It's a bro-centric year for movies added to the prestigious National Film Registry.
Two of the most popular male-bonding movies of all time — "Top Gun" and "The Shawshank Redemption" — are being added to the collection of films preserved by the Library of Congress, the library announced Wednesday.
They'll be joined by an all-male quartet that's about to get an all-female reboot — the gang from "Ghostbusters."
Each year, the library picks 25 movies to preserve for their cultural, historic or artistic importance. The list is always eclectic and, as usual, includes titles that are older, experimental or otherwise obscure.