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review ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò The Editors of Entertainment Weekly Ors of Entertainment Weekly Beginning with an introduction highlighting the 25 Things We've Forgotten About 1990 this full color deep dive into the past twenty five years of obsessive pop culture coverage features the magazine's incisive criticism tradema. I'm a huge fan of Entertainment Weekly magazine and it's not at all an exaggeration to say that I heard my copies even though I can find almost everything online these days There's just something about physical copies that can't be beat Overall this was a pretty great recap of popular culture for the last 25 years albeit one for a specific type of person and maybe not uite so general as they had intended At least I was the intended audience and walked away with a nice list of new movies to watchTwo reasons this was a 4 rather than 5 star for me I think their bullseye is comical and always like looking at it in the weekly issues Most of the bullseyes in this book missed the mark for me though Also while magazines are obviously a uicker publication in regards to turnaround time I feel like they could have spent a little effort on formatting There were several blatant errors in one case the text of a line got completely cut off and was just never finished

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Free download The Must List æ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Get ready to obsess over the last twenty five years of pop culture hits misses and cult classics THE MUST LIST is an elegantly packaged gift worthy compilation of 100 illustrated top 25 lists celebrating the best in TV movies books and music from the editors Rk humor and 2500 amazing moments Featured topics include Greatest Villains One Hit Wonders Best Superheroes Mobsters Zombies Dystopias Shocking Snubs Unsexiest Sexy Moments British Imports Memorable Deaths Late Night Comedy Wars and many binge worthy lis. I love Entertainment Weekly and have been a subscriber for over 20 years so when I noticed this book at the library I knew it would be a winner Clever lists infographics bright colors and a pleasing layout made this an enjoyable read Good stuff for my pop culture loving brain

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The Must ListGet ready to obsess over the last twenty five years of pop culture hits misses and cult classics THE MUST LIST is an elegantly packaged gift worthy compilation of 100 illustrated top 25 lists celebrating the best in TV movies books and music from the edit. Entertainment Weekly is unabashedly 'popular' culture That can be a good or a bad thing This collection of lists and rankings just exemplifies that Some of it is comforting and some of it is appalling Things like ranking the opening credits to Sex and the City as the most important fashion moment of the era 1990 2015 Or rating the 'unsexiest sex scenes' and actor transformations most of which are weight gainloss but a couple are literally putting on face maks or fake noses Or comparing villains across movies TV and books Or completely ignoring video games as a medium There's some 'valuable' information here seeing what topped the zeitgeist over the era but there's a lot here that already feels exceptionally dated in under 5 years Kevin Spacey's 4 mentions Kanye's 6 and a dearth of female focused spotlights I have to say I have never even heard of 18 of their top books; fantasy and science fiction don't rank high in 'popular' culture I guess There are some interesting pieces here and an occasional bit of depth that makes it a decent bathroom read I'd have ranked it 3 stars except for their terrible Infographics which provide little to no actual information or even make it unintelligible their Bullseye infographics are a travesty to the format If you're interested in what pop culture was like in 1990 2015 this makes a decent time capsule But if you're looking for relevance and timelessness you're reading the wrong book by the wrong magazine editors