“Patriots Day” is now the preferred film on Netflix, in accordance with the streaming service’s public rating system.
This historic motion film starring Mark Wahlberg tells the story of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings and the seek for the perpetrators. Wahlberg performs a heroic Boston cop, making the film’s reputation incongruent with the present political local weather. Maybe pair watching this story with a documentary about police brutality on Netflix.
The far much less politically fraught “Eurovision Tune Contest” fell from first place to eighth this week. That Netflix comedy starring Will Ferrell and Rachel McAdams focuses on two Icelandic musicians who compete within the famed Eurovision Tune Contest.
The one different Netflix movie within the high 10 this week is “Desperados,” starring Nasim Pedrad. The film tells the well-worn narrative trope of somebody who sends a message they remorse writing after which tries to destroy it earlier than the receiver reads the word.
One last item to say within the checklist: The 2015 Bruce Willis film “Extraction” earned the ninth-place spot. That’s a bit complicated as Netflix debuted a preferred motion film of the identical identify (starring Chris Hemsworth) in April.
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