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People Greatest Moments in Pop Culture

3.44  ·  Rating Details  ·  9 Ratings  ·  7 Reviews
It's everywhere and everything-TV, movies, music, advertising, sports, fashion. From "yada yada" to the Rachel hairdo, Michael Jackson's moonwalk to E.T.'s quest to phone home. PEOPLE 1000 Greatest Moments in Pop Culture looks back in wonder at the scores of movie scenes, quick fads, and unforgettable moments that defined American culture for the past 40 years.

Hardcover, 128 pages
Published October 25th 2011 by Time, Incorporated Home Entertainment (first published May 17th 2011)
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Nov 22, 2015 Jeff rated it it was ok
Recommended to Jeff by: Shannon Newton

1st Read: November 10 - November 10, 2015

There were some interesting things and even more, not so interesting things in this book. One of the saddest stories of 2004 was not included. That being, the reckless murdering and gunning down of guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, (formerly of Pantera) while the band, Damageplan performed! As well, the fire in a Rhode Island club that killed many people while Great White performed! Where was the Ben Johnson steroid scandal or Flo-Jo's? No deaths men
Sep 02, 2011 Terri rated it liked it
The cover pictured isnt the one for this book. But it was a quick, fun nostalgic journey through highlights from 1974 to 2011. Not always the ones I would choose (like where is Bill Gates? Steve Jobs? The Death of Superman?) but the interesting (and probably sad) thing is there were less than a dozen items out of a thousan I didnt know about. of course, that's why it's called "Pop" culture I guess
Nov 01, 2013 Lola rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Magazine readers and pop culture lovers
I first spotted this in my local Rite Aid. Being the magazine whore I am, I begged my mom to buy it for me. Not surprisingly, she did, and I devoured the thing in a sitting. Still, I found myself compelled to re-read it over and over again. It's funny how things happen in your lifetime that you don't even remember happening. It was really refreshing to look at something that did have some history to it but focused more on the social and cultural aspects. Of course, this wasn't entirely fluff, b ...more
J. Bryce
Jun 09, 2012 J. Bryce rated it it was ok
Shelves: crap, non-fiction
This may be one of the lamest, most superficial books ever published, after Dianetics, of course.

The title promises a lot but the list of "1000 Biggest Moments" is no interesting ranking of pop culture moments, but a chronological list (without dates, btw) of pop culture crap that's happened from the Last Episode of the Brady Bunch (#1? No, just first.) and the factoid that "the first of some 76 million Baby Bookers turn 65 on January 1, 2011."

Very disappointing. C'mon -- is the murder of Ron
Apr 22, 2013 Kristen rated it it was amazing
It's a great book for what it's meant for: providing random knowledge about events in pop culture. A great gift or item for the information junkie in your life.
Rebecca (everyday reader)
Jan 18, 2012 Rebecca (everyday reader) rated it really liked it
Shelves: art-photography
Beautiful photographs!!
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