The Library of Congress has named their choice for the latest American movies to be named to the National Film Registry. The typically eclectic list of influential movies includes John Huston's landmark WWII documentary Let There Be Light, Saturday Night Fever, The Exorcist, Airplane!, The Empire Strikes Back and much more esoteric classic fare. TV network executives across the nation are probably collectively grinding their teeth as films named in the registry are prohibited from being edited for broadcast - and many of these movies are routinely butchered when shown on television. Click here for more.
Feeing blue: Fox executives have to cope with the fact that illegal downloads of Avatar have amounted to over 16 million to date.
By Lee Pfeiffer
Avatar has another distinction aside from being the highest grossing (and most over-rated) film of all time. Seems that the 2009 release is also the most pirated film of 2010, with over 16 million illegal downloads of James Cameron's sci-fi epic to date. Click here for the full list of other most-pirated films during 2010.