Here's a new one: A story (a review, actually) that is 100 percent questions.
It definitely works for me -- although it goes on and on. You might feel like the reviewer's point has been made about halfway through or so, and the rest is the reviewer making sure you know that he ate (or tried to eat) a lot of stuff.
Anyway ... can you think of any other types of stories for which this approach would work?
The reviewer, Pete Wells of The New York Times, explains how he did the story in this post on Poynter.