Nocturnal Animals - I found the idea of this interesting but the execution incredibly tedious and couldn't finish it. I also couldn't finish Tom Ford's previous movie A Single Man. I'm sure he'll be crying himself to sleep on all of his Gucci money.
Practical Magic is fun and I can see why some people adore it even though I found the tonal shifts throughout jarring. In my memory there's a dance sequence to Faith Hill that pretty much almost immediately cuts to "Black-Eyed Dog" by Nick Drake, which kind of sums it up.
I don't think I've heard any of the glam metal albums. Should I? I don't terribly like glam, metal, or Guns n' Roses.
Solid Britpop list based on my knowledge. The name Mansun rings a bell - I'll check that out. Glad the Kenickie made it. They're a weirdly legendary band in certain circles of music fandom. E.g. this page from the ~2006ish comic Phonogram.
Good power pop list too, some stuff on there I should probably listen to sometime (spread apart - I definitely feel like I get diminishing marginal returns from the genre).
Some of Sonic Youth's '90s stuff (e.g. Dirty) is basically grunge, right? Or you could do Dinosaur Jr. or Neil Young as forerunners. Did Smashing Pumpkins ever count as grunge? I dunno, I'm just listing bands I don't like that are loud. Wikipedia says the first Veruca Salt album is grunge, that one's not bad.