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Psychonauts
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Ian McEwan
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(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 Empireexternal link

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"external link

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"external link

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"external link


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