July was a giant month for Netflix. Between new originals like The Outdated Guard, Deadly Affair, Desperados and extra, to not point out basic movies like Cloud Atlas, Whole Recall and Batman: Masks of the Illusion, to call only a few, there was heaps for subscribers to get caught into when it got here to films.
However what had been the most-watched movies on Netflix for the month? That’s query, and because it seems, the most-watched title – in terms of films in the US, not less than – wasn’t even one of many ones talked about above. No, it was truly an animated kids’s flick from 2012 referred to as The Lorax. And it wasn’t the one animated effort to make a robust displaying, as Despicable Me positioned in quantity 7.
For extra, you may see beneath for the highest 10 most-watched films within the US on Netflix all through the month of July:
- The Lorax
- The Outdated Guard
- 365 Days
- How Do You Know
- Deadly Affair
- Despicable Me
- Patriots Day
- The City
Other than the aforementioned animated surprises, it’s additionally a bit shocking to see How Do You Know displaying up right here. A forgotten 2010 comedy starring Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson, it’s seemingly struck a chord with viewers and certainly, anybody who’s logged into Netflix over the previous few weeks can have observed it on the varied High 10 charts fairly constantly.
Elsewhere, we’ve obtained the superb Patriots Day, led by Mark Wahlberg, and Ben Affleck’s scorching thriller The City, whereas aforementioned originals The Outdated Guard and Desperados additionally pulled in sufficient viewers to earn respectable spots on the record. After which, in fact, there’s 365 Days, which precipitated fairly a stir as a result of its practical love scenes – which could’ve been a bit too practical for some.
Inform us, although, what did you spend your time with on Netflix this month? And is there something that didn’t make the High 10 that you simply suppose ought to’ve pulled in additional eyeballs? As at all times, pontificate down beneath.
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