The American Film Institute announced its top-10 movies and its top-10 TV shows.
AFI certainly doesn't always appeal to my tastes, but it generally does better than, say, the Academy Awards, for instance. In fact, I just started watching my last film on AFI's top-100 movies of all time list, the three+ hour, 1915 silent film, Intolerance. When I knock that one out, I will have seen all 100 films on the list and 90-95 of them are what I would consider great films. The Oscars are a smaller sample size each year, but they always feel 50-50 to me and driven by fads and popular mood swings.
So here's AFI's list for 2010.
The Social Network
Toy Story 3
The Kids Are All Right
I've not seen any of these (yes, I'm the one person in America who hasn't either Inception or Toy Story 3) but I have five of these on my urgent to-watch list.