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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....

Genres
Drama, Action, Documentary, Sport
Director
Alex Hammond, Ian Markiewicz
Starring
Perro Aguayo Jr., Jon Anderson, Matt Bloom, Blue Demon Jr.

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Product details

Genres Drama, Action, Documentary, Sport
Director Alex Hammond, Ian Markiewicz
Writer Ian Markiewicz, Ian Markiewicz
Stars Perro Aguayo Jr., Jon Anderson, Matt Bloom, Blue Demon Jr.
Country Mexico, USA
Runtime 1 h 43 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The high-flying documentary Lucha Mexico is a journey into the vibrant world of Lucha Libre, where masked warriors fight mythological battles in the squared circle. With access to all the major Lucha promotions, directors Alex Hammond and Ian Markiewicz take you deep inside the Mexican wrestling culture, documenting its rich traditions and passionate style. At the heart of the film is second-generation luchador Shocker, the self-proclaimed "1000% Guapo" superstar who suffers a serious injury and faces the reality of life without wrestling. Featuring a cast of fan favorites such as legendary Blue Demon, Jr. the tragic Hijo Del Perro Aguayo and lovable mascot Kemonito, Lucha Mexico is a hard-hitting spectacle of high spots and low blows, and goes behind the mask into the heart of Mexico.

Top reviews

Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 16:58

One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. This is a story about a Mexican wrestler named Chavo Guerrero who is the first and only wrestler in Mexico that is credited with a Pro-Wrestling title. His career has been portrayed in a unique way in this documentary and that alone makes this film a must see. The documentary is presented in two parts. The first part is about Chavo Guerrero's rise to fame, the WWE Hall of Fame, his journey into becoming a legend and his relationship with the Mexican wrestling scene and other wrestlers. The second part is about his fight to save his career and win his title. The documentary also has interviews with a number of wrestling legends and other wrestlers from the era. It is quite difficult to put together all the interviews but there is a great variety of people who have shared their stories. The first part of the film is simply amazing and if you haven't seen it, see it. The second part is great. The only drawback is that there are a few gaps in the documentary. The first thing that catches my eye is the lack of interviews with the original wrestlers. The second part is also quite good but again, some gaps. The most important part of this documentary is the way the wrestlers themselves are presented. They talk about the emotion they had when they first met Chavo Guerrero and his long road to success. It is interesting to see their voices and the way they relate to their fans. The wrestlers also talk about how wrestling is not a business and that it is more about sportsmanship and how it affects the wrestlers. They also talk about how they deal with fans who don't like them. One wrestler says that if he wins the belt, he doesn't care who he fights. Another wrestler says that if they lose the belt, they don't care. If you are a wrestling fan and you are looking for something to watch this weekend, this documentary is for you.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 09:09

I'm not a fan of Mexican wrestling. I never thought I would like it but I'm starting to like it. Lucha is a Mexican version of wrestling. It's basically an old-fashioned, if not stodgy, sport. It's basically the same as professional wrestling. The matches are held in arenas or, more often, gyms. There are two main types of matches. The first is a match where two wrestlers compete. The second is a match where the two wrestlers meet in a match. Both types are meant to be exciting. The biggest problem is that the Lucha World Championship is an all-inclusive title that is awarded to the winner of every match. There are also an increasing number of women wrestlers who are not allowed to participate in the main match. The two main stars of this film are El Mariachi and El Rey, the two wrestlers who play main characters in this film. The film begins in Mexico City. A group of people are gathered to celebrate a dance contest. While the dancers are all dancing, one of the wrestlers is fighting. He is El Mariachi. He is a young man who can't seem to make a match. He has no one to challenge him. There is another wrestler, El Rey, who is a young man who is too small for the title. He is also fighting, and, like Mariachi, he has no one to fight. When the two of them are fighting, El Rey is a step behind. Mariachi says, "Hey, El Rey, why don't you go out and get that belt for me?" El Rey says, "No, I'm just gonna be there." This is a scene in which Mariachi tells El Rey that he's not going to win the title. He doesn't care if he loses the title or not. He just wants the title. This is where El Rey and El Mariachi meet. Mariachi is extremely impressed with El Rey's dancing ability and he agrees to train him. They train for a year, but it's never clear if Mariachi does the fighting or the dancing. Mariachi is training him to be a "fighter", a wrestler who can use his hand-to-hand combat to beat the other wrestler. El Rey is doing some of Mariachi's boxing matches, but Mariachi doesn't get any good shots in. El Rey asks him to come back for the main event, the fight between El Mariachi and El Rey. El Rey was beaten badly in the first fight and El Mariachi wants revenge. He goes to El Rey's gym to train and gets his revenge. This is where the film becomes really exciting. Mariachi has won the title, and El Rey has beaten El Mariachi. Mariachi has a match with El Rey. Mariachi is able to beat El Rey and El Rey is forced to face Mariachi. Mariachi wins the match and, like a boxing match, he gets his revenge. This is where the film turns from a boring, non-eventful movie into a non-stop fight. You can really appreciate the action and the fighting in this film. The acting is great. I didn't particularly care for the acting of the lead character in this film. He was really good in


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