Top of the World: 9 Leo DiCaprio Films

Just… too adorable ahah ❤

Today, one of my very favourite modern actors, the one and only Leonardo DiCaprio, turned 42! Young and still full of talents!

For the occasion, I’m presenting you my top 9 of my favourite movies of his! Why 9? Sounds a bit odd I know, but the simple reason is that I’ve seen 11 of his films, and there’s two of them that I didn’t really like, so I don’t see the use of including them in the top! It was The Revenant and The Great Gatsby. Leo is not the reasons why I didn’t like those movies! More like just the movie itself…

Of course, these are my personal choices and just list my own favourites. 🙂 Don’t hesitate to share your choices with me!

Ok, here we go:

9. The Departed (Martin Scorsese, 2006)

Quite a cast.

8. Inception (Christopher Nolan, 2010)

Not sure I understood everything, but despite that I liked it!


7. The Wolf of Wall Street (Martin Scorsese, 2013)

A bit long and a bit too much, but overall I appreciated it.


6. Shutter Island (Martin Scorsese, 2010)

Weird film, but one you don’t forget!


5. Django Unchained (Quentin Tarantino, 2012)

Normally not a fan of Tarantino’s films, but I exceptionally loved this one. Leo is delightfully evil!


4. Catch Me if You Can (Steven Spielberg, 2002)

Gotta love Spielberg 🙂


3. The Aviator (Martin Scorsese, 2004)

IMHO, what the best DiCaprio-Scorsese’s collaboration


2. Titanic (James Cameron, 1997)

Well, a  Leo DiCaprio’s top without this guilty pleasure wouldn’t be a real one. Anyway, I love this film, find it entertaining and Jack is such a cool character 🙂


















More suspense….









  1. What’s Eating Gilbert Grape! (Lasse Hallström, 1993)

I think it’s for this film or The Aviator that Leo should have won his first Oscar! Gilbert Grape is a delightful film. Love it.


Hope you appreciated the top!

Happy birthday Leo! 🙂


2 thoughts on “Top of the World: 9 Leo DiCaprio Films

  1. I absolutely love What’s Eating Gilbert Grape. Great selection you have here. I also quite enjoy The Basketball Diaries. And, Body of Lies was great in my opinion. I’ve seen most of his earlier works like The Quick and the Dead, The Beach, Marvin’s Room, Romeo + Juliet, Gangs of New York and loads more. Having said that, and please don’t judge me, I’ve found it very difficult “seeing” Leonardo as an adult – in my mind, he was always a youngster. Until I recently watched Inception. Great movie but it also changed my perspective of him (together with Body of Lies) – now I see him as the man who has just turned 42 (and I don’t mean it in a nasty way – I think it is just how we are “introduced” to actors that forms how we see them). Wasn’t a fan of The Great Gatsby either but that probably has to do with the fact that it was my high school set work years and years ago (which I disliked).

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