Just got back from walking out of it not too long ago. I wasn't expecting anything great from it, but I was hoping it would be some good slapstick humor wrapped around a plot good enough to keep the slapstick going. "Hell," I thought, "it's gotta at least be decent, it's pretty much the only original movie coming out this year." Instead, I was treated to a movie about a monk becomming a wrestler for absolutely no reason at all...the training montage for Nacho takes place about 20 minutes into the movie, way before any actual reason for this monk to turn into a wrestler can be established. The editing was complete crap, and the acting was horrible. I heard from several critics that The Fast and The Furious 3 was an enjoyable movie while Nacho Libre was practically unwatchable. For the first time in awhile, I can actually agree with the critics, and I haven't even seen The Fast and The Furious 3...not that I ever will, but I still at least expected an original movie to be better than the third version of a movie that was crap when the first installment came out.