'Toy Story 3,' 'Social Network' among AFI's top 10

FILE - In this publicity file image released by Columbia Pictures, from left, Andrew Garfield, Joseph Mazzello, Jesse Eisenberg and Patrick Maple are shown in a scene from "The Social Network." Movie fans are spending some face time with a story about the founders of Facebook. "The Social Network," a drama about the quarrelsome creation of the online juggernaut, debuted as the No. 1 weekend film with US$23 million. (AP Photo/Columbia Pictures, Merrick Morton, File)

December 12, 2010 1:35:00 PM PST
The blockbusters "Inception" and "Toy Story 3," the Facebook drama "The Social Network," the heist thriller "The Town" and the Western "True Grit" are among the American Film Institute's top-10 movies of the year.

Also on the AFI list Sunday were the ballet drama "Black Swan," the boxing saga "The Fighter," the lesbian-family tale "The Kids Are All Right," the survival story "127 Hours" and the Ozarks crime thriller "Winter's Bone."

Unlike other film honors, AFI does not rank films or pick one as the year's best. The filmmakers behind the top-10 choices will be honored at a luncheon Jan. 14.

The British monarchy drama "The King's Speech," an Academy Awards favorite, was ineligible because it is a British production, and the AFI awards honor films with largely American backing. But the AFI did present a special award to "The King's Speech." Another special award went to the education documentary "Waiting for `Superman."' It was ineligible for the AFI's top 10, which honors narrative films.

The AFI also picked its top-10 TV programs of 2010: "The Big C," "Boardwalk Empire," "Breaking Bad," "Glee," "Mad Men," "Modern Family," "The Pacific," "Temple Grandin," "30 Rock" and "The Walking Dead."