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The 10 most pirated movies of the week (01/15/2019)

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The 10 most pirated movies of the week

We have already come to the end of the first half of January and many films have come and gone from theatres. In the underworld of the internet, pirates work nonstop to bring to the public those films that, for one reason or another, have been hit on the big screen – even if illegally.

On this week’s list, the most pirated movie is also a rookie: The First Man . Starring Ryan Gosling, the biopic tells the story of astronaut Neil Armstrong and his entire odyssey to his feet on the moon and say the famous phrase: “A small step for man, but a great leap for mankind.”

Soon after, the podium is completed by two superhero movies. Aquaman takes the silver medal just the week the news broke that it surpassed the $ 1 billion mark at the box office, while Venom is in third place – a feat both considering the bittersweet taste he leaves in who watches it.

In addition to these three productions, what we see in the rest of the ranking of most downloaded movies in the torrent portals is a true dance of the chairs, without any great news. The exception is because of the independent feature film Gray in the Snow , which appears here for the first time in the tail of the queue telling the story of a young woman in love with art.

Check out the full list of most pirated movies of the week. Each production comes with its trailers and synopses.

The 10 most pirated movies of the week

1. The First Man

Biography The story of Neil Armstrong (Ryan Gosling), an astronaut who was the first man to step on the moon. NASA prepares the mission to clear the moon, and aboard Apollo 11, Armstrong manages to do so in July 1969.

2. Aquaman

Son of human Tom Curry (Temuera Morrison) with Atlante Atlante (Nicole Kidman), Arthur Curry (Jason Momo) grows with the living of a human and the meta-human capabilities of an Atlantean. When his brother Orm (Patrick Wilson) wishes to become the Master of the Oceans, subjugating the other aquatic kingdoms so that he can attack the surface, Arthur has the task to prevent the imminent war. For this, he receives the help of Mera (Amber Heard), princess of one of the kingdoms, and the support of Vulko (Willem Dafoe), who has secretly trained him since his adolescence.

3. Venom

San Francisco, United States. Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) is an investigative journalist who has his own board at a local station. One day he is scheduled to interview Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed), the creator of the Life Foundation, who has invested heavily in space missions to find possible medicinal uses for mankind. After accessing a confidential document sent to his girlfriend, lawyer Anne Weying (Michelle Williams), Brock discovers that Drake has done scientific experiments on humans. He decides to report the situation during the interview, which causes him to be fired. Six months later, the unemployed Brock is approached by Dr. Dora Skirth (Jenny Slate) with a complaint: Drake would be using alien symbiotes in human trials, many of them dead as guinea pigs.

4. The Vanishing

Lighthouse keeper James (Gerard Butler) and two other colleagues arrive on the Flannan Islands in Scotland for six weeks of work. The trio needs to maintain the lighthouse, and the routine in place is very lonely. As time goes by, the lighthouse keepers go into a spiral of paranoia when one of them disappears.

5. Johnny English 3.0

In his new adventure, Johnny English (Rowan Atkinson) is the ultimate Salvation of the Secret Service when a cyber attack reveals the identities of all agents in the country. Taken from his retirement, he returns to the active mission of finding the hacker behind the attack. With few analog skills and methods, Johnny English needs to overcome the challenges of the technological world to make the mission a success.

6. Ralph Breaks the Internet

Ralph, the most famous video game villain, and Vanellope, his troubled companion, embark on a risky adventure traveling the expansive and unfamiliar universe of the Internet. This time, the mission is to find a spare part to save the game of Vanellope, the Sweet Race. For this, they rely on the help of “Internet citizens” and Yess, the soul behind Buzzztube, a famous website that dictates trends.

7. The Favorite

Gary Hart (Hugh Jackman) is a charismatic politician from Colorado and therefore becomes the Democratic nominee’s major candidate for the 1988 US presidential election. Everything goes well until his life goes down a notch when a personal scandal comes to the fore and puts at risk not only your candidacy but also the fate of everyone around you.

8. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) meets the dear friends Tina Goldstein (Katherine Waterston), Queenie Goldstein (Alison Sudol) and Jacob Kowalski (Dan Fogler). He is recruited by his former Hogwarts teacher, Albus Dumbledore (Jude Law), to face the terrible box of darkness Gellert Grindelwald (Johnny Depp), who escaped from the custody of the Macusa (US Congress) and reunites followers, dividing the world between magical beings of pure blood and non-magical beings.

9. Bird Box

In a post-apocalyptic world, Malorie (Sandra Bullock) and her children must come to a shelter to escape creatures that, when seen, make people extremely violent and suicidal. Blindfolded not to be affected, the family follows the course of a river to reach the place in safety.

10. Ashes in the Snow

In 1941, an aspiring teenage artist is deported along with her family to Siberia. Meanwhile, the region of the Baltic states is in constant conflict, but the girl’s passion for art, along with its persistence, will break the silence.

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