Nacho Libre (PG)

FROM director Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite) comes the tale of another outsider. In a bid to make money and buy better food for the orphans that he cooks for in the Mexican monastery where he was raised, Nacho (Jack Black) decides to embark on a career as

FROM director Jared Hess (Napoleon Dynamite) comes the tale of another outsider.

In a bid to make money and buy better food for the orphans that he cooks for in the Mexican monastery where he was raised, Nacho (Jack Black) decides to embark on a career as a masked wrestler.

Pushing its jokes a bit too hard, Nacho Libre struggles to be anything but appealing to only the most diehard of Black's fans. And although this reviewer is a fan, it is not one for his DVD collection. 2/5


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