The American Film Institute released their lists of the top movies and TV shows of the year. And they take this stuff seriously.

According to their website, the "honorees" are, "deemed by AFI's Jury to be culturally and artistically representative of the year's most significant achievements," and "acknowledge the collaborative nature of film and TV production, bringing the community's creative teams together in a unique celebration of their work."

Yeah, that's how I navigate my entertainment options, too. Here are their selections the Top Movies of 2017, in alphabetical order:

  • Movie: "The Big Sick"
  • Movie: "Call Me By Your Name"
  • Movie: "Dunkirk"
  • Movie: "The Florida Project"
  • Movie: "Get Out"
  • Movie: "Lady Bird"
  • Movie: "The Post"
  • Movie: "The Shape of Water"
  • Movie: "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri"
  • Movie: "Wonder Woman"

Maybe you've actually watched some of those movies or maybe you've never even heard of most of them. Here's a rundown that's based on stuff you actually know.

Apple Music released their Top 10 most downloaded movies and shows, and for better or worse, here's what every-day Americans are actually watching.

The Top iTunes Movies for 2017:

  1. Movie: "Moana"
  2. Movie: "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"
  3. Movie: "Wonder Woman"
  4. Movie: "Sing"
  5. Movie: "Guardians of the Galaxy, Volume 2"
  6. Movie: "Trolls"
  7. Movie: "Doctor Strange"
  8. Movie: "Beauty and the Beast"
  9. Movie: "Arrival"
  10. Movie: "Spider-Man: Homecoming"