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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Maudy Puteri Agusdina's rating of the film Nacho Libre

    Reminds me of Stephen Chow's movies. Chaotic but super funny.

  2. Marin's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  3. Dogukan4Ever's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  4. Mark O. Stack's rating of the film Nacho Libre

    Jack Black playing a Mexican is certainly not great here.

  5. T-Cruise's rating of the film Nacho Libre

    Don't think I even smiled at this

  6. Maria Wilton's rating of the film Nacho Libre

    if I could give it half a star, i would

  7. taniaburrito's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  8. Garçon Manqué's rating of the film Nacho Libre

    this reminded me of wes anderson films.

  9. smeef's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  10. J. O.'s rating of the film Nacho Libre

    This has aged very well, and I liked it much more than when I first experienced it upon its release. The deadpan visual style paired with Black's manic performance drew laughs from every scene. There's a lot of energy here. There are jokes that fail, but overall it's a lot of fun. Complete with surprisingly beautiful camera work, stunning leading lady, and a homely background cast. Extra points for the fashion.

  11. lupiter's rating of the film Nacho Libre

    encarnacioooooon, encarnacio-o-o-o-onnn

  12. peaches and plums's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  13. Andiy Dying's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  14. W2's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  15. Zach Closs's rating of the film Nacho Libre

    "Silence, brothers. This is the worst lunch I have ever had." MVP.

  16. CEPUNK's rating of the film Nacho Libre

    hug hug kiss kiss big hug kiss kiss little kiss.

  17. these cupcakes are stale's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  18. Ryuu Baron's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  19. Sue Denim's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  20. calengklik's rating of the film Nacho Libre

  21. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Nacho Libre

    Could have been a lot of fun, but it lacks the manic energy it needs to be really funny. Hess' deadpan style just doesn't quite work here. Jack Black is appropriately over-the-top, and Ana de la Reguera is almost distractingly beautiful. Danny Elfman's wonderfully wacky score seems to just underline what is missing. Still, it's definitely different, which counts for something.