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nacho libre Disyembre 6, 2006

Filed under: english alphabet,hobbies in my mind — nixinne @ 8:00 umaga


directed by: Jared Hess

Jack Black …. Nacho
Ana de la Reguera …. Sister Encarnación
Héctor Jiménez …. Esqueleto
Darius Rose …. Chancho
Moises Arias …. Juan Pablo
Eduardo Gómez …. Chuy
Carlos Maycotte …. Segundo Nuñez
Richard Montoya …. Guillermo
Cesar Gonzalez …. Ramses
Rafael Montalvo …. Elderly Monk
Julio Sandoval …. Snaggle Tooth Monk
Enrique Muñoz …. Señor Ramon
Carla Jimenez …. Candidia
Agustín Rey …. Galindo #1
Troy Gentile …. Young Nacho

Nacho (Jack Black) is a young man who was raised in a monastery in Mexico and now works there as the cook. Fueled by his passion for wrestling, he dons a mask and cape and picks up a partner to compete in a local Lucha Libre tournament to try for the $200 prize so he can buy better food for the kids and achieve respect. When a new nun, Sister Encarnacion (Ana de la Reguera), arrives at the monastery, he tries to win her adoration as well while attempting to prove that being a Luchador isn’t a sin and win the grand prize at a battle royal tournament so he can buy a bus for the kids.

written by deac0n fr0st [imdb.com]

sleeping tendency: 4 out of 5
jack black is a great supporting actor. but on his own with movies like this one, he sucks…just like my english grammar. it got too freaking boring that i fell asleep halfway through it. there were some scenes that are funny but it drags…hence the sleeping time.

= During some of the wrestling scenes they used blow up dolls to replace some of the audience. Supposedly, they cost much less than extras and they looked real.

= “Chancho” is a (Mexican) Spanish word for “Pig”.

= Esqueleto is a Spanish word for “skeleton”.

= While filming a wrestling scene, Jack Black jumped from the ring and struck his head on a chair. This caused a gash above his right eye which needed stitches.

= Was sent to theaters under the codename “toast”.

All info was taken from imdb.com


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