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Lucha Mexico

Lucha Mexico is a movie starring Perro Aguayo Jr., Jon Anderson, and Matt Bloom. Welcome to the high-flying world of Lucha Libre - Mexican wrestling - where masked warriors fight mythological battles in the squared circle....

Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Drama, Sport, Action
Alex Hammond, Ian Markiewicz
Ian Markiewicz, Ian Markiewicz
Blue Demon Jr., Jon Anderson, Matt Bloom, Perro Aguayo Jr.
USA, Mexico
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Welcome to the high-flying world of Lucha Libre - Mexican wrestling - where masked warriors fight mythological battles in the squared circle. Documentary.

Comments about documentary «Lucha Mexico» (20)

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I liked the movie. It was interesting and it is well shot. It was very well done, but it could have been better. The storyline is fine, but the pacing could have been better. I would have liked to see more of the El Santo and the Arena. They would have had more time to explore this part of Mexico. The acting was good, but the way they presented the story was kind of slow. The story was interesting, but it was a little too long. Overall, I liked the movie, but it could have been better. I give the movie a 7. I recommend it.

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I watched this movie after having watched the documentary Lucha De Lucha, which I thought was a good movie. It was more of a documentary style of documentary, which really works well, but it's not the same as the documentary style of Lucha De Lucha. This movie does not focus on the wrestlers, the fighting, or the mythology, but on the story of Mexico and the history of the country. I think it was a great movie, and I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the series. I thought this movie was amazing.

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Amanda Wells

The biggest mistake a person can make is to ignore the business of wrestling. This documentary does an excellent job of showing the rise of the WWE in the late 70s and early 80s, and the disastrous and final decision that the WWE made. The documentary does a great job of showing the backstage business, the backstage politics, the backstage violence and the backstage backstage drugs. The documentary is very well done and should be watched by anyone who is a wrestling fan.

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Jonathan D.

I haven't seen this movie in a long time, and I don't regret it. It was nice to see a documentary that was not focused on wrestling. The cast was great, the filming was superb, and the story was well told. The wrestling footage is very good, and the Mexican wrestling scene is very good. The story is not that great, but it's still good. I have never been to Mexico, but I have heard that the people are very friendly, and I think this film was very accurate. I also liked the fact that the director didn't put the movie in an American setting. I have to say that this is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I think that it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

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This is an interesting documentary that offers a brief look at the sport of wrestling in Mexico, and the way that the Mexican people are portrayed in the film. The Mexican people are portrayed as almost universally intelligent and of good moral character. They are portrayed as a people who are proud of their culture and traditions, and who have pride in their country. They are depicted as having a very strong sense of nationalism, and pride in the people who they call their own. They have a strong sense of their country's history, and pride in the traditions and people of their country. This is a very good film. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the history of wrestling in Mexico, or just a fan of the sport of wrestling.

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Justin Hudson

This movie, from the creators of the "Mexican Wrestler" series, is a fascinating look at the life of a wrestling star in Mexico. There are a lot of interviews with wrestlers, but I feel the emphasis is on the life of the wrestler, not the wrestlers. It's not really a documentary, but it's not really a movie either. The focus is on the wrestlers and their lives, but there are moments of talk with family and friends and some wrestling footage. The "Wrestler" is really an interesting character. The personification of a wrestler is a pretty unique idea. I think it's a pretty unique film, but I do have to say I was a little disappointed in the ending. I was really looking forward to the ending of this film. I was really looking forward to a "happy" ending, and I think the filmmakers kind of put the ending together by accident. If I had to pick one thing, it would be that the film is kind of slow. The film is only about an hour and a half long. It's kind of a slow, but it's a very good film. It's a great film for a group of wrestling fans and a great film for fans of wrestling.

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Billy Carroll

It is a very interesting documentary about the film industry in Mexico, and I think that the biggest criticism that this film has received is that it shows how the film industry is controlled by people with no integrity. I think that is a very unfair critique of this film, as this documentary has no real bias. There are many different opinions about the film, so I would recommend you watch it and do your own research. It is a very important documentary to understand about the Mexican film industry and how it is controlled by people with no integrity.

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Jane Hunt

I must say that I was a little skeptical when I started watching this documentary. I was expecting a straightforward documentary about wrestling, but instead it turns out to be a very interesting look into the lives of professional wrestlers. The film looks at the life of Mexican wrestler El Chino Moreno (whose real name is Alberto Del Rio). El Chino is a brilliant wrestler and a highly respected figure in the local community. When his father dies, El Chino is left alone with his younger brother, Sergio, and his two sisters, who are the focus of his obsession. El Chino is obsessed with wrestling and he knows it has to be done correctly, otherwise he would lose his family. The film starts with El Chino's childhood and how he was left with no one, and has to raise his younger brother, Sergio, alone. His father died when he was a child and El Chino was left to raise his younger brother. The film then goes on to show how he became a wrestler and how he has to train every day to get good at his craft. This film is very interesting and shows a lot of interesting facts about professional wrestling. For example, El Chino is a very intelligent man and he has a very good education, he has been a high school teacher, and he has a master's degree in education. However, he is not only a good teacher, but he is also a good wrestler and a very good wrestler. El Chino knows how to use the ropes and he knows how to work on his technique. He also has an excellent technique and he is very good at using the ropes. He knows how to use his body to get leverage and he knows how to get the most out of the ground. The film also shows that he is very passionate about his profession. He really loves it and he wants to be a professional wrestler. However, the film is not very clear about his personal life. The film does not really show his family life, but it does show El Chino's close friends and how he interacts with them. The film also shows the fans that El Chino has and how he interacts with them. I found the film very interesting and I would definitely recommend watching it.

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Jason S.

I'm a fan of Mexican wrestling and this documentary is a must watch for fans of all the various Mexican pro wrestling organizations. It's a documentary that should be shown in every school and every high school in the USA. You'll learn all sorts of facts about the history of pro wrestling and a lot of it is based on a true story. It's about the Mexican wrestling federation, the International Wrestling Federation, the Mexican National Wrestling Association and other sports organizations. It's a must watch for fans of wrestling and everyone else. It's really well done and gives a good look at the history of the wrestling industry. The film is well narrated by Chris Rock and it was well directed by Fred Zinnemann. This is a must see for all fans of wrestling. It's well worth the money to see it and you'll get some great information about the history of the sport.

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Elizabeth R.

A very good documentary about the work of the Mexico wrestling federation, I really liked it and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the history and the sports of Mexico. You also get to see the matches of the Mexico wrestling federation and the wrestlers themselves.

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Albert Parker

The film is well-made and well-acted, but it is a bit too long. The first hour is not only well-paced but the two hours of the film are just a waste. The film does not cover much ground in the first hour and has no real purpose. The film does not really have a message or point. The first hour is not great, but it is certainly better than the second hour. I would have preferred a shorter film, but that was not possible. There is no real reason for the film to be so long. The film is very interesting and is worth seeing. However, I would recommend watching the film on DVD.

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The only thing I could think of while watching this documentary was that this is a joke, and that it was made by some drug cartel or something. And I have to agree with that statement. I am not a fan of wrestling and I don't watch it very often. But I have to admit that the documentary did show that in Mexico, there is a lot of wrestling going on, and that there are a lot of wrestlers. That is not what I thought when I first watched it, and that's the reason why I don't give it a higher rating. The documentary was interesting, but I think it was a little too much. The people interviewed seemed like they were having fun, and I don't think that they were. I would recommend this documentary to fans of wrestling, but I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who is a fan of wrestling. It's not a documentary about wrestling, it's a documentary about a lot of wrestlers and the people who are involved in that business.

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Well, it's not really a documentary, but a lot of people who are into wrestling would find this film interesting. I personally thought it was pretty good, but it was also good to see many of the wrestlers and the producers and the directors. It was a nice addition to the documentary genre. It was a shame that the film had such a short running time. There was a lot of information that could have been used in a much longer film. I did think that the main reason this film was released on DVD was to sell the DVD. I was very disappointed to see that there was not a lot of marketing for the DVD. I would have really liked to see it on DVD, but not as a part of a film.

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I didn't really know what to expect from this documentary. I'd heard good things about it, but I thought it was going to be just another movie about wrestling. So when I saw it, I wasn't really that impressed. But I was pleasantly surprised. The best part about the film was the interview with Bill Goldberg, who talked about how he never believed in the product and that he was just a person who had a dream and wanted to do the best for it. It was great to see a guy who was so passionate about his work and even talked about the benefits of it. It was also great to see the early work of Ric Flair, who had a fantastic career and worked with Goldberg. It was also great to see the connection between Goldberg and the Flair character, who is the main character of the film. The documentary is interesting and it makes you wonder about the "real" wrestling that took place during this era. But the real wrestling that took place during this era is what made the story of this documentary so compelling. In my opinion, this documentary is definitely worth seeing.

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Karen Stewart

I have been a fan of Lucha Libre for years, and was very excited to see this documentary. However, I was disappointed. I think the movie could have done without some of the additional footage. There was a lot of filler, and the main character is very over the top, which isn't realistic. The documentary was also very slow. It dragged on and on, and I really didn't understand all of the things that were going on. Overall, it was a great documentary, but if you're looking for something more, you might want to look elsewhere.

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Jeffrey Hart

I'm not a fan of professional wrestling but this film was good, I like it better than the first one. I don't like the storyline of the film. It's so vague and it's not really explained. It's a boring film, boring like the first one. It's a film that can be watched if you are a fan of professional wrestling. I don't recommend this film. It's not that good.

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I would have to say that this is a pretty good documentary about the Lucha Libre wrestling scene in Mexico. The movie is edited very well and it really goes into detail about the wrestlers and how they came to be in this wrestling scene. The film is very informative and it really goes into detail about what they are doing and what they do to make a living. I would say that the majority of the film is interesting and it does a great job of showing what it is like for wrestlers to be in this scene and also shows the people who are involved in the scene. There is a lot of footage from the old days of the wrestlers when they were doing the match and the people who are involved in the scene. I would say that this is a good documentary for people who are interested in the Lucha Libre scene and who are not familiar with it. It is definitely worth seeing.

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Thomas A.

I'm surprised by the low rating of this film. I found it to be a very enjoyable film. I thought that the Mexican wrestlers were portrayed very well. The fights were exciting and the filming was excellent. There is a lot of interesting information about the people involved and their families. I thought that the women's matches were much better than the men's.

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Andrew Weber

I can't believe how bad this movie is. It's not even worth watching on television. It's just not very good. The story is filled with non-sequitur plot points. It's like an episode of the B-rated TV show "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers". It's one of those movies where you'd expect to be bored to tears, but you end up really enjoying it. The only reason I gave it a 7 instead of a 1 is because of the awesome and hilarious visuals and the amazing music. The actors are all pretty good, but it's not enough to make it worth watching.

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Vincent Baker

I have been a fan of Lucha Libre since I was a child and have watched it all the way through. This documentary focuses on the biggest stars in the sport of Lucha Libre, the wrestlers. There are few wrestlers in the world who have had the amount of success that these two have had. They are the top in their field, and they are not afraid to go out and prove it. It's very interesting to watch these two wrestle, and what they do to be the best. In a sense, they are the bad guys. They are the bad guys who want to make a living from this sport. They have no choice but to get it, and they do it with the best of the best. I am not a wrestling fan, but I am very interested in this sport. I was very interested in this documentary, as it was very informative and very entertaining. The wrestlers are all very interesting and they had a lot to say about themselves and their careers. I also like the documentary as it shows the dedication of the wrestlers and how hard they work for their career. I will say that the documentary is very informative and very entertaining. It's definitely worth a watch.