I find any fine-tuned ranking quite hard to do and not really meaningful. Personally, I prefer broad sub-groups, like Excellent, Very Good, Good, and Sub-Par. And these need not have equal numbers of films in them. Even this clustering will prove controversial.
There are hundreds of films in the neo-noir category. What films can be called neo-noir has not yet shaken out. What makes them different hasn't shaken out yet. What characterizes them hasn't shaken out yet. Which ones are the classic examples hasn't shaken out yet. Which ones are in the broad categories I mention hasn't yet shaken out either. No one can create a meaningful ranked list without having seen most all of them or the lion's share at least twice. This is a formidable task in several ways.
So far, the books that have neo-noir criticism choose a subset and run with it. No one has yet surveyed and integrated the whole field, but the building blocks for doing that are being fashioned all the time.