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Dustin Lerch’s Top 10 Films of All Time!!!

I think this speaks for itself…this is my top 10 favorite films of all time. So I won’t bore you with anything else here I’ll just get to it.

10. Rear Window(1954) directed by Alfred Hitchcock

9. Taxi Driver(1976) directed by Martin Scorsese

8. Seven Samurai(1954) directed by Akira Kurosawa

7. Psycho(1960) directed by Alfred Hitchcock

6. Donnie Darko(2001) directed by Richard Kelly

5. Reservoir Dogs(1992) directed by Quentin Tarantino

4. Fight Club(1999) directed by David Fincher

3. Memento(2000) directed by Christopher Nolan

2. The Shawshank Redemption(1994) directed by Frank Darabont

1. Pulp Fiction(1994) directed by Quentin Tarantino

The remaining 40 of my favorite films…in no particular order. I’ve mastered my top 10 and feel really good about it but haven’t quite mastered a legit top 50 list…I’m aiming for a top 100 list one day.

11. Superman: The Movie(guilty pleasure being a HUGE Superman fan)
12. Goodfellas
13. 300
14. American Psycho
15. The Dark Knight
16. The Matrix
17. American History X
18. Inception
19. The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
20. Gladiator
21. The Big Lebowski
22. The Silence of the Lambs
23. Inglourious Basterds
24. A Bittersweet Life
25. Die Hard
26. Sin City
27. Fargo
28. Scarface
29. Oldboy
30. Thank You For Smoking
31. Unbreakable
32. Mulholland Dr.
33. City of God
34. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
35. The Godfather
36. Se7en
37. Saving Private Ryan
38. Batman Begins
39. The Departed/Infernal Affairs
40. The Usual Suspects
41. Leon: The Professional
42. The Prestige
43. Forrest Gump
44. Wall-E
45. Kill Bill Vol. 1
46. Snatch
47. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
48. Yojimbo
49. Blue Velvet
50. V For Vendetta

Feel free to leave comments, recommendations, props, criticism, anything you would like

About Dustin Lerch

I'm a huge movie fan that can sit around watching movies all day long if I could. I think it would be amazing to find a job where I got paid to sit around and watch movies all the time. That's why I'm pursuing something in the film world. Preferably a movie reviewer, something that I know takes time and work to get to, but I'm willing to put in the work and receive any feedback I may need to get me there. My favorite directors are: Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, David Lynch, The Coen Brothers, Robert Rodriquez, Guy Ritchie My favorite actors are: Brad Pitt, Heath Ledger, Christian Bale, John Cusack, Paul Newman, Byung Hun-Lee My favorite movies are: Pulp Fiction, The Shawshank Redemption, Fight Club, Reservoir Dogs, Oldboy, Psycho, Rear Window That's just to name a few of each category. I've recently begun broadening my horizons in the classic films. I've been watching a lot of Alfred Hitchcock films in particular. But over the past few years I have extended out to foreign films and I absolutely love Asian films. I can't get enough of them. Directors of Asian films seem to not be afraid to let it all hang out. They show pretty much anything in their films. Some things you will never see done over here in the states. Well, that's enough about me. Feel free to leave any comment about my reviews. I would appreciate any kind of feedback from you on things that I can improve on to become a better reviewer. I would like to thank you ahead of time for this feedback.

2 Responses to “Dustin Lerch’s Top 10 Films of All Time!!!”

  1. These lists are so hard to nail, everytime i try to write down my top 10 films of all time i end up going crazy!

    So fair play to you for managing to decide yours! Good shout for Rear Window, Hitchcock at his very best. Pulp Fiction is without doubt a major contender for my favourite film of all time also.

    When you eventually come to a concrete decision on your top 50 i think you could probably replace the likes of 300 and Saving Private Ryan with better films, just my opinion of course but i do feel they are quite overrated.

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