Everyone has been watching this week.

Each week, the most popular streamed movies come down to a few factors, including buzz, smart marketing and PR campaigns, star power, and a slow burn, word-of-mouth phenomenon that leads people to finally watch it out of spite. To get a sense of what everyone is watching, we've used data from streaming aggregation Reelgood, which gathers those coveted viewership numbers from hundreds of streaming services in the U.S.

There are some newcomers to the top list, including a film about a poker player haunted by his past, as well as a film about a top gun and a movie about dinosaurs.

A lot of people are watching, but that doesn't mean it's good. The 10 most streamed films of the week are listed here.

1. Top Gun

A man in a naval uniform sings into a microphone to a woman dressed in white, surrounded by onlookers.

Kelly McGillis, rudely not asked to be in "Top Gun: Maverick." Credit: Paramount / Kobal / Shutterstock

You're probably going to revisit the original Top Gun if you want to see the new one. Tony Scott's 1986 elite fighter pilot action classic has a Kenny Loggins soundtrack and That Volleyball Scene.

How do you bring an action hero from the '80's into the 2020's without him feeling like a fossil? The team behind Top Gun has done a great job.

Top Gun is now available on Prime Video and Paramount+.

2. Hustle

Two men sit in a basketball court stand.

Juancho Hernangomez as Bo Cruz and Adam Sandler as Stanley Sugerman. Credit: Scott Yamano / Netflix

A lot of you are at the top of the queue for Adam Sandler's new movie, 'Hustle'. Bo Cruz, a talented player who has some baggage in his past, is played by Juancho Hernangmez, a talented player who has some baggage in his past. I'm going to be more complicated than Stanley thought.

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3. The Northman

Two people in Viking robes sit on horses.

Saddle up for an Icelandic saga. Credit: Aidan Monaghan

The bloody Nordic tale of Prince Amleth's quest to avenge the murder of his father, King Aurvandil War-Raven, has hit streaming.

The Northman is a historical epic that is star-packed, action-packed, and far from the crowd-pleasing likes of Gladiator.

The Northman is now available on Peacock.

4. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

A T-Rex roars over a crouching man and a dead Anklyosaurus, while a spherical transport sits nearby.

Everyone's gotta catch up on WTF happened in the last one... Credit: Universal Pictures

People are going to watch the second movie in the trilogy, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, this week. There is a debate in the US Senate about whether or not to save the dinosaurs from a volcano that could cause a catastrophic eruption. It's going to be a lot of work and a lot of fun.

It can be pleasantly odd when it is moment-to- moment. Chris Pratt gets to show off his physical comedy chops in a scene that seems inspired by the movie "Wolf of Wall Street". She has a flair for drama, no matter what you think of the film. She winked in a scene.

The movie is now streaming on fuboTV.

5. Jurassic World

A man holds his palm out, holding something back.

Where the palm thing started. Credit: Universal Pictures

It doesn't work out.

The film was dressed up in computer-generated raptor hide.

The movie is now available on Spectrum.

6. The Lost City

A man holds up a lantern at the front of a boat, while two people appear to be captives behind him.

Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum hit the jungle. Credit: Paramount Pictures

On a recent flight, I looked around the plane and saw almost every single screen showing Robert Zemeckis' The Lost City. A romance novelist and her book's cover model are stranded on an island in the Atlantic on a quest to find a mythical crown, and they are joined by a group of other people.

The Lost City is an adventure that is inoffensively entertaining and easy to enjoy.

The Lost City is now available on Paramount+.

7. No Time to Die

Two professional women stand in front of a white brick tiled wall.

Lashana Lynch (left) and Léa Seydoux (right) redefine so-called Bond women in all the right ways.  Credit: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer / Eon Productions

The most recent James Bond film and the last to star Daniel Craig as 007 introduces a host of new characters.

No Time To Die is a triumphant last lap for Daniel Craig that closes a wonderful stretch of Ian Fleming's legacy. It explores its source material in a way that will make you fall in love again. Is Bond deserving of the award?

No Time to Die is now available on Prime Video.

8. The Card Counter

Two people sit at a table in a dimly lit bar looking at each other.

Big deals. Credit: Focus Features

Oscar Isaac plays a former military interrogator turned poker player in The Card Counter, a film written and directed by Paul Schrader and produced by Martin Scorsese. William Tell is haunted by his past and has an opportunity to get revenge on someone. The film just hit streaming.

The Card Counter is now streaming on the pay per view channel.

9. Emergency

Three men in a man, looking worried.

This night did not go according to plan. Credit: Quantrell Colbert / Amazon Content Service LLC

Carey Williams' Emergency has been streaming on Prime Video since it was released at the festival. Kunle and Sean are going to go to a lot of Spring Break parties, but their apartment door is not open because Carlos is playing a video game. There is a white woman on the floor who is semiconscious. They should call the police. Three people are concerned about what the police will think and do. They will have to race all over town to make sure Emma is safe.

Emergency is now available on Prime Video.

10. Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

A man in a suit and tie holds a magic wand near a person's temple as a floating substance emerges from it.

Mads Mikkelsen takes over as Grindlewald. Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and The Crimes of Grindelwald have already been released. In this film, a young Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law) and Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) and their wizard and witch pals have to stop the evil plans of dark wizard Grindelwald.

We thought that if I wanted to see the wizarding world unite against a dark wizard, I would just watch the original Harry Potter films. You could also do the same.

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore is available to view on the internet.