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Nacho Libre

Berated all his life by those around him, a monk follows his dream and dons a mask to moonlight as a Luchador.
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June 16, 2006
Nacho Libre strikes a delicate balance of whimsy and absurdity that may surprise auds primed to expect wall-to-wall slapstick.
February 28, 2008
Nacho Libre merely provides some momentary pleasant diversions.
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Empire Magazine Australasia
November 07, 2012
In a season of smug, telegraphed quirkiness (hello, Little Miss Sunshine), the rambling Nacho Libre, like director Jared Hess' previous Napoleon Dynamite, feels like an original.
New Yorker
June 19, 2006
Nacho Libre, naïvely made kids' stuff, lacks such minor attributes as a decent script and supporting cast.
August 25, 2008
Hess has the most languid sense of comic timing since Bill Murray at his peak.
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San Francisco Chronicle
June 16, 2006
The comedy is hit and miss, with good bits interrupted by dead patches.
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August 30, 2009
Makes you stare first in bemusement, then in boredom, finally in slight nausea
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Toronto Star
June 16, 2006
The film's sheer lack of everything that customarily passes for comic fuel -- energy, wit, character, fun, a plot -- renders Nacho Libre a torturous patience tester of the first order.
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Seattle Times
June 16, 2006
Some things work well, but many are strained in execution. There are times Nacho Libre looks like it's struggling to find a reason to continue.
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April 09, 2007
Any production featuring Jack Black in spandex and showing off his belly full of stretch marks should never have made it off the drawing board in the first place.
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Common Sense Media
January 01, 2011
A sweet, offbeat movie about caring for others.
Ebert & Roeper
June 19, 2006
Imagine my disappointment then, which grew to disbelief, which turned into utter disdain, by the time the credits rolled on this clunker.
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