10 Strange All-Time Favorite Films Of Great Directors

There were a lot of interesting comments when I posted the all-time best lists of some of the greatest directors of all-time (click HERE). The most recurrent detail people kept noticing from was how Michael Mann listed "Avatar" as one of his 10 greatest films of all-time. Eclectic choice, right? Well, I researched and found these other 9 nuggets. Some of these are much worse than Mann's praise of the 2009 James Cameron mega-blockbuster. 

Alfred Hitchcock - "Smokey and The Bandit"/"Benji"
Martin Scorsese - "The Exorcist II: The Heretic"

Paul Thomas Anderson - "Men In Black III"

Nicolas Windig Refn - "My Life as a Dog"

Michael Mann - "Avatar"

Stanley Kubrick - "White Men Can't Jump"

Quentin Tarantino - "Psycho II"

Terrence Malick - "Zoolander"