Netflix Top Movies: What’s Trending on June 11, 2022
These past few days have actually seen a fascinating mix of offerings show up on Netflix’s U.S. movie and also television trending lists. The previous in particular has especially been a shock, as massive action movies like Interceptor and The Amazing Spider-Man have actually rubbed shoulders with features from various other genres like Brahms: The Boy II and Dumb and Dumber. While things have actually been relatively consistent since yesterday, there have been a couple of changes in the rankings over the past day. So allow’s dive in as well as see what’s happening with our list on this fine Saturday:
Top 10 Movies On Netflix In The U.S. – June 11, 2022
Adam Sandler’s Hustle, stays in championship type, as the basketball drama still beings in the No. 1 spot. The flick is crushing it on Rotten Tomatoes, with several movie critics applauding Sandler’s performance, so it’s no surprise that the Netflix flick is growing. Additionally staying steady are Interceptor (a badass showcase for Elsa Pataky), The Amazing Spider-Man and also Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol, which continue to be in the 2nd, third and fourth spots, respectively. All are strong action flicks, which are certainly delighting fans eager for the thrills that come with big-budget movies. There has actually been a change in 5th place, nonetheless, as Brahms: The Boy II currently holds it after leaping from the tenth position. Though at the time of its launch, some may’ve argued that it was an unnecessary sequel, it would seem that a sum of people have actually concerned appreciate it.
Titanic, which was usurped by the horror flick, presently makes its home in sixth place. Seventh place has been taken over by a newcomer in the form of Chickenhare as well as the Hamster of Darkness (an original production from the 2022 Netflix movie schedule). Trailing behind the animated movie is 10,000 B.C., which has actually fallen 2 spots since yesterday. Dumb and Dumber, which was at No. 7 on Friday, is still hanging on at No. 9– unquestionably thanks to those classic jokes. And in tenth, is The Hurt Locker, Kathryn Bigelow’s Oscar-winning war thriller.
- 1. Stranger Things
- 2. All American
- 3. Keep Sweet: Pray and Obey
- 4. First Kill
- 5. Peaky Blinders
- 6. The Lincoln Lawyer
- 7. Ozark
- 8. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
- 9. Surviving Summer
- 10. Intimacy