The Class Of 92

The Class Of 92

The Class of 92, a cinematic documentary detailing the rise to prominence and global sporting superstardom of six supremely talented young Manchester United footballers (David Beckham, ...

.This is an ispiring story showing the rise of six supermely talented class boys who made the most amazing soccer stories through the young soccer leagues. The films brings David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Phil Neville and Pau Scholes back together to tell the story and share their memmories. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Class Of 92 torrent reviews

Paul C (au) wrote: Interesting start with some decent acting. But, ultimately predictable with a script in total confusion. Paul Chambers, CNN.

Despina G (de) wrote: Typical, although a less "philosophical" Kusturica. But his surrealism can never be unconsidered. But what is the secret of those Slavs making such grotesque movies? Add Comment - 0 CommentsWrite a comment...

Marco P (nl) wrote: I'm a huge fan of Alan Partridge, from the Day Today to Knowing Me Knowing You to his eponymous sitcom. While it felt good to see Alan and familiar faces again, the movie felt a bit dark for the likes of the King of Chat. Could've used some more of his classic quips and laughs.

Elliot G (nl) wrote: Not too good, despite the 'early days of film' aspect, which usually overwhelms other films' weaknesses.

rijane j (fr) wrote: i really loved this inspired me to go on a mission:))

Jeff B (nl) wrote: Oh, no! A whur-wolf.

Bheema D (jp) wrote: The critics consensus is right on this one.

Chris I (ag) wrote: absurdist cult musical comedy with soundtrack by "talking heads". seriously? this movie was incroyable!

Weul S (gb) wrote: This film is an amazing torch-passing thriller, as the obvious monsters of old are replaced with the subtle monsters that live in us all. A pinnacle film & an amazing directorial debut.

Allan C (de) wrote: Breezy and quite entertaining 1960s heist film along the lines of "Topkapi" or "The Italian Job." Michael Caine makes his Hollywood debut as a English cat burglar pulling off the perfect heist with the help of Eurasian dancer Shirley MacLaine. Herbert Lom plays the owner of their target. Caine is good, but MacLaine is utterly charming (if you can put aside the ugly Hollywood tradition of white actors playing ethnic parts). Caine is rather cold in her part, but still good. MacLaine is the real star here and her star makes this film very much worth watching. Directed by Ronald Neame and written by Alvin Sargent (who's been writing since the 1950s and who's still working today, most recently just writing the script for the last three Spiderman films). Well worth watching, especially for MacLaine fans.

Lee A (jp) wrote: I laugh every time watch it!

Dyron W (kr) wrote: I Love You, Man is a Apatowian bromance that scores thanks to the hilarious chemistry between Paul Rudd and Jason Segel.

Emilie O (kr) wrote: And I thought I would really like that one. Way too self-indulgent.