As you may have noticed, everything you see when you open Netflix serves you well. The service records everything you have watched and tries to show similar shows and movies that you will probably like. But what are they all elsewhere are you watching on Netflix? The streamer has traditionally been puzzled by the ratings, but a new official site, Top 10 on Netflix, clearly states what is the most popular content at the moment. From the original Netflix priced to the oldest, read the 10 most-watched movies — watched in prime time — from November 8 to November 14.
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Ryan Reynolds, Dwayne Johnson, and Gal Gadot star in this silly robbery thriller, which Netflix claims to have the biggest show ever when it fell earlier this month. Its huge popularity is not surprising, as Red alert is a completely innocent crowdpleaser with three of the biggest movie stars in the world playing just to type.
If you are a frequent observer of rom-com, then you are familiar with the troparion behind Love Hard, a new holiday movie from Netflix: Wrong Identity. Follows the author of LA Natalie (Nina Dobrev) as she travels all over the country to spend Christmas with her dating app (Darren Barnett) only to find that there is a completely different person behind his account (Jimmy O.Yang.)
Jonathan Majors and Idris Elba | compete in this star-studded Western, which also includes performances by Regina King, Zazie Beetz, and Lake Stanfield. And while the story itself is being invented, many of the characters The harder they fall based on real black figures from the Old West, incl Nat Love, Clothes Buck, and Coach Mary.
A prequel to Jacques Snyder‘small Army of the Dead (which you will see below in this list), Army of Thieves tells the story of the origin of the Ludwig Dieter safe cracker (Matthias Schweighofer, who also directs). Game of Thrones and Fast and Furious actor Natalie Emmanuel co-stars.
Elizabeth Harley, Kelsey Grammer, and John Cleese are the big names Christmas father is back, for a family of older children gathering for the holidays, to confront Dad (Grammer) who left them some Christmas back when they were kids. How… fun? This family comedy is obviously quite popular on Netflix, despite the fact that it has a gloomy score of 11 percent at Rotten Tomatoes.
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With an even lowest rating Rotten Tomatoes from the previous movie on our list (nine percent from fans, four percent from critics), the Nicholas Cage police thriller 211 from 2018 it comes in at No. 6 of the movies with the most views on Netflix. It is based on a fact – a 1997 shootout between law enforcement and bank robbers in North Hollywood that killed 14 people.
Zombies and robbers got a baby, and this baby is Army of the Dead, which follows a group of (still alive) criminals trying to get a job amid an epidemic of the dead. It was such a huge success for Netflix that it not only already had the prequel mentioned earlier, but also a series of anime prequels as well as a feature sequel.
Based on the novel of the same name of 1929 In Larsen, Passage stars Ruth Nega as Clare, a black woman who “passes” as white to both her white husband and the world at large, and Tesa Thompson like her childhood friend Irene, who knows the truth. Both actors receive Oscars for their roles in this period drama.
This fifth installment on the big screen Transformers The series may have been a box office disappointment, but its performance on Netflix was not very miserable. The 2017 adventure based on games includes his return Mark Wahlberg as Cade Yeager, who joined the franchise in 2014 Transformers: Age of Extinction.
Another sequel to a franchise restart, Jumanji: The next level, it was much more successful from The Last Knight at the checkout. Like its predecessor, Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle, follows a group of teenagers — plus a few young adults in a row — who are transported to a video game and have to play as their mismatched avatars.
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