Every week, the streaming search engine Reelgood compiles for Insider a list of which movies have been most prominent on Netflix's daily top-10 lists that week.
Netflix counts a view if an account watches a movie or TV show for at least two minutes.
"The Mitchells vs. the Machines" repeated at the top spot this week.
New Netflix originals "Monster" and "Oxygen" also made the list.
9. "Oxygen" (2021, Netflix original)
Description: "After waking up in a cryogenic unit, Liz fights to survive and remember who she is before her oxygen runs out."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 93%
What critics said: "A neat little sci-fi nightmare; a cool-toned exercise in claustrophobia that nearly pulls off the innate improbabilities of its high-concept nonsense." — Entertainment Weekly
8. "Scarface" (1983)
Description: "In a ruthless rise to Miami drug lord, a Cuban-born gangster descends into addiction, obsession and brutality, with grisly consequences."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 82%
What critics said: "Still a must-see for Pacino's potent and influential performance." — Guardian
7. "Open Season" (2006)
Description: "After saving a deer from a hunter's clutches, a domesticated grizzly finds himself relocated to the wild — and unprepared for the real world."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 48%
What critics said: "In the end, the hunter becomes the hunted; but wouldn't the animal rights message mean more if you actually cared about the critters?" — BBC
6. "The Clovehitch Killer" (2018)
Description: "A teenager's picture-perfect family is torn apart when he uncovers unnerving evidence of a serial killer close to home."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 78%
What critics said: "Skiles's film doesn't care so much if you think you know how it ends, even if you're right. It's all about twisting the knife in the process of confirming those fears." — Vulture
5. "The Whole Truth" (2016)
Description: "Trying to earn an acquittal for a teen client accused of murdering his wealthy father, a defense attorney uncovers disturbing facts about the victim."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 32%
What critics said: "The script for The Whole Truth is an 'airport book,' although it contains even less sizzle and grit than most of those." — RogerEbert.com
4. "Dead Man Down" (2013)
Description: "An enforcer plotting revenge against the ruthless criminal he works for is blackmailed by a mysterious neighbor looking to exact vengeance of her own."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 41%
What critics said: "A way-too-leisurely thriller whose destination is fairly obvious from early on, but to which the talented cast apply themselves with effortful seriousness." — Time Out
3. "Monster" (2021, Netflix original)
Description: "A talented teen implicated in a robbery-turned-murder fights for his innocence and integrity against a criminal justice system that's already judged him."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 67%
What critics said: "Three years is a long time, especially these days, but even in 2018, reviews of the film balked at its gloominess and distracting filmmaking. It has not aged well." — Indiewire
2. "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" (2012)
Description: "Next stop: New York! But to get back home, Alex and friends must hitch a ride with a traveling European circus and evade an evil animal-control officer."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 78%
What critics said: "You don't have to be a child of four to enjoy this series, but it helps." — Financial Times
1. "The Mitchells vs. the Machines" (2021, Netflix original)
Description: "A robot apocalypse put the brakes on their cross-country road trip. Now it's up to the Mitchells — the world's weirdest family — to save the human race."
Rotten Tomatoes critic score: 97%
What critics said: "In 'The Mitchells vs. the Machines,' family life is a brilliant, ever-changing collage." — Associated Press
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