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Peter Jackson’s Beatles series Get Back is a feast for one particular kind of fan

Arcane is great TV even if you don’t care about League of Legends

Halle Berry’s Netflix movie Bruised triggers the usual Halle Berry Curse

Black Panther #1 pushes Wakanda forward but rolls T’challa’s character back

Hulk #1 wants Bruce Banner to terrify you

The new Resident Evil movie finally embraces horror, but it should be trashier

Part 2 of Netflix’s He-Man sequel gets real philosophical, and… kinda sexy?

Nintendo’s new Zelda handheld feels like a hint at things to come

Ruined King: A League of Legends Story is the perfect popcorn RPG

Hayao Miyazaki’s directorial debut Future Boy Conan set the tone for a 40-year career

Grand Theft Auto trilogy’s Definitive Edition misses the point of a remaster

AMC’s Anna takes an old Star Trek plot to deeper, darker places

Hextech Mayhem is a creative music game with room to improvise

The Feast squishes its way through one of the year’s smartest, most sickening horror stories

The big backstory of Netflix’s musical Tick, Tick… Boom! is as vital as its actual plot

Will Smith’s real-life sports drama King Richard is so much more fun than it should be

Ghostbusters: Afterlife redefines what a Ghostbusters story can look like

Train to Busan director takes on God in Netflix’s visceral series Hellbound

Tiger King 2 struggles to find a purpose

A spoiler-free review of Inscryption

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl recapture the magic of a simpler, better time

Riverdale has found an even more thrilling shark to jump: Midsommar

Robins #1 is a big, fun, messy family reunion

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

The Wheel of Time subverts expectations to become fresh fantasy

Animal Crossing: New Horizons: The final review

Disney’s Encanto is a musical masterpiece

Cowboy Bebop turns a classic anime into a Saturday morning cartoon

Netflix’s Red Notice is as bad as blockbuster movies can possibly get

Sylvester Stallone radically recut Rocky IV into another mixed (punching) bag

Call of Duty: Vanguard continues the trend of mythmaking and tokenization

Animal Crossing Happy Home Paradise does what all DLC should: make a great game even better