Alphabet movies

With W out now, I can think of M, the old Fritz Lang picture, and Z, the Greek political thriller, and a few years ago didn’t they make a modern Othello entitled O? What other letters have formed the complete titles of films?

I know they haven’t filmed Thomas Pynchon’s V., but that would be a beauty.

I thought I remembered an old horror movie called Q. Not only did it exist, but according to IMDB, there are five movies with the title Q.

If you mean films with a single letter or films with more than one letter (like titles that are acronyms), I can think of one of the latter:

MIB

A full listing.

That listing misses the American TV miniseries V, about invading aliens.

If you add numbers, there is at least a movie for every number, but most of them are short or indy films. Nevertheless, there’s

The One – martial arts film

Five Arch Oboler’s end-of-the-world flick

Seven – the psycho-killer film

8 1/2 – Fellini

10 – the Bo Derek film.

We’ve also got pi and $.

“O” was nice and artistic and stuff, but I sorta preferred “The Story of O”. :wink:

Not a single letter title, but back in the fifties there was a film called “DOA”, meaning “dead on arrival”.

It’s stretching the rules a bit, but there is the excellent I… comme Icare. (“I as in Icarus”)

Sssssss.

Joe

Vin Diesel was in XXX

X2

F/X and it’s sequel F/X-2

I believe that the official title of Spike Lee’s **Malcolm X **was simply X.

Not to forget THE ALPHABET MURDERS http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0060094/

There’s X, Y, and Zee

Oddly enough, this is listed in the IMDb under the UK title of Zee and Co.. You’d think in the UK it’s be Zed and Co..