“Home Team” is the most popular movie on netflixaccording to the streaming service’s public rating system.
Based on true events, the sports comedy tells the story of New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton’s stint in charge of his 12-year-old son’s football team during his suspension from the NFL. Kevin James stars, with Taylor Lautner and Rob Schneider in supporting roles.
In second and third place are two romantic comedies ― the 2019 adaptation of the novel “Can You Keep a Secret?” and the new Netflix Original “The Royal Treatment,” which follows an everyday American who falls in love with a prince.
Beyond the top three, another notable film in the ranking is “My Father’s Violin,” a new Turkish drama about family, heartbreak and music.
And Adam McKay’s disaster comedy “Don’t Look Up” remains on the chart for the ninth consecutive week since its Dec. 5 premiere.
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ten. “My Father’s Violin” (Netflix)
8. “Red Notice” (Netflix)
7. “Just Go”
5. “Munich ― On the brink of war” (Netflix)
4. “Don’t look up” (Netflix)
3. “The Royal Treatment” (Netflix)
1. “The Home Team” (Netflix)
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