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Nathan Rabin

3.53 of 5 Votes: 3
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Weird Al: The Book (2012)
language
English
4.1 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: I'm a huge fan of Weird Al and I love all the coffee table book aspects of this (the pictures, Al's lists, ect.), but Nathan Rabin's writing here is HORRIFIC. Even for a fan send up it's sickeningly mushy. Everything doesn't need a string of positive adjectives. Every album can't...
You Don't Know Me but You Don't Like Me: Phish, Insane Clown Posse, and My Misadventures with Two of Music's Most Maligned Tribes (2013)
language
English
3.15 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: I'm really curious about the cultures of Phish and Insane Clown Posse and Juggalos. I also almost always enjoy reading memoirs about mental illness. Seems like this would be the perfect book for me. But, it was just okay. There were some funny stories from the author's concert ex...
My Year of Flops: The A.V. Club Presents One Man's Journey Deep into the Heart of Cinematic Failure (2010)
language
English
3.73 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Nathan Rabin is a powerhouse who slapped film critique in the face during his year-long "My Year of Flops" experiment, and this book collects many of his reviews into one easy-to-read tome. Unlike some of the other reviewers here, I believe Rabin's work is well-worth paying for.I...
The Big Rewind: A Memoir Brought to You by Pop Culture (2009)
language
English
3.33 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: I read this book at the same time I was reading a book by Rob Sheffield, another pop culture critic. It was an interesting contrast. I think if I saw Sheffield on the street, I'd invite him for coffee. He seems adorable. If I saw Nathan Rabin, I think I'd cross the street. He...
Big Rewind: A Memoir Brought to You by Pop Culture (2009)
language
English
3.33 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Using artifacts of pop culture (various records, movies, and songs that have affected the author at different times of his life) as centering mechanisms for each chapter of Nathan Rabin's memoir is an effective tactic. Whether it's the rise of orthodox Jewish reggae artist Matisy...
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