In May, David Beckham hung up his cleats for good. So, with the game he played for two decades in the rearview mirror, it's time for Beckham to show off a side of himself that people rarely see; a more human, emotional side. While promoting The Class of 92, which chronicles his stint and the rest of the rest of the Manchester United squad during their early years of dominance in the Premier League, Becks started talking about films and shows that make him shed some tears. While his initial example, Armaggeddon, made a lot of sense, it went downhill from there. Friends? The Office? SMH. 

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[via Bleacher Report]