Everyone loves a list, even film directors. The Independent has compiled a collection of directors top ten lists. Quentin Tarantino loves The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Rio Bravo, Taxi Driver, His Girl Friday, and Rolling Thunder. Tim Robbins thinks Battle of Algiers is the best movie of all time. Paul Verhoeven doesn't seem to like any movies made after 1962. Milos Forman has a George Lucas movie as his number two. Cameron Crowe loves Billy Wilder's The Apartment, and lists Tarantino's Pulp Fiction at #8. Tarantino doesn't return the favor, but instead lists Five Fingers of Death. Citizen Kane is a favorite of both Sam Mendes and Gillian Armstrong, and Michael Mann loves Apocalypse Now. You can check out all the lists at the link below.

But this all begs the question: What is your list of the Top 10 films of all time?
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