These are the top 50 movies of the year, according to Google

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A scene from “Star Trek Beyond.”
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Google has compiled the top movies of the year and it’s confirmed: 2016 was another great year for superhero films.

The year’s top films included “Captain America: Civil War,” “Deadpool,” and “Batman v Superman” – which actually made the list twice – as well as other action films like “Spectre” and “Star Trek Beyond.”

Google put together its list of the top 50 movies based on the most popular content worldwide on the Google Play store. Not all the movies on this list were released in 2016 – some came out at the end of 2015.

Here are the 50 films that dominated our screens throughout the year.


50. “The Boss”

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Universal Pictures

49. “The Conjuring 2”

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Warner Bros.

48. “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows”

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Paramount

47. “Finding Dory”

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Pixar

46. “Goosebumps”

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Sony

45. “Neighbors 2”

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44. “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”

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Paramount

43. “The Huntsman: Winter’s War”

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Universal Pictures

42. “The Peanuts Movie”

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20th Century Fox Entertainment

41. “Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates”

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YouTube/20th Century Fox

40. “The 5th Wave”

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Columbia Pictures

39. “Spotlight”

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Open Road Films

38. “How to be Single”

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Warner Bros.

37. “The Night Before”

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Columbia Pictures

36. “The Nice Guys”

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Warner Bros.

35. “The Legend of Tarzan”

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Warner Bros.

34. “The Divergent Series: Allegiant”

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Lionsgate

33. “Warcraft”

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Legendary Pictures, Universal Pictures and ILM

32. “Sisters”

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Universal

31. “Ghostbusters”

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Sony

30. “Independence Day: Resurgence”

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Fox

29. “The Angry Birds Movie”

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28. “Gods of Egypt”

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Lionsgate

27. “The Last Witch Hunter”

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Scott Garfield/Lionsgate

26. “Dirty Grandpa”

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Lionsgate

25. “Bridge of Spies”

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20th Century Fox

24. “Ride Along 2”

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Universal Pictures

23. “Now You See Me 2”

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Lionsgate

22. “10 Cloverfield Lane”

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Paramount

21. “The Big Short”

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Paramount Pictures

20. “Central Intelligence”

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Warner Bros.

19. “Kung Fu Panda 3”

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20th Century Fox

18. “London Has Fallen”

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Millennium Films

17. “Star Trek Beyond”

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Paramount Pictures

16. “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”

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Warner Bros

15. “The Jungle Book”

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Disney

14. “The Hateful Eight”

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Andrew Cooper/The Weinstein Company

13. “Daddy’s Home”

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Paramount Pictures

12. “13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi”

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Paramount

11. “Creed”

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Warner Bros.

10. “X-Men Apocalypse”

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20th Century Fox/YouTube

9. “The Good Dinosaur”

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Disney/Pixar

8. “Spectre”

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Sony

7. “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2”

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Lionsgate

6. “The Revenant”

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5. “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” (Ultimate edition)

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Warner Bros.

4. “Captain America: Civil War”

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Marvel

3. “Zootopia”

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Disney

2. “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”

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Disney

1. “Deadpool”

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20th Century Fox