Quote from: Teproc on August 14, 2019, 03:30:20 PMA film with the number 8 (Eight, Eighth, etc.) in its title (not a sequel): Eighth GradeI immediately thought of Hard Eight, which I thought would be the popular choice. My recommendation would be Eight Men Out.Didn't know Clown Week was a thing. I figured that's when they'd open It! 2 or The Joker.
A film with the number 8 (Eight, Eighth, etc.) in its title (not a sequel): Eighth Grade
Recommendations !A film with the number 8 (Eight, Eighth, etc.) in its title (not a sequel): Eighth GradeA film with a title that starts with the letters O or P: Pink Floyd: The WallA film from the current IMDb 250 whose ranking includes the #8 (i.e. 18, 28, 208): (see list here): The Grand Budapest HotelA film from the 1970s: Life of BrianA thriller: Tengoku to jigoku / High & Low [I may or may not find a way to recommend this every month)A film set in school: Le nouveau / The New KidA film featuring a clown (Clown Week): I have nothingA film about drinking or beer (International Beer Day, August 2): The World's EndA film with the word "Left" in its title (Lefthanders Day, August 13): Stumped again.A film from South Korea (Independence Day, August 15): Ah-ga-ssi / The HandmaidenA film set mostly on a plane (Aviation Day, August 19): Castle in the Sky qualifies I think ? Been a while since I've seen it.A film set in Hawaii (joined the US on August 21): No idea thereA film with a primarily senior cast (Senior Citizens Day, August 21): The Death of StalinA film about dogs (Dog Day, August 26): Isle of DogsA film from William Friedkin (born August 29): The French Connection (you likely don't need me to recommend this but it's both the only I've seen and quite good.