The Must List: February 3, 2006
Amy Adams is fetchingly charming as a pregnant Southern naïf mesmerized by her big-city in-laws in Phil Morrison's 2005 Sundance hit, now on DVD. Review >
2. 'SHE GOT UP OFF THE COUCH,' BY HAVEN KIMMEL
A wry and wistful memoir, about a smart young girl dealing with grown-up issues and small-town life. Review >
3. 'RAWKUS RECORDS: BEST OF DECADE 1'
Fifteen fine cuts from the indie label that cultivated hip-hop artists like Mos Def and Talib Kweli.
4. 'AT CANAAN'S EDGE,' BY TAYLOR BRANCH
The final installment in a landmark civil rights trilogy indelibly casts Martin Luther King Jr. as a modern-day Moses. Preview >
5. ADEWALE AKINNUOYE-AGBAJE ON 'LOST'
As Mr. Eko, the Brit actor walks softly, carries a big stick, and is the show's most compelling castaway. Feature >
6. 'GO ASK ALICE,' BY ANONYMOUS
Before A Million Little Pieces, this was the controversial ''memoir'' of teenage drug addiction. Five million copies later, it's been reissued in a 35th-anniversary paperback edition.
8. 'ROBIN'S BIG DATE'
Holy horrible wingman! Batman crashes Robin's date in this seven-minute joker. (Watch it here.)
9. SAM PECKINPAH
Catch four of his genre-busting Westerns including the modern classic The Wild Bunch on a swell new DVD set. Preview >