The Library of Congress has added 25 films to its National Film Registry, with some familiar titles in the mix, reports the LA Times:
- A Christmas Story (1983): Yep, the perennial favorite about the quest for a Red Ryder BB gun.
- The Matrix (1999): The one that started the sci-fi franchise, with Keanu Reeves and Laurence Fishburne.
- Dirty Harry (1971): Clint Eastwood introduced Detective Harry Callahan to San Francisco and the nation.
- Slacker (1991): Richard Linklater's innovative indie flick about a day in the life of Austin, Texas.
- A League of Their Own (1992): Penny Marshall's movie about a women's baseball league, complete with Madonna.
- Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961): With Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly.
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, which includes an 1897 film about a famed boxing match and the 1984 documentary about San Francisco's Harvey Milk.