Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
Few movies have penetrated pop culture deeper than Scarface, the bloody, coke-fueled version of the American Dream.
Current Score:
258
Total Votes:
638
2
A mob pic with an incredible ensemble cast (Robert De Niro, Kevin Costner, Sean Connery) and a moral center most Mafia movies lack.
Current Score:
246
Total Votes:
538
3
Pacino and De Palma reunited post-Scarface, with a predictable result: another classic mob flick.
Current Score:
221
Total Votes:
497
4
Carrie pushed all existing horror conventions to the breaking point with some of the most memorable and chilling scenes ever.
Current Score:
209
Total Votes:
423
5
All De Palma's skills are working in this gender-bending thriller starring Michael Caine, which some compare to Psycho.
Current Score:
102
Total Votes:
350
6
This mash up stars a young John Travolta and shows off some of De Palma's talents, like political commentary.
Current Score:
88
Total Votes:
360
7
Scenes of damsels being drilled to death provoked an outcry, but this thriller is a clever commentary on voyeurism.
Current Score:
71
Total Votes:
323
8
With Tom Cruise, a crazy plot, and fantastic effects, Mission: Impossible is an action pic that stands up to any nineties event movie.
Current Score:
48
Total Votes:
414
9
With a top-notch cast -- including Kirk Douglas and John Cassavetes -- The Fury is an underrated gem.
Current Score:
5
Total Votes:
255
10
One of the best Iraq-war movies, Redacted is shot with atypical lo-fi visuals but infused with De Palma's usual violence.
Current Score:
-113
Total Votes:
235