Slate's Summer Movies IssueOld habits die hard.
CopycatCan China create its own Hollywood?
Love Letter to LoisSuperman's main squeeze—and mine.
Hacked to DeathWill the novelization survive the DVD era?
Man of StaleSuperman Returns—now can we send him back?
Watching the DetectivesRichard Linklater adapts Philip K. Dick's A Scanner Darkly.
The MoviegoerWhat social scientists and economists can tell us about our cinematic preferences.
Sharksploitation!Jaws and the sad decline of the shark movie.
Booger-Eating MoronsIn praise of The Bad News Bears.
Rupert Murdoch Strikes BackHis bold plan to give away 20 million digital video recorders.
All That Money Can Muck Up
The Pimp Who Saved HollywoodHustle & Flow and the rise of the "indie blockbuster."
The MySpace DirectorLearning to love—or at least tolerate—the movies of Larry Clark.
It's a Wonderful ListInspiring movies and what to do about them.
The Viagra AuteursIn defense of old movie directors.
The Pleasures of PopcornSummer Movies Week at Slate.
The Movie I've Seen the MostFilms that Spike Lee, Peter Farrelly, and Paul Schrader watch obsessively.
Boringus MaximusHow the historical epic died with Kingdom of Heaven.
An Extremely Macho ElfReconsidering Steve McQueen.
The Bad Boy of SummerMichael Bay vs. his critics.
So, You Want To Start a Film Festival …Don't.
The Joy of BlockbustersSummer Movies Week at Slate.
Lucas vs. SpielbergThe worst best friends in Hollywood.