The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese’s true-life tale of corrupt New York stockbrokers, was the most illegally downloaded movie of 2014.
Disney cartoon Frozen was second on the list, said The Hollywood Reporter, quoting piracy-tracking firm Excipio.
Both films were downloaded around 30 million times by torrent users between 1 January and 23 December 2014.
The third most-pirated film was space thriller Gravity.
It was just behind Frozen with 29.357 million downloads.
It was nominated for best picture at the Oscars and contained more than 500 uses of the F-word in its almost three-hour running time.
Other Oscar nominees in the most-pirated top 20 included 12 Years a Slave, American Hustle and Captain Phillips.
The Hollywood Reporter noted that the biggest-grossing film of the year, The Guardians of the Galaxy, was not on the list “perhaps because anyone interested in the film opted to see it in theaters”.
And Variety reported that while the number three spot went to RoboCop, the figures included both MGM’s 2014 reboot as well as the original 1987 version.
1. The Wolf of Wall Street 30.035m
2. Frozen 29.919m
3. RoboCop 29.879m
4. Gravity 29.357m
5. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug 27.627m
6. Thor: The Dark World 25.749m
7. Captain America: The Winter Soldier 25.628m
8. The Legend of Hercules 25.137m
9. X-Men: Days of Future Past 24.380m
10. 12 Years a Slave 23.653 million
11. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire 23.543m
12. American Hustle 23.143m
13. 300: Rise of an Empire 23.096m
14. Transformers: Age of Extinction 21.65m
15. Godzilla 20.956m
16. Noah 20.334m
17. Divergent 20.312m
18. Edge of Tomorrow 20.299m
19. Captain Phillips 19.817m
20. Lone Survivor 19.130m