...aaaand July's categories...
As usual, recommendations are welcome.
Assuming you haven't seen all of these (you don't have them marked as such on Letterboxd at any rate):
A film with the number 7 (Seven, Seventh, etc.) : The Magnificent Seven
may not be as good as the Kurosawa original, but it's pretty fun.
A film with a title that starts with the letters M or N: Marty
, the only film ever to win both the Best Picture Oscar and the Palme d'Or. A charming, heartfelt romantic drama starring Ernest Borgnine.
A film from the current IMDb 250 whose ranking includes the #7 (i.e. 17, 27, 73): Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind
, aka Princess Mononoke, but sci-fi.
A film from the 1960s: High and Low
, which I consider Kurosawa's best film and is solidly in my top 10 of all time.
A musical: Cabaret
A film from the Top 50 highest-grossing films list, or a "typical blockbuster": Fantasia
A film about sharks (Shark Week): The Shallows
is ok. Not my favorite genre past Jaws.
A film from a Canadian director (Canada Day, July 1): Les mauvaises herbes
, a fun crime comedy from Québec.
A film with "America" in its title (Independence Day, July 4): Mistress America
is pretty good.
A film from France (Bastille Day, July 14): I'll go with Cyrano de Bergerac
, because nothing is as quintessentially French to me as Cyrano.
A film with the word "Moon" in its title (Moon Day, July 20): Moonrise Kingdom
if you're into Wes Anderson at all.
A film from Philip Seymour Hoffman (born July 23): Mary and Max
A film prominently featuring computers or IT employees (SysAdmin Appreciation Day, July 26): Her
, though that's more about AI than computers.
A western film (Day of the Cowboy, July 27): Rio Bravo
A film about friends or friendship in general (Int'l Day of Friendship, July 30): The World's End
Some of these overlap with the top 100 Club, wink wink nudge nudge.