The Library of Congress has chosen the 25 films it will add to the National Film Registry this year. Among the selections are Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Saving Private Ryan, and The Big Lebowski.
The total number of films in the registry is now 650, Variety reports. Other 2014 additions include Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Rosemary's Baby.
Seven 1913 footage reels of Bert Williams, the first African-American Broadway headliner, will also be added to the registry. Check out the full list of film additions over at Variety.