[caption id="attachment_770" align="alignright" width="307" caption="Toy Story 3, courtesy Pixar"]Toy Story 3[/caption] And the winner is…well, Amazon.com. But the bestselling movies and video games of 2010 that flew off Amazon’s cyber shelves are interesting and diverse ones. Read on to find out which ones made the cut and let us know if you watched or played any of these on your flat-screen TV or gaming console. You can also leave us your own review of the movie or game, along with which TV lift cabinet you have or are considering buying. We look forward to your comments! While Amazon’s bestselling product (ever) was the third-generation Kindle, and the bestselling and most wished for book to go with the e-reader was Steig Larsson’s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, when it came to movies, the top-grossing movie of 2010 was Toy Story 3. It was also the most popular movie gift on Amazon. In the theaters, Toy Story 3 grossed $109 million its first weekend, which is the best start for any of Pixar’s 11 features. It played on 7,700 screens at 4,028 locations. Pixar’s previous opening weekend record came from Shrek the Third. Money aside, when it came to sheer number of movies sold on Amazon in 2010, the bestseller was The Blind Side, with Sandra Bullock, and the Leonardo DiCaprio thriller, Inception, was Amazon’s most wished-for film. When gamers threw their hat in the ring, Amazon saw Call of Duty: Black Ops as the bestselling game, but when it came to receiving a game as a gift (perhaps because many gamers wouldn’t buy it for themselves), Just Dance 2 for Nintendo Wii was the game most gift-wrapped in 2010. Perhaps since Amazon’s list only calculated sales from January 1 to December 15, it couldn’t include the sales of Microsoft’s Kinect and its associated games, but it’s something to watch for in 2011. The Kinect, by the way, is perfectly suited for most of ImportAdvantage’s TV lift cabinets that have a stable top (such as the Banyan Creek TV Lift Cabinet). Microsoft recommends that the Kinect be placed anywhere between two and six feet high, and the Banyan Creek TV Lift Cabinet’s top non-moving shelf is approximately three feet high. Which films and games will top the charts in 2011? It will be exciting to see what comes out and how technologies such as 3D media players, updated gaming consoles and accessories and crystal clear flat-screen TVs affect DVD and game sales. Do you have any predictions?