The Must List: November 3, 2006
1. 'MARIE ANTOINETTE'
Let the style-starved masses feast on Sofia Coppola's latest big-screen treat, as Kirsten Dunst's teenage queen spends the 1770s in modern self-absorbed bliss. Review >
2. BATTLE OF THE BANDS
More than 60 famous album covers come alive and duke it out in this gloriously gory animated clip. (motionographer.com/media/battle_adbands-w.mov)
3. 'THE GHOST AT THE TABLE,' BY SUZANNE BERNE
A spinsterish writer visits her family for Thanksgiving and has an opportunity to revisit some long-festering resentment. Review >
4. MEREDITH EATON-GILDEN IN 'BOSTON LEGAL'
For her hilarious work as Denny Crane's pocket-size paramour, Bethany. She may be short in stature, but she's long on acid wit and impeccable comic timing. Preview >
5. JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE'S ''MY LOVE'' VIDEO
In which JT gets down and dirty and continues his tireless campaign for the restoration of ''sexy.''
6. PRINCE LORENZO
He's Italian royalty like the ML is a runway model. But we like the Bachelor star he's the first of his kind who's not, well, a total tool. Preview >
7. 'SWEET LAND'
In 1920, a young bride from Norway arrives in Minnesota to meet her husband-to-be. A lovely film that explores without a grain of sentimentality the immigrant experience in rural America. Review >
8. 'UNDER THE SKIN,' LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM
Still spinning Fleetwood Mac's 29-year-old Rumours? Try their frontman's new solo set for an edgy, acoustic spin on the Mac's pristine pop sound. Review >
9. '50 DAYS WORSE THAN YOURS,' BY JUSTIN RACZ
Feeling down? Take in the book's schadenfreude charms and cheer up: At least you're not on the deck of the Titanic or...gulping spoiled shellfish or...
10. 'THE PRESTIGE'
Two Victorian-age magicians played by Hugh Jackman and Christian Bale are partners-turned-rivals in this electrifying sleight-of-hand thriller. Review >