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Film Group Honors Box Office Hits, Arthouse Movies
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – A group of film industry notables on Sunday declared such crowd-pleasers as “Spider-Man 2” and “The Incredibles” as the best movies of 2004, alongside smaller offerings like “Maria Full of Grace” and “Sideways.”
The pictures were among the 10 selected for the American Film Institute’s annual AFI Awards. They were listed alphabetically, rather than in order of merit.
Also cited were “The Aviator,” “Collateral,” “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “Friday Night Lights,” “Kinsey” and “Million Dollar Baby.”
Director Martin Scorsese’s “The Aviator,” starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Howard Hughes, opens nationwide on Dec. 25. “Million Dollar Baby,” which stars and was directed by Clint Eastwood, opens in limited release on Dec. 17.
The 13-person jury included actor James Cromwell, Chicago Tribune critic Roger Ebert and a few academics and producers.
The films will be honored during a ceremony in Beverly Hills on Jan. 14.
A separate jury also named the top 10 TV shows and films of 2004, with cable accounting for seven of them: the HBO series “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “Deadwood,” “The Sopranos” and TV movie “Something the Lord Made,” FX’s “Nip/Tuck” and “The Shield,” and Comedy Central’s “South Park.” Rounding out the list were Fox’s Emmy-winning “Arrested Development” and the hit ABC newcomers “Desperate Housewives” and “Lost.”