"Brokeback Mountain" is among the 10 films that the American Film Institute has judged as the most outstanding motion pictures of the year
American Film Institute (AFI) has on Sunday named several qualified movies as its 10 best movies of 2005. Among those judged as the most outstanding motion pictures of the year is drama romance "Brokeback Mountain." Also there are "Syriana," "Munich," and "The 40-Year-Old Virgin."
Besides them all, AFI also named the likes of "Capote," "King Kong," "Crash," "Good Night, and Good Luck," "The Squid and the Whale" and "A History of Violence." The AFI will then honor the creative ensembles behind each of the honorees January 13 at a luncheon at the Four Seasons in Los Angeles.