But if Twilight is going to be considered a Movie staple, than consider me also as having NOT SEEN. And I don't see myself ever wanting to watch those.
And those lists really aren't that great. Sure they have good movies/songs/whatever the list is sometimes. But they are not consistent. I mean how is Casablanca the 2nd best film of all time in 1998, but then as of 2007, is the 3rd best film of all time? Did the people who make the list have a change of heart 10 years later? Did the estate of Marlon Brando pay off the AFI? Did people who made the first list retire/quit/pass away/didn't care anymore/forget? I could understand if it was bumped by a movie that was released in the time that had passed. That is fine. But it was bumped by a movie that had been out for 40 years already.
The General was released in 1927!?!?! As of 1998, it was not even considered one of the greatest 100 films ever. But 10 years later, it is now the 18th greatest movie of all time? Does that mean in 6 more years, Minority Report could crack the top 100? Maybe AFI revotes and makes The Towering Inferno # 41 all time?