Quentin Tarantino Reveals What He Thinks Are the All-Time Seven "Perfect" Films

Tarantino revealed that in addition to The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, his top seven films include, Jaws (1975), The Exorcist (1973), Annie Hall (1977), Young Frankenstein (1974) and Back to the Future (1985). He then added Sam Peckinpah's 1959 western film, The Wild Bunch to cap off the list, but was quick to explain that it wasn't technically a "perfect" film but it was "so unassailable," he had to add it to his top choices.

"Perfect" implies Greatest of All Time.

Sorry, but no. While each of the above movies (other than maybe Texas Chainsaw Massacre, not sure what was so great about that one), was great, they weren't all necessarily greatest of all time status. There are certainly better movies.

I mean, he left out the Godfather I and II? Scarface? Goodfellas? Seven Samurai? Casablanca? Lawrence of Arabia? Bridge over the River Kwai? Clockwork Orange? Chinatown? Gone with the Wind? Cool Hand Luke? The list goes on.

Tarantino has always been a little off, and while a few of his movies are Greatest of All Time (Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Reservoir Dogs, Inglourious Basterds), more than a few are terrible (including the Kill Bills, Hateful 8).