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Blumhouse’s Fantasy Island is mercenary, disposable, shameless fun

Like romance itself, Netflix’s To All the Boys sequel is cute and frustrating

The Sonic movie is a side-scrolling adventure that needed more chaos

Netflix’s limp Locke & Key raises the question: Was this comic ever adaptable?

The 50 best games of 2018

Apple’s new game dev comedy loves video games, but lacks laughs

The horror movie The Lodge attempts to pull off The Prestige

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Birds of Prey emancipates the superheroine with a joyful sucker punch

Polygon is updating its reviews program for 2018 — and saying farewell to scores

A list of retroactive recipients of Polygon Recommends

Days of War is not the greatest WWII game in the world, it’s just a (messy) tribute

Warcraft 3: Reforged review: a relic ruined by upgrades

The Good Place’s finale was both totally surprising and totally predictable

Blake Lively’s assassin thriller The Rhythm Section is missing a beat

Gretel & Hansel makes an early bid for 2020’s best genre movie

This high-pressure propaganda sim can’t stop getting silly

Kentucky Route Zero review: a grim road trip about the stops along the way

Just a bright and happy little game about corporate drudgery, colonialism, and death

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Boys State packs all the flaws of American politics into one weeklong experiment

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Sundance: Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan get a double origin story

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is delivering a better version of Daenerys Targaryen’s story

The Gentlemen turns Guy Ritchie into his own worst enemy

Little America’s positive premise is the whole problem

The Turning is a disjointed, half-finished adaptation

Color Out of Space takes Lovecraft to screaming new extremes

Star Trek: Picard fights for the Federation’s utopian future

Weathering With You is an intense sensual joy

HBO’s Avenue 5 mocks the cold equations of hard science fiction

Dolittle should be charged with malpractice

VHYES succeeds by using comedy sketches the wrong way

Tokyo Mirage Sessions is a ridiculous gem that’s finally getting a second chance

MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries is a broken game saved by a single button