Rated 4.6 out of 5★ by 7reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Crew96 One of the Greatest Soccer Films of All-Time Manchester United has produced some great footballers over the years, but none more prolific than the group of David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, Phil Neville, and Nicky Butt. That class of footballers defined Manchester United for many years.The Class of â€™92 is an incredible film about that special group of footballers. The film is absolutely first-class in every regard.Most importantly it offers a rare glimpse into the world of great footballers, focusing on their roots and development as players. This film has the feel of a private chat with several of Man Uâ€™s biggest stars of the modern era. Itâ€™s like having a pint or a meal with some of the greatest players the Red Devils have ever produced.There is a lot of powerful reminiscing and storytelling. There are some poignant moments, especially when they talk about the Munich Air Disaster and Busbyâ€™s Babes. Interviews with Sir Alex Ferguson, Tony Blair, and Eric Cantona frame the film in a spectacular, star-studded kind of way.The best part has to be the footballers candidly talking about each other. They clearly love the game and go about it the right way. Their friendships were built from hard work and a long journey together to be the very best. The content is completely natural and unrehearsed, something that is absolutely priceless.This group has built upon a great tradition at Manchester United, giving the next generation a lot to live up to. A massive fan of English football, I have to say I even learned a lot from the film. It certainly was an all-encompassing piece, bringing music, art, politics, history, and culture into the beautiful game.The Class of â€™92 is easily one of the best soccer films I have ever seen, certainly on par with Once in a Lifetime and The Two Escobars, considered by many to be the best ever in the genre.Youâ€™ll never look at these players the same way again. 07/07/2014
Rated 4 out of 5★ by RadIrish Great Great 07/13/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★ by GloryGloryManUnited This one is a gem ! There are a dozen generic documentaries out there about Manchester United during the Ferguson era. This ain't one of them. This one is unique. The stuff you've seen over and over in all the other documentaries is kept to a minimum here.The best part of the film is listening to the players reminisce about their experiences together. They tell a lot of funny and insightful stories about each other and about things that went on behind the scenes. Things I had never heard before.There are also comments from Sir Alex Ferguson and Eric Cantona (you would expect to hear from these two) and even Tony Blair.Give this one a look. You won't be disappointed. 07/28/2014
Rated 4 out of 5★ by Bishlad should have added Cantona They should have added Cantona, the catalyst for this remarkable group 07/09/2014
Rated 4 out of 5★ by SmoMoney A must have for any die-hard Man United fan! Excellent documentary, information about each player that I didn't know before and also great behind-the-scenes footage and stories from the players. 07/22/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★ by TrustuLoveu Totally awesome documentary Totally worth it 07/23/2014
Rated 5 out of 5★ by tooter2ter Great throw back to years gone by Very good...... 07/23/2014