With Christmas just around the corner, 25 movies have been added to the National Film Registry and this year the likes of “Titanic,” “Die Hard” and “The Goonies” have all made the cut.

Other films which have been selected for their “cultural, historic and/or aesthetic importance” to American heritage include “Dumbo,” “Field of Dreams” and “Superman.”

This year’s chosen movies now brings the number of films in the registry up to 725.

“Our love affair with motion pictures is a testament to their enduring power to enlighten, inspire and inform us as individuals and a nation as a whole,” said Carla Hayden, Librarian of Congress, according to Variety. “Being tasked with selecting only 25 each year is daunting because there are so many great films deserving of this honour.”

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The titles were picked from public suggestions, with over 5,200 being submitted overall.

Kirk Douglas, who celebrated his 101st birthday Saturday, stars in two of the chosen films; “Ace in the Hole” and “Spartacus.”

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See the full list of the 2017 National Film Registry selections below:

“Ace in the Hole (aka Big Carnival)” (1951)
“Boulevard Nights” (1979)
“Die Hard” (1988)
“Dumbo” (1941)
“Field of Dreams” (1989)
“4 Little Girls” (1997)
“Fuentes Family Home Movies Collection” (1920s and 1930s)
“Gentleman’s Agreement” (1947)
“The Goonies” (1985)
“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner” (1967)
“He Who Gets Slapped” (1924)
“Interior New York Subway, 14th Street to 42nd Street” (1905)
“La Bamba” (1987)
“Lives of Performers” (1972)
“Memento” (2000)
“Only Angels Have Wings” (1939)
“The Sinking of the Lusitania” (1918)
“Spartacus” (1960)
“Superman” (1978)
“Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser” (1988)
“Time and Dreams” (1976)
“Titanic” (1997)
“To Sleep with Anger” (1990)
“Wanda” (1971)
“With the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain” (1937-1938)