The back of the Nacho Libre box says Jack Black is “more hilarious than ever!” as a monastery cook and priest who develops a secret second identity as a lucha libre wrestler in hopes of raising money for the monastery. The box is entitled to its opinion but Libre is not a Jack Black movie so much as it is Napoleon Dynamite writer/director Jared Hess' latest baby.

Like that film, Libre is full of strange-looking people moving awkwardly, saying strange things and staring blankly at other people who are saying strange things. It worked once; it doesn't work twice.

There are some oddly funny moments here and there, and the overlying story is surprisingly well intentioned. A big heart and a few nice moments don't make a movie, thereby Libre ends up resembling a box of loose parts more than a finished product.

Extras: Cast/crew commentary, comic book creator, five behind-the-scenes features, deleted scenes, photo gallery and Jack Black sing-along.

Grade: C