Getting your movie praised as 'perfect' by someone like Quentin Tarantino has got to be a high honour, but to his mind there are only seven which deserve that description.
None of his own movies made the cut, though maybe it would be egotistical for a director to declare that the number of perfect films didn't even make it to double figures and yours was one of them.
Instead he went for the work of other directors, with most of his perfect films coming from the 1970s and none beyond 1985.
Appearing on The Jimmy Kimmel Show, Tarantino admitted that everyone's idea of a perfect movie would differ but he thought there were a few worth mentioning which nobody could say did anything wrong, even if it wasn't 'your cup of tea'.
He said: "Well, there’s not many of them, that just bemoans that the film art form is hard.
"And look, when you say perfect movies you’re talking about any individual person's aesthetic but even trying to account for all aesthetics.
"Perfect movies kind of crosses all aesthetics to one degree or another. It might not be your cup of tea but there’s nothing you can say to bring it down."
One of the movies on his list of perfect films is 1974 classic slasher flick Texas Chainsaw Massacre, which he said was one of a select bunch of 'very few perfect movies'.
Along with the Texas Chainsaw Massacre was Steven Spielberg's iconic movie Jaws, The Exorcist, Annie Hall and Mel Brooks comedy Young Frankenstein.
It seems like Tarantino is pretty partial to a bit of blood and guts in his favourite films, though given what's in his own movies that was already a given.
Taking up another spot on his list was Back to the Future, which is a bit of a weird movie when you think about how much Marty McFly's mother was attracted to her own son, but if you do your best to ignore that it's an amazingly fun time travel flick.
Rounding out the list at number seven was The Wild Bunch, though he later retracted his suggestion that it was 'perfect' and said he thought the movie's 'imperfections are part of its glory'.
The director also took the chance to address some of Kanye West's recent comments claiming he had the original idea for Django Unchained, which given what else he's been saying lately is one of the less objectionable things he's spouted.
Tarantino said that 'didn't happen' and that he had the idea for the movie before he ever met Kanye.