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The 10 most streamed movies of the week: big hits and some picks critics loathed

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Either way, your stream counted towards Reelgood's metrics regarding the most-streamed movies of the week across all platforms. This week, recent favorites like The Batman and The Lost City reappear on the list, with the Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum comedy snagging the top spot and the Caped Crusader slipping from #1 to #7. Top Gun: Maverick's arrival in theaters kept the original Top Gun on the list as well, but the streaming debuts of Operation Mincemeat and Senior Year (both on Netflix) bracket the '80s classic in the third and fifth positions on the list. She's Loretta, a heartbroken romance novelist looking to turn her back on her career and love. He's Alan, the cover model who has been the face of her sexy adventures for years.


The most watched movies of the week on your go-to streaming services. Batman's in 2.

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So, what's everyone been watching this week? Each week, the most popular streamed movies come down to a few things -- sheer buzz, smart marketing and PR campaigns, star power, critical acclaim, or a slow burn, word-of-mouth phenomenon that leads uninterested people to finally watch it out of spite. Just to get a sense of what everyone's streaming, we've used data from streaming aggregator Reelgood, which gathers those coveted viewership numbers from hundreds of streaming services in the U.S. and UK. This week, The Batman started streaming on HBO Max last week and is holding steady, with folks revisiting The Dark Knight Rises for more Catwoman and Batman, we guess. But just because a lot of people are watching something doesn't make it...good.


The most streamed movies of the week and where to find them

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So, what's everyone been watching this week? Each week, the most popular streamed movies come down to a few things -- sheer buzz, smart marketing and PR campaigns, star power, critical acclaim, or a slow burn, word-of-mouth phenomenon that leads uninterested people to finally watch it out of spite. Just to get a sense of what everyone's streaming, we've used data from streaming aggregator Reelgood, which gathers those coveted viewership numbers from hundreds of streaming services in the U.S. and UK. This week, The Batman just started streaming on HBO Max, so you know where we're starting. But with The Secrets of Dumbledore now in cinemas, folks are heading back to the start of the Fantastic Beasts series, too.


The 10 most streamed movies of the week. Half are...extremely average.

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So, what's everyone been watching this week? Well, a lot of people are streaming Kenneth Branagh's Agatha Christie projects and the first Sonic movie, for two, so there's that... Each week, the most popular streamed movies come down to a few things -- sheer buzz, smart marketing and PR campaigns, star power, critical acclaim, or a slow burn, word-of-mouth phenomenon that leads uninterested people to finally watch it out of spite. Just to get a sense of what everyone's streaming, we've used data from streaming aggregator Reelgood, which gathers those coveted viewership numbers from hundreds of streaming services in the U.S. and UK. But just because a lot of people are watching something doesn't make it...good. Here they are, the 10 most streamed films of the week, where to watch them, and what Mashable critics thought.


'Moonshot' and 'Death on the Nile' are some of the most streamed movies this week. Here's the list.

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So, what's everyone been watching this week? Well, popularity-wise, there's still a few Oscar-winning films in the mix, joined by some space rom-com energy and an awkward Agatha Christie adaptation. Each week, the most popular streamed movies come down to a few things -- sheer buzz, smart marketing and PR campaigns, star power, critical acclaim, or a slow burn, word-of-mouth phenomenon that leads uninterested people to finally watch it out of spite. Just to get a sense of what everyone's streaming, we've used data from streaming aggregator Reelgood, which gathers those coveted viewership numbers from hundreds of streaming services in the U.S. and UK. But just because a lot of people are watching something doesn't make it...good.