Entertainment Weekly: The Must List
(Entertainment Weekly) -- A "Big Red One," a hot 100 and eight other things Entertainment Weekly recommends this week:
1. "Psychonauts" Game designer extraordinaire Tim Schafer is at it again with a trippy Xbox/PC title about a youngster with an ability to enter the minds of others.
2. TV show finales Say farewell to ''Everybody Loves Raymond'' -- and hello to Quentin Tarantino, as he lends his pulp intensity to ''CSI."
From EW: The Fall of the Romano Empire
3. Alan Lomax If ethnomusicology sounds boring, you've never heard the haunting field recordings made by the late folklorist from 1946 to 1994. Find a national treasure at www.lomaxarchive.com.
4. "Devils & Dust," Bruce Springsteen Plainspoken but consummately literate tales of broken souls glimmer with optimism and vitality.
EW review: "Devils & Dust"
5. "Enduring Love" Now on DVD: Rhys Ifans is chilling as a sweetly implacable stalker in a taut, jolting adaptation of the Ian McEwan novel.
6. "Wilt, 1962," by Gary M. Pomerantz Using info gleaned from extensive research and more than 250 interviews, Pomerantz re-creates an epochal (but, alas, untelevised) night in sports history: Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point basketball game.
EW review: "Wilt, 1962"
7. Errol Flynn All right, m'hearties! Old Hollywood's most irresistibly dashing scamp swashbuckles to perfection on Warner's new five-film DVD set.
8. "Best of You," Foo Fighters From a whimper to a scream-along chorus, Dave Grohl's angry confessional howl cuts to the bone.
9. "The Big Red One: The Reconstruction" Director Sam Fuller's underappreciated 1980 film -- based on his own experiences as a WWII GI -- gets a remarkable two-DVD restoration.
10. Jeremy Irons in "Kingdom of Heaven" As a conflicted nobleman, the veteran thesp brings gravitas to Ridley Scott's uneven Crusades epic.
EW review: "Kingdom of Heaven"
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