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All Or Nothing

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7.52020X-Ray15
One season has passed since Philadelphia’s first Super Bowl championship and expectations are once again soaring. Carson Wentz, Pro Bowl tight end Zach Ertz and defensive stalwarts Malcolm Jenkins, Fletcher Cox, and Brandon Graham lead a loaded roster intent on returning the Lombardi Trophy to Philadelphia, where the Eagles are more than just a football team-they’re a way of life.
Starring
Jeffrey LurieDoug PedersonCarson Wentz
Genres
UnscriptedSportsDocumentary
Subtitles
English [CC]DeutschEspañol日本語
Audio Languages
EnglishEspañolDeutsch

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  1. 1. Fly Eagles Fly
    7 February 2020
    46min
    12
    Subtitles
    English [CC], Deutsch, Español, 日本語
    Audio Languages
    English, Español, Deutsch
    The start of the Eagles’ 2019 season is marked by high expectations and the return of a Philadelphia fan favorite.
  2. 2. The Noise
    7 February 2020
    32min
    15
    Subtitles
    English [CC], Deutsch, Español, 日本語
    Audio Languages
    English, Español, Deutsch
    Plagued by injuries and public criticism, the Eagles head to Green Bay for a primetime game against the Packers.
  3. 3. Not For Suckers
    7 February 2020
    34min
    15
    Subtitles
    English [CC], Deutsch, Español, 日本語
    Audio Languages
    English, Español, Deutsch
    Philly’s defense brings in much-needed help as the Eagles begin a three-game road stretch that could define the rest of the season.
  4. 4. Beat Dallas
    7 February 2020
    38min
    15
    Subtitles
    English [CC], Deutsch, Español, 日本語
    Audio Languages
    English, Español, Deutsch
    “Dallas Week” is only part of the Sports - Football in Philadelphia as an Eagles captain comes under fire from a former teammate.
  5. 5. Homecoming
    7 February 2020
    38min
    15
    Subtitles
    English [CC], Deutsch, Español, 日本語
    Audio Languages
    English, Español, Deutsch
    The return of a key playmaker gives the Eagles a spark before they break for a bye week and prepare for the Patriots.
  6. 6. Under Pressure
    7 February 2020
    46min
    12
    Subtitles
    English [CC], Deutsch, Español, 日本語
    Audio Languages
    English, Español, Deutsch
    As injuries and losses continue to mount, the entire Eagles organization tries to provide answers for a season that has yet to meet expectations.
  7. 7. All of Us
    7 February 2020
    48min
    15
    Subtitles
    English [CC], Deutsch, Español, 日本語
    Audio Languages
    English, Español, Deutsch
    With four games to go, Philadelphia turns to an unknown cast of backups to keep their dwindling playoff hopes alive.
  8. 8. Burn the Ships
    7 February 2020
    1 h 13 min
    15
    Subtitles
    English [CC], Deutsch, Español, 日本語
    Audio Languages
    English, Español, Deutsch
    It’s win or stay home as the Eagles’ biggest rivals stand in the way of a division title and Carson Wentz’s first postseason appearance.

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Directors
Steve TroutChip SwainTerrell RileyEmily Leitner
Supporting actors
Zach ErtzMalcolm JenkinsBrandon Graham
Producers
Emily LeitnerMaryann TurckeRoss KetoverPat KelleherKeith CossrowNick MascoloJeff CameronMatt DissingerKevin LutzEric Reed
Season year
2020
Network
Amazon Studios
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3.4 out of 5 stars

27 global ratings

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  2. 9% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 14% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 26% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 12% of reviews have 1 stars
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Andrew FirthReviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 February 2020
5.0 out of 5 stars
Always an enjoyable series
Verified purchase
I can't get enough of the All or Nothing programs. Binged watch the entire season. Would love it if the episodes were longer but I'll take what I'm given. Look forward to next year!
5 people found this helpful
GethinReviewed in the United Kingdom on 07 February 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Good, but something was lacking
I love the All or Nothing Series. I have always loved Rugby and 5 Years ago I watched the Cardinals All or Nothing. That made me watch Hard Knocks. I have since binge watched all the NFL All or Nothings on the day of their release and have enjoyed them all. They have done very well in peaking my interest in the NFL and now I watch all game Highlights on YouTube.

Sadly, none of the AON seasons seem to have been as good as the Cardinals, but I think that has to do with how far they get. That said, this one was interesting to watch, as with previous seasons and gave a good insight into the Eagles Team and the issues that they faced this season. 4****
5 people found this helpful
JReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 February 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Good but not Great
First and foremost I have been a die hard Eagles fan here in England for 20+ years and have really enjoyed the All or Nothing series, so when I found out this year would be my time I was overjoyed. So happy for Josh McCown to finally get to play in a play-off game, seeing him at the end was highly emotional.

I really love the unique insight these behind the scenes fan documentaries allow. However, this series there seemed very little, almost nothing in the way of screen time from Doug Pederson, Jeff Lurie or Howie Roseman in comparison to previous series. This series seemed to focus more on the view of the media, especially the local radio stations, which in my opinion was disappointing.

They also seemed to miss some key characters & play-makers completely, and focused on the same handful every episode.

I can only assume that when this production was made Amazon were only allowed behind the scenes access to 3 or 4 players that the franchise pre-dictated.

With previous seasons you have been allowed under the skin access to the head coaches, almost formed relationships with them and positional coaches. I fell in love with Bruce Arians, was absolutely distraught for Jeff Fisher, felt jubilation as an Eagles fan to watch Jason Garrett & Jerry Jones' CowGirls self destruct in the 3rd series. Series 4 seemed a little flat, I really felt for Greg Olsen but Cam Newton is such an egotistical, vein individual - I wouldn't want him anywhere near my team. Series 5 just seemed to be more about the Philadelphia local radio station, restaurant owners and the City's love affair with the team rather than getting to know the coaches, the owners, general mangers, background staff, the facilities etc

Overall - A good series but not great. I was left wanting a bit more of an insight into my team.
Fly Eagles Fly
2 people found this helpful
BCReviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 February 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Philly and Cheese please
I’ve loved all the all or nothing seasons so far. But this season I get the feeling the coaching staff have told NFL films so far and no further.

This year is almost pure narrative with very little insight into the coaching and leadership of a multi-billion dollar organisation. We’ve had the Garrett and Arians season the Cam season the Harbough season, the end of Jeff Fisher and the rise of the kid coaches. Last season pretty much ended Riverboat Ron's career in Carolina - this season there was no way Doug Pederson was going to lose his job to a documentary so the star of the show is the city and its fans.

Just like the best line of the season - It’s so Philly it hurts.
2 people found this helpful
TannersReviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 February 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
worst season so far
This is just a series from a radio talkshow perspective. Hardly any narrative from Mr Hamm, just angry, squeeky radio hosts. Don't waste your time. Watch series 1 again....or any other. PLEASE do not make another season if you decide to show us a team through the Media's eyes, there are plenty other social media outlets I an get points of view from. I wanted to see behind the scenes, not some fans eye view.
5 people found this helpful
adamReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 April 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
More like a highlights reel than a behind-the-scenes doc.
The first All or Nothing series was a compelling documentary that I would recommend to any sports fan. I live in England and don't even know all the rules of American football, but it doesn't matter at all. The series takes you inside the world of the Arizona Cardinals, a team with realistic hopes of getting to the Super Bowl. Everyone is mic-ed up, from owner to rookie, and we get to hear their real daily conversations as they all search for the often invisible, unknowable ingredients for victory. Success is never guaranteed in sport but the team try and conjure it through the actions they can control: Hard work, unity, preparation, and decisions made on field and in the board room. We see how you don't just have to beat the opposition team, but also the long flights, the quick game turnarounds, the injuries, the media. Although everyone involved in the game is fabulously well paid, on a human level is still takes a toll on player's families. Many of whom don't know in which state they'll be living next year, and how that can weigh on those in the game. Anything other than huge success and your future is pretty much blowing in the wind. Nothing, on the field, or off of it is certain.

Sadly, the fifth series following the Philadelphia Eagles lacks an awful lot of the things that made that first season so enjoyable. This documentary could have almost been made in house by the Eagles, it's polished and managed and a bit dull. The head coach nor any of his staff appear. We get a few brief clips from inside the training facilities and barely anything is shown about prepping for individual opponents and game plans. There's nothing about life on the road. The series is mostly told through a few key Eagles players, but even there interviews now feel much more media managed - with the players shot against soft focus backgrounds, giving the same sort of bland comments that you'd get from any post-match media interview. I enjoyed the snippets of radio stations and fan conversations that give you an idea of how the team's health is so much a part of fans' daily lives. Probably because that stuff feels real and honest. I just wish there was more of that from inside the team.

If you're an Eagles fan or just a diehard NFL fan there be lots for you here, because probably any additional insight is of interest to you. But if you're just a fan of sports documentaries and don't have any skin in the game then there's better stuff than this out there. I will check out season six and hope that the lack of access that plagued this series was due more to the club rather than the AoN production team.
One person found this helpful
Laurence BeardReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 February 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Bit dull really
Having watched all the other seasons this felt like it had a lot of conditions attached to it (no behind the scenes with coaches for example). There were no personalities to attach a story to. Felt like they have just cobbled a load of highlights together with a few interviews. Shame really as I enjoyed the other seasons.
2 people found this helpful
TickerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 07 October 2020
3.0 out of 5 stars
Sanitized and stage-managed. Go Birds!
Knowing what we know about the internal turmoil in the locker room, this documentary felt very stage-managed and sanitized. It completely avoided controversy of a unknown player (Alshon Jeffrey) making disparaging comments about Wentz to his reporter friend.
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