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Make Us Dream

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1 h 43 min2018X-Ray15
Steven Gerrard became perhaps the greatest player in the history of Liverpool FC, but did so when success and trophies were declining. It became his personal mission to lift the famous club back to the top. That loyalty raised him to God-like status with Liverpool fans, but was an unbearable burden, bringing with it a profound sense of responsibility to live up to their and his own expectations.
Directors
Sam Blair
Starring
Steven Gerrard
Genres
Documentary
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Producers
James Gay-ReesPaul Martin
Studio
Whiston Pictures
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4.7 out of 5 stars

145 global ratings

  1. 88% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 4% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 1% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 2% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 5% of reviews have 1 stars
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BigSullyReviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 November 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
Good Documentary
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don't pay attention to the low votes, as some are bitter fans from rival clubs, well made for the most part, Gerrard is one of the very few players who epitomise leadership & strength in abundance and this documentary gives a little insight as to how he evolved as a person & player throughout his career
30 people found this helpful
Issi ShReviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 November 2018
1.0 out of 5 stars
This guy slipped to lose Liverpool the title yet....
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How can people be so blindesighted? Im a Liverpool fan and yes I am entitled to my opinion and my opinion is that he s the most overrated player ever!
If he got red carded it was because of passion but anyone else would get booed.
He got fame on the back of people like benitez suarez torres, alonso etc but it was always him that got the headlines. I MEAN he slipped for the title, premier League title.
This show makes him sound so big and a legend but truly really he was just an ordinary player.
Him and Beckham worst ever English players.
Sorry Amazon but why big him up, national team flop achieved success on the back of other great players at Liverpool at the time
17 people found this helpful
RussReviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 November 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
You will never know the value of a person until they are no longer wearing the red shirt.
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Wonderful and very emotional documentary from the makers of Senna which I also very much enjoyed. Also reminded me of the new John Lewis Christmas Advert. Looking back retrospectively at one's life and career and the choices made. The individuals who influence you from a very young age and made you who you are. When you look back at Steven Gerrard's LFC career you can only admire the sheer drive and determination to excel. Not only for himself but to carry a team, club and a city. Any team would improve with his inclusion and what price at today's highly inflated market? Absolutely priceless!
19 people found this helpful
Paul MarsdenReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 November 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Legend of Stevie G. Past and Future Leader of Liverpool FC
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Okay you probably need to be a Red to fully appreciate and love this documentary but for any football fan they will relate to a rare breed of footballer who played for one team and has the love and respect of those fans forever. Told by the people closest to him and the man himself, with the high and lows of his career. He has unfinished business at Liverpool and one day, he will be on the touchline as the club's manager. You can be sure that he will take us to the Premiership Title to put that slip once and for all behind him. Thank you Steven for your service to the club and the people of Liverpool.
15 people found this helpful
JKMReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 January 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Respect
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Pre Premier League, Liverpool were the No.1 football club, in the UK, no question, probably in Europe, possibly in the World. But, somehow the money that the advent of the Premier League brought, went elsewhere, to what were at the time lesser clubs. That money built the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, rejuvenated Arsenal and Manchester United and even briefly clubs like Leeds and Blackburn were able to take advantage.

Coming so close to the tragedy of Hillsborough that haunted the club, Liverpool began to struggle. But, not everything was a total loss because there were still enough glory in Liverpool to attract star players like Michael Owen, Xavi Alonso, Fernando Torres and Louis Suarez.

But, it was only Steven Gerrard that truly lived and breathed it from the heart. He had the chance to chase the money and possibly greater success elsewhere. But, he stood firm and committed to Liverpool, something that few players of the Premier League era have ever done, for any club. Even if didn't always quite work out in terms of the Premier League and you have to say also with England, that 2005 Champions League win, with that comeback spurred on by Gerrard himself, was one of the inspirational moments in English football.

Sometimes being able to command respect as a result of endevour and loyalty can count for more. Who knows, one day he may lead Liverpool to the Premier League title as the manager.
9 people found this helpful
P HarbordReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 November 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
An insight for all football fans to enjoy
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As a lifelong LFC fan of course i thought this was fantastic, but i would of really enjoyed this alot if i was not a fan of LFC, some excellent comments throughout this programme from family and different ex players and managers as well, thought it was almost as good as the man city documentary and would of been just as good if done in episodes instead of just one single programme maybe there is more to come from this but overall very well put together show amazon, some of the stupid negative ratings on this are a bit dramatic and daft to say the least and wonder if they even bothered to watch this
8 people found this helpful
abZReviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 November 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Steven Gerrard film chase your dream
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where do I start you won't be disappointed this film is more than about football it hits you in all corners. sometimes you don’t get what you deserve or want. after watching this film I. fully understand what Liverpool FC is or what it means its truly a special and a unique club.also sometimes is life greener on other side or is it truly better to be loved and cherished for what you are. IS 1000 worth gold more than 500 pieces of silver if you don't get the same appreciation and respect who knows. I highly recommend this film 5\5.
8 people found this helpful
RPReviewed in the United Kingdom on 05 September 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
Poorly Put-Together
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In a world where these polished-sporting documentaries are being churned-out almost weekly by US and UK networks and independents, this one really is a bit of a mess. The time-line jumps erratically, there are no face-to-face interviews, swathes of the programme are not even about or celebrate the career of Steven Gerrard, the ‘arty’ camera shots are stuck together hap-hazard and anyone who has never heard of Gerrard before the documentary would wonder why he deserved one. There is a really terrible soundtrack behind the entire documentary - it’s all so sinister, even during his most famous and celebrated moments. All-in-all this is really poor and mid-way through it just becomes plain boring. Such a shame for such a Liverpool great. There was a lot of potential for a wonderful documentary, and this one falls flat on its face like Gerrard famously did against Chelsea. Don’t bother.
3 people found this helpful
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