Dennis Lim

Dennis Lim is editorial director at the Museum of the Moving Image and a regular contributor to the New York Times and the Los Angeles Times.

Culturebox
Dec. 29 2010 3:17 PMDirty DancingIs Black Swan, Darren Aronofsky's tawdry thriller, a work of camp?
Culturebox
Aug. 20 2009 1:13 PMQuentin TarantinoHas one of the most overrated directors of the '90s become one of the most underrated of the aughts?
Culturebox
July 9 2009 12:03 PMOn the OffensiveAfter Brüno, Hollywood depictions of gays may never be the same. That's a good thing.
Culturebox
Nov. 26 2008 2:02 PM"Harvey Would Have Opened It in October"Could Milk have changed the Prop 8 vote?
Dvd extras
April 1 2008 8:06 AMFugue InterstateLost Highway—the O.J. Simpson story by way of Vertigo as imagined by David Lynch—finally comes to DVD.
Dvd extras
Aug. 23 2007 10:34 AMDavid Lynch Goes DigitalWhy Inland Empire is better on your TV than it was on the big screen.
The Movie Club
Jan. 5 2005 3:40 PMAbout That Voice Poll ...
The Oscars
March 5 2010 9:55 AMUp in the AirA slick Hollywood star vehicle dressed up by a mediocre filmmaker to look like an emblematic chronicle of our tough economic times.
Dvd extras
July 14 2009 6:53 AMSex on the DesertWas Zabriskie Point—Antonioni's biggest flop—just misunderstood?
The Oscars
Jan. 26 2009 6:19 PMWhat, Exactly, Is Slumdog Millionaire?Is it a) a portrait of the real India, b) a Bollywood-style melodrama, c) a fairy tale, or d) a stylishly shot collection of clichés?
Culturebox
July 28 2008 6:28 PMLet's Step OutsideThe evolution of the fight scene, from the Duke to the Dark Knight.
Culturebox
Dec. 24 2007 2:34 PMBigger, Louder, More FrogsHow Paul Thomas Anderson sets himself apart from Hollywood's other wunderkinds.
Obit
July 31 2007 7:00 PMHold That ShotThe languorous, achingly hip films of Michelangelo Antonioni.

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The World

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Can it be again?

Paul Farmer: Up to 90 Percent of Ebola Patients Should Survive

Is he right?

Science

“I’m Not a Scientist” Is No Excuse

Politicians brag about their ignorance while making ignorant decisions.

Technology

Driving in Circles

The autonomous Google car may never actually happen.

In Praise of 13th Grade: Why a Fifth Year of High School Is a Great Idea 

PowerPoint Is the Worst, and Now It’s the Latest Way to Hack Into Your Computer

  News & Politics
The World
Oct. 22 2014 6:30 PM The Tragedies That Have Shaped Canada's Gun Politics
  Business
Continuously Operating
Oct. 22 2014 2:38 PM Crack Open an Old One A highly unscientific evaluation of Germany’s oldest breweries.
  Life
Gentleman Scholar
Oct. 22 2014 5:54 PM May I Offer to Sharpen My Friends’ Knives? Or would that be rude?
  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 22 2014 4:27 PM Three Ways Your Text Messages Change After You Get Married
  Slate Plus
Tv Club
Oct. 22 2014 5:27 PM The Slate Walking Dead Podcast A spoiler-filled discussion of Episodes 1 and 2.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Oct. 22 2014 4:10 PM Skinny Mark Wahlberg Goes for an Oscar: The First Trailer for The Gambler
  Technology
Future Tense
Oct. 22 2014 5:33 PM One More Reason Not to Use PowerPoint: It’s The Gateway for a Serious Windows Vulnerability
  Health & Science
Wild Things
Oct. 22 2014 2:42 PM Orcas, Via Drone, for the First Time Ever
  Sports
Sports Nut
Oct. 20 2014 5:09 PM Keepaway, on Three. Ready—Break! On his record-breaking touchdown pass, Peyton Manning couldn’t even leave the celebration to chance.