5 movies we love from the always amazing Leonardo DiCaprio

Leonardo DiCaprio Honored as an 'Inspiration'
Leonardo DiCaprio Honored as an 'Inspiration'

"Jack, Jack! I won't let go!" Rose knew what was up.

Leonardo DiCaprio, star of countless Hollywood blockbusters, turns 41 today! Yes, it's true. Leo no longer the Jack Dawson we all fell in love with, but he is now the leading man that deserves an Oscar already!

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The five-time Oscar nominated actor has done some amazing work, not to mention his upcoming flick, "The Revenant," which is already gaining Oscar buzz. We felt it was our civic duty to try and narrow down some of his best. It's a tough job, but someone has to do it.

Below, we have listed our favorite five movies that star Leonardo DiCaprio. There are many missing, but let's be honest, any little bit of Leo is good.

1.) Titanic
Leo and Kate Winslet together on screen is a match made in movie heaven. We could watch this movie for hours and would "never let go."

In this mind-bending dream thriller, Leo's portrayal of Dom Cobb is not to be missed. You'll also need to watch it about 24 times to grasp everything in the movie. Happy watching!

3.) The Wolf of Wall Street
Leonardo curses more in this movie than we can count on all of our fingers and toes, but it just adds to the madness of his Wall Street character, Jordan Belfort. If you haven't seen it, it's certainly a must watch.

4.) William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet
Baz Luhrmann's modern adaptation of William Shakespeare's novel is colorful, eccentric, and down right amazing. Leo as Romeo seemed like it was the role he was always meant to play.

5.) The Departed
Leo stars alongside Jack Nicholson, Matt Damon and Mark Wahlberg in another Martin Scorsese directed pic that is certainly one of his best.

Want more Leonardo? Who doesn't? Check out the gallery below!

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