyone else going through this and I hope reading this gives you some peace of mind.
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2019.02.28 22:46 mipeirong Why the hell is California not part of Nursys?!

It's insane that I have to wait 8 weeks for the new state I'm moving to to get my nursing license verified by California because they don't use Nursys... I now have to ask my future employer to push back my start date because I didn't realize how damn long it took...
Sigh... IT and healthcare is truly a clusterfuck.
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2019.01.26 23:26 Estropunk Hoping for advice/reassurance/encouragement about transferring to another state...

Hi everyone,

I’m looking for some advice and hopefully some reassurance – feeling really stressed and anxious – about transferring my nursing license from one state to another (specifically Illinois to New York).

I graduated with my BSN from a college in Illinois and passed the NCLEX in Illinois on 1/8/19, and right after, I moved to central New York to be with my fiancée. I got hired and signed a contract with a great hospital here, but my start date has been delayed due to difficulties getting my license endorsed in the state of New York, and I’m confused by some of the hurtles I’m running into. I would really appreciate any insights or advice or reassurance from anyone who has made a similar move. Here’s the situation as it stands:

I’ve gone to the website to get my nursing license endorsed (http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/nurse/nurseendorse.htm?fbclid=IwAR3LEs7qMdSeN9M9kUNq7dbOd86qrLlRJuFrT4V3SUFnBg7k1Hi3-n-Wxys), which lists three forms to fill out.

I’ve filled out Form 1 and done the additional coursework in Child Abuse Reporting and/or Infection Control.

I am about to print out Form 2 and snail mail it back to my college in Illinois and hope they get it back to New York’s Board of Nursing fast.

Instead of Form 3, I plan to use Nursys to verify my Illinois license. After what felt like waiting forever, Illinois finally did e-mail me my license/number, but it hasn’t appeared on Nursys yet. They said they would have it up next week.

Questions I’m wondering about:
- in general, is all this normal? Is this expected? Should I be freaking out or just being patient?
- Should I go get a New York driver’s license right now, or will that create some kind of problem?
- How long will it take once all three forms for New York endorsement are in for it to go through and appear online so my employer can look it up. I’ve tried calling the New York Board of Nursing multiple times during business hours, but it always goes to voicemail right away, and I never get a call back. Does anyone know?
- Can I visit the state board of nursing office in Albany to talk to someone directly about all this? It’s a bit of a drive, but it would be worth it if I can get things moving along.

As I’m typing all of this out, I’m realizing mostly I’m just frustrated with the wait and would love to hear from anyone who has made a similar move, who has had everything work out, to help me go a little less crazy.

Thanks in advance.
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2019.01.26 23:03 Estropunk Hoping for advice/reassurance/encouragement about transferring to another state...

Hi everyone,

I’m looking for some advice and hopefully some reassurance – feeling really stressed and anxious – about transferring my nursing license from one state to another (specifically Illinois to New York).

I graduated with my BSN from a college in Illinois and passed the NCLEX in Illinois on 1/8/19, and right after, I moved to central New York to be with my fiancée. I got hired and signed a contract with a great hospital here, but my start date has been delayed due to difficulties getting my license endorsed in the state of New York, and I’m confused by some of the hurtles I’m running into. I would really appreciate any insights or advice or reassurance from anyone who has made a similar move. Here’s the situation as it stands:

I’ve gone to the website to get my nursing license endorsed (http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/nurse/nurseendorse.htm?fbclid=IwAR3LEs7qMdSeN9M9kUNq7dbOd86qrLlRJuFrT4V3SUFnBg7k1Hi3-n-Wxys), which lists three forms to fill out.

I’ve filled out Form 1 and done the additional coursework in Child Abuse Reporting and/or Infection Control.

I am about to print out Form 2 and snail mail it back to my college in Illinois and hope they get it back to New York’s Board of Nursing fast.

Instead of Form 3, I plan to use Nursys to verify my Illinois license. After what felt like waiting forever, Illinois finally did e-mail me my license/number, but it hasn’t appeared on Nursys yet. They said they would have it up next week.

Questions I’m wondering about:
- in general, is all this normal? Is this expected? Should I be freaking out or just being patient?
- Should I go get a New York driver’s license right now, or will that create some kind of problem?
- How long will it take once all three forms for New York endorsement are in for it to go through and appear online so my employer can look it up. I’ve tried calling the New York Board of Nursing multiple times during business hours, but it always goes to voicemail right away, and I never get a call back. Does anyone know?
- Can I visit the state board of nursing office in Albany to talk to someone directly about all this? It’s a bit of a drive, but it would be worth it if I can get things moving along.

As I’m typing all of this out, I’m realizing mostly I’m just frustrated with the wait and would love to hear from anyone who has made a similar move, who has had everything work out, to help me go a little less crazy.

Thanks in advance.
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2017.06.12 06:15 tombstoneshadows28 All of the MPAA/CARA-rated films of 2004 (out of the 4,165 films released worldwide that year.)

G
  1. Chestnut: Hero Of Central Park (Director: Robert Vince)
  2. Clifford’s Really Big Movie (Director: Robert C. Ramirez)
  3. Pinocchio 3000 (Director: Daniel Robichaud)
  4. The Polar Express (Director: Robert Zemeckis)
  5. The Princess Diaries II: Royal Engagement (Director: Garry Marshall)
PG
  1. A Cinderella Story (Director: Mark Rosman)
  2. A Good Woman (Director: Mike Barker)
  3. A Series Of Unfortunate Events (Director: Brad Silberling)
  4. A Year In The Death Of Jack Richards (Director: B.P. Paquette)
  5. Admissions (Director: Melissa Painter)
  6. Agent Cody Banks II: Destination London (Director: Kevin Allen)
  7. Arizona Summer (Director: Joey Travolta)
  8. Around The World In 80 Days (Director: Frank Coraci)
  9. Baptists At Our Barbecue (Director: Christian Vuissa)
  10. Benji: Off The Leash! (Director: Joe Camp)
  11. Bobby Jones: Stroke Of Genius (Director: Rowdy Herrington)
  12. Boo, Zino + The Snurks (Directors: Lenard Fritz Krawinkel + Holger Tappe)
  13. Catch That Kid (Director: Bart Freundlich)
  14. Christmas With The Kranks (Director: Joe Roth)
  15. Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen (Director: Sara Sugarman)
  16. Ella Enchanted (Director: Tommy O’Haver)
  17. Fat Albert (Director: Joel Zwick)
  18. Finding Neverland (Director: Marc Forster)
  19. First Daughter (Director: Forest Whitaker)
  20. Funky Monkey (Director: Harry Basil)
  21. Garfield (Director: Peter Hewitt)
  22. George + The Dragon (Director: Tom Reeve)
  23. Guarding Eddy (Director: Scott McKinsey)
  24. Harry Potter + The Prisoner Of Azkaban (Director: Alfonso Cuarón)
  25. Home On The Range (Directors: Will Finn + John Sanford)
  26. Howl’s Moving Castle (Director: Hayao Miyazaki)
  27. Living Life (Director: Jesse Harris)
  28. Mickey (Director: Hugh Wilson)
  29. Miracle (Director: Gavin O’Connor)
  30. Motocross Kids (Director: Richard Gabai)
  31. Napoleon Dynamite (Director: Jared Hess)
  32. National Treasure (Director: Jon Turteltaub)
  33. New York Minute (Director: Dennie Gordon)
  34. Noel (Director: Chazz Palminteri)
  35. Orient Express (Director: Sergiu Nicolaescu)
  36. Proud (Director: Mary Pat Kelly)
  37. Raise Your Voice (Director: Sean McNamara)
  38. Scooby-Doo II: Monsters Unleashed (Director: Raja Gosnell)
  39. Shark Tale (Directors: Bibo Bergeron, Vicky Jenson + Rob Letterman)
  40. Shrek II (Directors: Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury + Conrad Vernon)
  41. Sky Captain + The World Of Tomorrow (Director: Kerry Conran)
  42. Sleepover (Director: Joe Nussbaum)
  43. Soccer Dog: European Cup (Director: Sandy Tung)
  44. Sons Of Provo (Director: Will Swenson)
  45. Stalker (Director: Tony Spataro)
  46. Strings (Director: Anders Rønnow Klarlund)
  47. Superbabies: Baby Geniuses II (Director: Bob Clark)
  48. Teacher’s Pet (Director: Timothy Björklund)
  49. The Best Two Years (Director: Scott S. Anderson)
  50. The Blue Butterfly (Director: Léa Pool)
  51. The Bridge Of San Luis Rey (Director: Mary McGuckian)
  52. The Dust Factory (Director: Eric Small)
  53. The Easter Egg Adventure (Director: John Michael Williams)
  54. The Home Teachers (Director: Kurt Hale)
  55. The Incredibles (Director: Brad Bird)
  56. The Keys To The House (Director: Gianni Amelio)
  57. The Prince + Me (Director: Martha Coolidge)
  58. The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie (Directors: Stephen Hillenburg + Mark Osborne)
  59. The Story Of An African Farm (Director: David Lister)
  60. The Terminal (Director: Steven Spielberg)
  61. The Work + The Glory (Director: Russell Holt)
  62. Thunderbirds (Director: Jonathan Frakes)
  63. Thérèse: The Story of Saint Thérèse of Lisieux (Director: Leonardo Defilippis)
  64. Torque (Director: Joseph Kahn)
  65. Two Brothers (Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud)
  66. Uh Oh! (Director: Jon Cope)
  67. Undercover Kids (Director: Ralph E. Portillo)
  68. Ushpizin (Director: Gidi Dar)
  69. Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie (Director: Hatsuki Tsuji)
PG-13
  1. 13 Going On 30 (Director: Gary Winick)
  2. 50 First Dates (Director: Peter Segal)
  3. A Dull House (Director: Ali Kiani)
  4. AVP: Alien vs. Predator (Director: Paul W.S. Anderson)
  5. After The Sunset (Director: Brett Ratner)
  6. Against The Ropes (Director: Charles S. Dutton)
  7. Along Came Polly (Director: John Hamburg)
  8. Anacondas: The Hunt For The Blood Orchid (Director: Dwight H. Little)
  9. Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy (Director: Adam McKay)
  10. Ayitha Ezhuthu (Director: Mani Ratnam)
  11. Ball + Chain (Director: Shiraz Jafri)
  12. Barbershop II: Back In Business (Director: Kevin Rodney Sullivan)
  13. Battle Of The Brave (Director: Jean Beaudin)
  14. Beyond The Sea (Director: Kevin Spacey)
  15. Black Cloud (Director: Ricky Schroder)
  16. Breakin’ All The Rules (Director: Daniel Taplitz)
  17. Bride + Prejudice (Director: Gurinder Chadha)
  18. Broom Flower (Director: Martin Landeo)
  19. Buds For Life (Director: Gabriel Bologna)
  20. Cape Of Good Hope (Director: Mark Bamford)
  21. Catwoman (Director: Pitof)
  22. Cellular (Director: David R. Ellis)
  23. Centipede! (Director: Gregory Gieras)
  24. Chasing Liberty (Director: Andy Cadiff)
  25. Chicks 101 (Director: Lovinder Gill)
  26. Chicks With Sticks (Director: Kari Skogland)
  27. Connie + Carla (Director: Michael Lembeck)
  28. Corn (Director: Dave Silver)
  29. Crazy Like A Fox (Director: Richard Squires)
  30. Cyber Wars (Director: Jian Hong Kuo)
  31. D.E.B.S. (Director: Angela Robinson)
  32. De-Lovely (Director: Irwin Winkler)
  33. Dear Frankie (Director: Shona Auerbach)
  34. Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights (Director: Guy Ferland)
  35. Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story (Director: Rawson Marshall Thurber)
  36. Duniya Hai Tumhari (Director: Samir Kumar)
  37. Elvis Has Left The Building (Director: Joel Zwick)
  38. Enta omry (Director: Khaled Youssef)
  39. Envy (Director: Barry Levinson)
  40. Evergreen (Director: Enid Zentelis)
  41. Flight Of THe Phoenix (Director: John Moore)
  42. Friday Night Lights (Director: Peter Berg)
  43. Game Box 1.0 (Directors: David Hillenbrand + Scott Hillenbrand)
  44. Ghost In The Shell II: Innocence (Director: Mamoru Oshii)
  45. Godsend (Director: Nick Hamm)
  46. Godzilla: Final Wars (Director: Ryûhei Kitamura)
  47. Hidalgo (Director: Joe Johnston)
  48. Hotel Rwanda (Director: Terry George)
  49. House Of D (Director: David Duchovny)
  50. House Of Flying Daggers (Director: Yimou Zhang)
  51. I, Robot (Director: Alex Proyas)
  52. If Only (Director: Gil Junger)
  53. Illusion (Director: Michael A. Goorjian)
  54. In Good Company (Director: Paul Weitz)
  55. Incident At Loch Ness (Director: Zak Penn)
  56. Jersey Girl (Director: Kevin Smith)
  57. Johnson Family Vacation (Director: Christopher Erskin)
  58. Kejar Amerika (Director: David Sungkar)
  59. Killer Diller (Director: Tricia Brock)
  60. King Arthur (Director: Antoine Fuqua)
  61. La estación ausente (Director: Gustavo Letelier)
  62. Ladder 49 (Director: Jay Russell)
  63. Ladies In Lavender (Director: Charles Dance)
  64. Laws Of Attraction (Director: Peter Howitt)
  65. Little Black Book (Director: Nick Hurran)
  66. Look At Me (Director: Agnès Jaoui)
  67. Mean Girls (Director: Mark Waters)
  68. Meet The Fockers (Director: Jay Roach)
  69. Melinda + Melinda (Director: Woody Allen)
  70. Million Dollar Baby (Director: Clint Eastwood)
  71. Millions (Director: Danny Boyle)
  72. Mountain Patrol (Director: Chuan Lu)
  73. Mr. 3000 (Director: Charles Stone III)
  74. My Baby’s Daddy (Director: Cheryl Dunye)
  75. Nobody Knows (Director: Hirokazu Koreeda)
  76. Ocean’s Twelve (Director: Steven Soderbergh)
  77. Our Italian Husband (Director: Ilaria Borrelli)
  78. Paparazzi (Director: Paul Abascal)
  79. Pearl Diver (Director: Sidney King)
  80. Perfect Opposites (Director: Matt Cooper)
  81. Personal Sergeant (Director; Anthony V. Orkin)
  82. Pizza: The Movie (Director: Donald GregorY)
  83. Primer (Director: Shane Carruth)
  84. Raising Helen (Director: Garry Marshall)
  85. Ray (Director: Taylor Hackford)
  86. Saint Ralph (Director: Michael McGowan)
  87. Saved! (Director: Brian Dannelly)
  88. Sci-Fighter (Director: Art Camacho)
  89. Secret Window (Director: David Koepp)
  90. Shadow Of Fear (Director: Rich Cowan)
  91. Shall We Dance? (Director: Peter Chelsom)
  92. Silver Hawk (Director: Jingle Ma)
  93. Spanglish (Director: James L. Brooks)
  94. Speak (Director: Jessica Sharzer)
  95. Spectres (Director: Phil Leirness)
  96. Spider-Man II (Director: Sam Raimi)
  97. Starsky + Hutch (Director: Todd Phillips)
  98. Steamboy (Director: Katsuhiro Ôtomo)
  99. Surviving Christmas (Director: Mike Mitchell)
  100. Taxi (Director: Tim Story)
  101. The Alamo (Director: John Lee Hancock)
  102. The Almost Guys (Director: Eric Fleming)
  103. The Aryan Couple (Director: John Daly)
  104. The Aviator (Director: Martin Scorsese)
  105. The Best Bet (Director: Jack Neo)
  106. The Big Bounce (Director: George Armitage)
  107. The Bourne Supremacy (Director: Paul Greengrass)
  108. The Chorus (Director: Christopher Barratier)
  109. The Chronicles Of Riddick (Director: David Twohy)
  110. The Cookout (Director: Lance Rivera)
  111. The Day After Tomorrow (Director: Roland Emmerich)
  112. The Final Cut (Director: Omar Naim)
  113. The Forgotten (Director: Joseph Ruben)
  114. The Good Shepherd (The Confessor) (Director: Lewin Webb)
  115. The Great Challenge (Director: Julien Seri)
  116. The Grudge (Director: Takashi Shimizu)
  117. The Notebook (Director: Nick Cassavetes)
  118. The Off Season (Director: James Felix McKenney)
  119. The Perfect Score (Director: Brian Robbins)
  120. The Phantom Of The Opera (Director: Joel Schumacher)
  121. The Sea Inside (Director: Alejandro Amenábar)
  122. The Seat Filler (Director: Nick Castle)
  123. The Stepford Wives (Director: Frank Oz)
  124. The Village (Director: M. Night Shyamalan)
  125. The White Dragon (Director: Wilson Yip)
  126. The Whole Ten Yards (Director: Howard Deutch)
  127. Turtles Can Fly (Director: Bahman Ghobadi)
  128. Van Helsing (Director: Stephen Sommers)
  129. Vanity Fair (Director: Mira Nair)
  130. Walking Tall (Director: Kevin Bray)
  131. Welcome To Mooseport (Director: Donald Petrie)
  132. White Chicks (Director: Keenen Ivory Wayans)
  133. White Girl Young Pretty (Director: Christopher Egli)
  134. White Rainbow (Director: Dharan Mandrayar)
  135. Wicker Park (Director: Paul McGuigan)
  136. Wimbledon (Director: Richard Loncraine)
  137. Win A Date With Tad Hamilton! (Director: Robert Luketic)
  138. Without A Paddle (Director: Steven Brill)
  139. You Got Served (Director: Chris Stokes)
R
  1. 11:11 (Director: Michael Bafaro)
  2. 2046 (Director: Kar-Wai Wong)
  3. 2BPerfectlyHonest (Director: Randal Cole)
  4. 3-Iron (Director: Ki-duk Kim)
  5. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover (Director: Jordan Hawley)
  6. 5x2 (Director: François Ozon)
  7. A Cowboy’s Silver Lining (Directors: Bevan Bell + Anthony Howald)
  8. A Day Without A Mexican(Director: Sergio Arau)
  9. A Different Loyalty (Director: Marek Kanievska)
  10. A Dot And A Line (Director: Elia K. Schneider)
  11. A Home At The End Of The World (Director: Michael Mayer)
  12. A Killer Within (Director: Brad Keller)
  13. A Love Song For Bobby Long (Director: Shainee Gabel)
  14. A Very Long Engagement (Director: Jean-Pierre Jeunet)
  15. Ab-normal Beauty (Director: Oxide Chun Pang)
  16. Adam + Evil (Director: Andrew Van Slee)
  17. A Fond Kiss... (Director: Ken Loach)
  18. Alexander (Director: Oliver Stone)
  19. Alfie (Director: Charles Shyer)
  20. Alive (Director: Frédéric Berthe)
  21. Anna’s Eve (Director: Dantz)
  22. Appleseed (Directors: Shinji Aramaki + Steven Foster)
  23. Around The Bend (Director: Jordan Roberts)
  24. Art Heist (Director: Bryan Goeres)
  25. Aussie Park Boyz (Director: Nunzio La Bianca)
  26. Back By Midnight (Director: Harry Basil)
  27. Bad Meat (Director: Scott Dikkers)
  28. Bandido (Director: Roger Christian)
  29. Bcuz Of U (Directors: Mae Czarina Cruz, Cathy Garcia-Molina, John-D Lazatin)
  30. Bear Cub (Director: Miguel Albaladejo)
  31. Before Sunset (Director: Richard Linklater)
  32. Being Julia (Director: István Szabó)
  33. Bereft (Director: Tim Daly + Clark Mathis)
  34. Berserker: Hell’s Warrior: Paul Matthews)
  35. Birth (Director: Jonathan Glazer)
  36. Black Sheep Squadron (Director: Drew Stone)
  37. Blade: Trinity (Director: David S. Goyer)
  38. Blast (Director: Anthony Hickox)
  39. Blessed (Director: Simon Fellows)
  40. Bloodline (Directors: Keith Coulouris + David Schrader)
  41. Book Of Love (Director: Alan Brown)
  42. Boricua (Director: Marisol Adler)
  43. Born To Fight (Director: Panna Rittikrai)
  44. Breaking Dawn (Director: Mark Edwin Robinson)
  45. Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason (Director: Beeban Kidron)
  46. Brooklyn Bound (Director: Rich Devaney)
  47. Brothers (Director: Susanne Bier)
  48. Bullet Boy (Director: Saul Dibb)
  49. Cavedweller (Director: Lisa Cholodenko)
  50. Cero y van 4 (Directors: Carlos Carrera + Alejandro Gamboa, Fernando Sariñana + Antonio Serrano)
  51. Chainsaw Sally (Director: Jimmyo Burril)
  52. Charlie (Director: Malcolm Needs)
  53. Childstar (Director: Don McKellar)
  54. Chrystal (Director: Ray McKinnon)
  55. Clean (Director: Olivier Assayas)
  56. Closer (Director: Mike Nichols)
  57. Club Dread (Broken Lizard’s) (Director: Jay Chandrasekhar)
  58. Coalition (Director: Joseph Ariola)
  59. Collateral (Director: Michael Mann)
  60. Company K (Director: Robert Clem)
  61. Control (Director: Tim Hunter)
  62. Crash (Director: Paul Haggis)
  63. Creep (Director: Christopher Smith)
  64. Criminal (Director: Gregory Jacobs)
  65. Crimson Rivers II: Angels Of The Apocalypse (Director: Olivier Dehan)
  66. Cronicas (Director: Sebastián Cordero)
  67. Crutch (Director: Rob Moretti)
  68. Cube Zero (Director: Ernie Barbarash)
  69. Dandelion (Director: Mark Milgard)
  70. Dark Harvest II: The Maize (Director: Bill Cowell)
  71. Dark Queen (Director: Ken LaVan)
  72. Dawn Of The Dead (Director: Zack Snyder)
  73. Dead + Breakfast (Director: Matthew Leutwyler)
  74. Dead Birds (Director: Alex Turner)
  75. Dead Clowns (Director: Steve Sessions)
  76. Dead Cool (Director: David Cohen)
  77. Dead Easy (Director: Neal Sundstrom)
  78. Dead End Road (Director: Jeff Burton)
  79. Dead Horse (Director: Paul Geiger)
  80. Dead Meat (Director: Conor McMahon)
  81. Dead Scared (Director: Rolfe Kanefsky)
  82. Death 4 Told (Directors: Bo Buckley + C. Michael Close)
  83. Death Valley (Directors: David Kebo + Rudi Liden)
  84. Death Valley: The Revenge Of Bloody Bill (Director: Byron Werner)
  85. Debating Robert Lee (Director: Dan Polier)
  86. Decoys (Director: Matthew Hastings)
  87. Dinocroc (Director: Kevin O’Neill)
  88. Direct Action (Director: Sidney J. Furie)
  89. District B13 (Director: Pierre Morel)
  90. Dog Gone Love (Director: Rob Lundsgaard)
  91. Don’t Forget The Struggle (Director: Drew Stone)
  92. Pact With The Devil (Director: Allan A. Goldstein)
  93. Down To The Bone (Director: Debra Granik)
  94. Downfall (Director: Oliver Hirschbiegel)
  95. Downtown: A Street Tale (Director: Rafal Zielinski)
  96. Dracula 3000 (Director: Darrell Roodt)
  97. Duck Season (Director: Fernando Eimbcke)
  98. El padrino (Director: Damian Chapa)
  99. Employee Of The Month (Director: Mitch Rouse)
  100. Enduring Love (Director: Roger Michell)
  101. Eros (Directors: Michelangelo Antonioni, Steven Soderbergh + Kar-Wai Wong)
  102. Eternal (Director: Willhelm Liebenberg + Federico Sanchez)
  103. Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (Director: Michel Gondry)
  104. Eulogy (Director: Michael Clancy)
  105. EuroTrip (Directors: Jeff Schaffer, Alec Berg + David Mandel)
  106. Even Trade (Director: Michael Merrill)
  107. Evil Eyes (Director: Mark Atkins)
  108. Evil Remains (Director: James Merendino)
  109. Exorcist: The Beginning (Director: Renny Harlin)
  110. Face (Director: Sang-gon Yoo)
  111. Face Of Terror (Director: Bryan Goeres)
  112. Fakers (Director: Richard Janes)
  113. Fascination (Director: Klaus Menzel)
  114. Fight Night (Director: Derek J.W. Wybourn)
  115. Fighting Tommy Riley (Director: Eddie O’Flaherty)
  116. Four Dead Batteries (Director: Hiram Martinez)
  117. Freeze (Director: John Simpson)
  118. Garden State (Director: Zach Braff)
  119. Gas (Director: Henry Chan)
  120. Ginger Snaps II: Unleashed (Director: Brett Sullivan)
  121. Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning (Director: Grant Harvey)
  122. Going The Distance (Director: Mark Griffiths)
  123. Guys + Balls (Director: Sherry Hormann)
  124. Hair Show (Director: Leslie Small)
  125. Harold + Kumar Go To White Castle (Director: Danny Leiner)
  126. Harvest Of Fear (Director: Brad Goodman)
  127. Haven (Director: Frank E. Flowers)
  128. He Who Lives (Director: Kent Herriman)
  129. Head In The Clouds (Director: John Duigan)
  130. Head-On (Director: Fatih Akin)
  131. Hellbent (Director: Paul Etheredge)
  132. Hellboy (Director: Guillermo del Toro)
  133. Hellbreeder (Directors: James Eaves + Johannes Roberts)
  134. Hide + Creep (Director: Chuck Hartsell + Chance Shirley)
  135. Highwaymen (Director: Robert Harmon)
  136. Hittin’ It! (Director: David Daniel)
  137. Home of Phobia (Director: Ryan Shiraki)
  138. House Of Voices (Director: Pascal Laugier)
  139. I Accidentally Domed Your Son (Director: Ryan Combs)
  140. I Heart Huckabees (Director: David O. Russell)
  141. I Love Cinema (Director: Oussama Fawzi)
  142. Imaginary Heroes (Director: Dan Harris)
  143. Immortal (Director: Enki Bilal)
  144. In Enemy Hands (Director: Tony Giglio)
  145. In My Country (Director: John Boorman)
  146. In My Father’s Den (Director: Brad McGann)
  147. Infection (Director: Masayuki Ochiai)
  148. Inheritance (Director: Kris Kristensen)
  149. Innocence (Director: Lucile Hadzihalilovic)
  150. Innocent Voices (Director: Luis Mandoki)
  151. Insight Of Evil (Director: Nigel Hartwell)
  152. Intern Academy (Whitecoats) (Director: Dave Thomas)
  153. Intimate Strangers (Director: Patrice Leconte)
  154. It’s All Gone Pete Tong (Director: Michael Dowse)
  155. Jack O’Lantern (Director: Ron McLellen)
  156. Jackhammer (Director: Joe Castro)
  157. Jailbait (Director: Brett C. Leonard)
  158. Jennifer’s Shadow (Directors: Daniel de la Vega + Pablo Parés)
  159. Jiminy Glick in Lalawood (Director: Vadim Jean)
  160. Joy Road (Director: Harry A. Davis)
  161. Justice (Directors: Jeanne-Marie Almonor + John Shulman)
  162. Keane (Director: Lodge Kerrigan)
  163. Kibakichi: Bakko-yokaiden II (Director: Tomo'o Haraguchi + Daiji Hattori)
  164. Kill Bill, Vol. II (Director: Quentin Tarantino)
  165. Killer Weekend (Director: Fabien Pruvot)
  166. King Of THe Corner (Director: Peter Riegert)
  167. Kinsey (Director: Bill Condon)
  168. Knots (Director: Greg Lombardo)
  169. Koma (Director: Chi-Leung Law)
  170. Kung Fu Hustle (Director: Stephen Chow)
  171. L.A. D.J. (Director: Thomas Ian Nicholas)
  172. Larceny (Director: Irving Schwartz)
  173. Latin Dragon (Director: Scott Thomas)
  174. Layer Cake (Director: Matthew Vaughn)
  175. Lila Says (Director: Ziad Doueiri)
  176. Looking For Kitty (Director: Edward Burns)
  177. Lost (Director: Darren Lemke)
  178. Love On The Side (Director: Vic Sarin)
  179. Lovesick: Sick Love (Director: Wolfgang Büld)
  180. Lucky (Director: Steve Cuden)
  181. Madhouse (Director: William Butler)
  182. Mail Order Wife (Directors: Huck Botko + Andrew Gurland)
  183. Man On Fire (Director: Tony Scott)
  184. Marebito (Director: Takashi Shimizu)
  185. Maria Full Of Grace (Director: Joshua Marston)
  186. Marie + Bruce (Director: Tom Cairns)
  187. Matando Cabos (Director: Alejandro Lozano)
  188. Mean Creek (Director: Jacob Estes)
  189. Meet Market (Director: Charlie Loventhal)
  190. Men Without Jobs (Director: Mad Matthewz)
  191. Method (Director: Duncan Roy)
  192. Mickeybo + Me (Director: Terry Loane)
  193. Mind The Gap (Director: Eric Schaeffer)
  194. Mindhunters (Director: Renny Harlin)
  195. Modigliani (Director: Mick Davis)
  196. Monsoon Wife (Director: Marlin Darrah)
  197. Moscow Heat (Director: Jeff Celentano)
  198. Murder-Set-Pieces (Director: Nick Palumbo)
  199. Musafir (Director: Sanjay Gupta)
  200. My Name Is Modesty: A Modesty Blaise Adventure (Director: Scott Spiegel)
  201. My Summer Of Love (Director: Pawel Pawlikowski)
  202. Near Death (Director: Joe Castro)
  203. Never Die Alone (Director: Ernest R. Dickerson)
  204. New Police Story (Director: Benny Chan)
  205. Night Watch (Director: Timur Bekmambetov)
  206. Nine Lives (Director: Dean Howell)
  207. No Witness (Director: Michael Valverde)
  208. Noise (Director: Tony Spiridakis)
  209. Nora’s Hair Salon (Director: Jerry LaMothe)
  210. November (Director: Greg Harrison)
  211. Nursie (Director: Joe C. Maxwell)
  212. Off The Lip (Director: Robert Mickelson)
  213. On The Outs (Director: Lori Silverbush + Michael Skolnik)
  214. One Last Ride (Director: Tony Vitale)
  215. One Point O (Directors: Jeff Renfroe + Marteinn Thorsson)
  216. Only Human (Directors: Dominic Harari + Teresa Pelegri)
  217. Out Of Season (Director: Jevon O’Neill)
  218. Outlaw Street Cars: Death Or Glory (Director: Drew Stone)
  219. Overserved (Director: Joseph Gatto)
  220. P.S. (Director: Dylan Kidd)
  221. Paper Cut (Director: Archie Borders)
  222. Parasite (Director: Andrew Prendergast)
  223. Phil The Alien (Director: Rob Stefaniuk)
  224. Playing Clandestine (Director: Shannon Christian)
  225. Post Impact (Director: Christoph Schrewe)
  226. Poster Boy (Director: Zak Tucker)
  227. Premonition (Director: Norio Tsuruta)
  228. Puerto Vallarta Squeeze (Director: Arthur Allan Seidelman)
  229. Purgatory House (Director: Cindy Baer)
  230. Pursued (Director: Kristoffer Tabori)
  231. Quality Of Life (Director: Benjamin Morgan)
  232. Quiet Kill (Director: Mark Jones)
  233. R-Point (Director: Su-chang Kong)
  234. Rage + Discipline (Director: Brian Clyde)
  235. Raising Genius (Directors: Linda Voorhees + Bess Wiley)
  236. Rancid (Director: Jack Ersgard)
  237. Rapid Fear (Director: Geoff Cox)
  238. Raspberry Heaven (Director: David Oas)
  239. Red Dust (Director: Tom Hooper)
  240. Redemption (Director: Jose H. Garofalo)
  241. Renegade (Director: Jan Kounen)
  242. Resident Evil: Apocalypse (Director: Alexander Witt)
  243. Retrograde (Director: Christopher Kulikowski)
  244. Return To Sender (Director: Bille August)
  245. Riding The Bullet (Director: Mick Garris)
  246. Ripper II: Letter From Within (Directors Jonas Quastel + Lloyd A. Simandl)
  247. Romasanta: The Werewolf Hunt (Director: Paco Plaza)
  248. Rory O’Shea Was Here (Director: Damien O’Donnell)
  249. Rottweiler (Director: Brian Yuzna)
  250. Running (Director: Steven A. Milling)
  251. S.C.I.E.N.C.E. (Director: Jordan Noce)
  252. Samaritan Girl (Director: Ki-duk Kim)
  253. Sandtown (Director: Roberto Monticello)
  254. Satan’s Little Helper (Director: Jeff Lieberman)
  255. Savage Island (Director: Jeffery Scott Lando)
  256. Saving Face (Director: Alice Wu)
  257. Saw (Director: James Wan)
  258. School For Seduction (Director: Sue Heel)
  259. Second Best (Director: Eric Weber)
  260. See This Movie (Director: David M. Rosenthal)
  261. Seed Of Chucky (Director: Don Mancini)
  262. Seeing Other People (Director: Wallace Wolodarsky)
  263. Sepemb8er Tapes (Director: Christian Johnston)
  264. Serial Killing 4 Dummys (Director: Trace Slobotkin)
  265. Sensual Life (Director: Ken Kwapis)
  266. Shadows Of The Dead (Director: Carl Lindbergh)
  267. Shallow Ground (Director: Sheldon Wilson)
  268. Shaun Of The Dead (Director: Edgar Wright)
  269. She Hate me (Director: Spike Lee)
  270. Shelf Life (Director: Mark Tuit)
  271. Show Me (Director: Cassandra Nicolaou)
  272. Siblings (Director: David Weaver)
  273. SideFX (Director: Patrick Johnson)
  274. Sideways (Director: Alexander Payne)
  275. Silver City (Director: John Sayles)
  276. Simple Revenge (Director: Brian Averill)
  277. Skarecrow (Director: Ben Dixon)
  278. Skinned Deep (Director: Gabriel Bartalos)
  279. Soul Plane (Director: Jessy Terrero)
  280. Spartan (Director: David Mamet)
  281. Spider Forest (Director: Il-gon Song)
  282. Spirits (Director: Victor Vu)
  283. Stage Beauty (Director: Richard Eyre)
  284. Starkweather (Director: Byron Werner)
  285. Stateside (Director: Reverge Anselmo)
  286. Stealing Summer (Director: Adam Zuehlke)
  287. Stella Street (Director: Peter Richardson)
  288. Straight Into Darkness (Director: Jeff Burr)
  289. Strange Bedfellows (Director: Dean Murphy)
  290. Street Tales Of Terror (Directors: J.D. Hawkins + Corey Shields)
  291. Suburban Secrets (Director: Joseph W. Sarno)
  292. Sugar (Director: John Palmer)
  293. Summer Storm (Director: Marco Kreuzpaintner)
  294. Survival Of The Illest (Director: Greg Carter)
  295. Suspect Zero (Director: E. Elias Merhige)
  296. Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War (Director: Je-kyu Kang)
  297. Taking Lives (Director: D.J. Caruso)
  298. Target (Director: William Webb)
  299. Team America: World Police (Director: Trey Parker)
  300. Tempesta (Director: Tim Disney)
  301. Temple Of Fear (Director: Jennifer Abbott)
  302. The 24th Day (Director: Tony Piccirillo)
  303. The Assassination Of Richard Nixon (Director: Niels Mueller)
  304. The Beautiful Country (Director: Hans Petter Moland)
  305. The Best Thief In The World (Director: Jacob Kornbluth)
  306. The Black Shoe Drifter (Director: R. Clifford Olson)
  307. The Bloodletting (Director: Shaun Paul Piccinino)
  308. The Breakup Artist (Director: Vincent Rubino)
  309. The Butterfly Effect (Director: Eric Bress + J. Mackye Gruber)
  310. The Calcium Kid (Director: Alex de Rakoff)
  311. The Clearing (Director: Pieter Jan Brugge)
  312. The Curse Of The Komodo (Director: Jim Wynorski)
  313. The Defender (Director: Dolph Lundgren)
  314. The Deviants (Director: Reid Waterer)
  315. The Door In The Floor (Director: Tod Williams)
  316. The Eavesdropper (Director: Andrew Bakalar)
  317. The Edukators (Director: Hans Weingartner)
  318. The Eliminator (Director: Ken Barbet)
  319. The Eye II (Director: Danny Pang + Oxide Chun Pang)
  320. The Football Factory (Director: Nick Love)
  321. The Girl Next Door (Director: Luke Greenfield)
  322. The Grey (Director: Shane Dax Taylor)
  323. The Gunman (Director: Daniel Millican)
  324. The Halfway House (Director: Kenneth J. Hall)
  325. The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things (Director: Asia Argento)
  326. The Hidden Blade (Director: Yôji Yamada)
  327. The Hillside Strangler (Director: Chuck Parello)
  328. The Holy Girl (Director: Lucrecia Martel)
  329. The I Inside (Director: Roland Suso Richter)
  330. The Keeper (Director: Paul Lynch)
  331. The Ladykillers (Director: Joel Coen)
  332. The Last Letter (Director: Russell Gannon)
  333. The Last Run (Director: Jonathan Segal)
  334. The Last Shot (Director: Jeff Nathanson)
  335. The Libertine (Director: Laurence Dunmore)
  336. The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (Director: Wes Anderson)
  337. The Life: What’s Your Pleasure? (Yo Puta) (Director: María “Luna” Lidón)
  338. The Long Weekend (Director: D.W. Gordon)
  339. The Machinist (Director: Brad Anderson)
  340. The Mailman (Director: Tony Mark)
  341. The Manchurian Candidate (Director: Jonathan Demme)
  342. The Merchant Of Venice (Director: Michael Radford)
  343. The Motorcycle Diaries (Director: Walter Salles)
  344. The Passion Of The Christ (Director: Mel Gibson)
  345. The Punisher (Director: Jonathan Hensleigh)
  346. The Purifiers (Director: Richard Jobson)
  347. The Right Way (Director: Mark Penney)
  348. The Rockville Slayer (Director: Marc Selz)
  349. The Scare Hole (Director: J.S. Cardone)
  350. The Ski Trip (Director: Maurice Jamal)
  351. The Uninvited Guest (Director: Guillem Morales)
  352. The Woodsman (Director: Nicole Kassell)
  353. Three-Way (3-Way) (Director: Scott Ziehl)
  354. Three...Extremes (Directors: Fruit Chan, Takashi Miike + Chan-wook Park)
  355. Tony ‘n’ Tina’s Wedding (Director: Roger Paradiso)
  356. Toolbox Murders (Director: Tobe Hooper)
  357. Touch Of Pink (Director: Ian Iqbal Rashid)
  358. Trauma (Director: Marc Evans)
  359. Triad Underworld (Director: Ching-Po Wong)
  360. Tropix (Directors: Percy Angress + Livia Linden)
  361. Troy (Director: Wolfgang Petersen)
  362. True Vinyl (Directors: Scott Falconer + Scott Hatley)
  363. Twisted (Director: Philip Kaufman)
  364. Unconscious (Joaquín Oristrell)
  365. Undertow (Director: David Gordon Green)
  366. Unstoppable (Director: David Carson)
  367. Up Against The 8-Ball (Director: Troy Curvey, Jr. + Miguel A. Núñez Jr.)
  368. Up + Down (Director: Jan Hrebejk)
  369. Up In Harlem (Director: Paul E. Eliacin)
  370. Vampires: The Turning (Director: Marty Weiss)
  371. Vendetta: No Conscience, No Mercy (Director: Daniel McCarthy)
  372. Vera Drake (Director: Mike Leight)
  373. Vital (Director: Shin’ya Tsukamoto)
  374. Wake Of Death (Director: Philippe Martinez)
  375. Walk On Water (Director: Eytan Fox)
  376. Water (Director: Jennifer Houlton)
  377. We Don’t Live Here Anymore (Director: John Curran)
  378. Werewolf Warrior (Director: Tomo’o Haraguchi)
  379. When Will I Be Loved? (Director: James Toback)
  380. White Skin (La peau blanche) (Director: Daniel Roby)
  381. Wild Roomies (Director: Oliver Robins)
  382. Wilderness Survival For Girls (Director: Eli B. Despres + Kim Roberts)
  383. Winter Solstice (Director: Josh Sternfeld)
  384. Wolf (Director: Miguel Courtois)
  385. Woman, Thou Art Loosed (Director: Michael Schultz)
  386. Yes (Director: Sally Potter)
  387. Yesterday (Director: Darrell Roodt)
  388. Zombie Nation (Director: Ulli Lommel)
NC-17
  1. A Dirty Shame (Director: John Waters)
  2. Bad Education (Director: Pedro Almodóvar)
  3. Ma mère (Director: Christophe Honoré)
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