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Over the last few weeks the American Film Institute unveiled its list of top 10 films of 2008, which included obvious choices like "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" and nice surprises like "Iron Man" and "Wendy and Lucy" too. (See The Envelope's photo gallery Here.) Then came AFI's list of top 10 TV shows with the predictable "Mad Man" and "The Office" plus the quirky "Breaking Bad" and "Life." (See AFI TV top 10 photo gallery Here.) Now AFI announces the top "Eight Moments of Significance in Film, TV and Web," which is full of odd selections and/or backup explanations. For example, AFI hails "Slumdog Millionaire." Huh? The movie isn't on AFI's list of »

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