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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

The 50 best games of 2018

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

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

A list of retroactive recipients of Polygon Recommends

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

The Wave’s drug-trip story offers a secondhand high

The clunky action in Bad Boys for Life is also the point

Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts turns the apocalypse into a wild toy-box fantasy

Yes, the $29.99 PS4 controller upgrade is worth it

Netflix’s The Circle is the sweetest reality show about catfishing

Underwater plunges Kristen Stewart into an aquatic Alien knockoff

Doctor Who’s new season is a radical step back in the right direction

2020’s The Grudge is glum horror for a nihilistic season

The best PC games

The best Xbox One games

The best PlayStation 4 games

The Witcher’s failings show what makes The Mandalorian so strong

Cats is what you’d see if your third eye suddenly opened

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Wattam is weird, but not wonderful

Netflix’s 6 Underground sucks the joy out of explosions

The new Black Christmas reinvents a 1974 slasher for a feminist era

In Uncut Gems, Adam Sandler plays Russian roulette with Chekhov’s gun