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What are the best Mexican movies?

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  1. 1Y Tu Mamá También

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    Y Tu Mamá También is a sexy Mexican film directed and co-written by Alfonso Cuarón. was also written by Carlos Cuarón and released by IFC Films. Y Tu Mamá También runs for 106 minutes and was released in theaters on April 1, 2001.

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  1. 2Amores Perros

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    Amores Perros is a film directed by Alejandro González Iñárritu. It is a drama and thriller movie that runs for 2 hours and 34 minutes. The film was released in the U.S.A. on April 13, 2001.

  2. 3Biutiful

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    Biutiful is a drama and romance film directed by Alejandro Gonzalez Innaritu. The story is about a man that has the ability to see his future death. It is a 2 hour and 28-minute movie and was released in 2011.

  1. 4Pan's Labyrinth

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    Pan's Labyrinth is a drama/fantasy film directed by Guillermo del Toro starring Ivana Baquero, Doug Jones, and Sergi López. It was initially released on October 11, 2006. It follows the story of a stepdaughter of an army as she wanders in the fantasy world.

  2. 5Under The Same Moon

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    Under the Same Moon ( La Misma Luna) is a story of a young boy who wants to travel to U.S. to find his mother. It was directed by Patricia Riggen and was rated PG-13.

  3. 6El Norte

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    El Norte is a Latin-American movie directed by Gregory Nava. The movie tells about the journey of a brother and sister who happened to escape in a place where they were manual laborers. 

  4. 7Like Water for Chocolate

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    Like Water for Chocolate is a romance drama film that follows a young woman who is prevented by tradition from marrying her true love, and who turns to her cooking for comfort. It was directed by Alfonso Arau in 1993. 

  5. 8Bandidas

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    Bandidas is a film directed by Joachim Ronning and Espen Sandberg. It follows two women who become a bank robber duo to fight for justice. The movie is a mix of action, comedy, and crime that lasts for 1 hour and 33 minutes. 

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    July 5, 2018
    "This is probably the only Mexican movie that I know of that virtually all of my friends know about, no kidding! It is such a great movie that even my parents have watched it too and I really like how we were able to voice our opinions about it and how it is one of the best coming-of-age films out there. This is a definite must-watch if you want to get a taste of really good Mexican films!"
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    Anonymous
    July 5, 2018
    "Bandidas has a megastar duo in Penelope and Selma, but to be honest, it is just a comedy action film that shows off the assets of these two women more than it does the plot of the story. Really, I spent most of the time paying attention to them and I didn't really care for the cliche plot too. However, if a funny action Mexican film is what you want, this delivers it to you no problem."
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    July 5, 2018
    "This is a fantasy film that is really fantastical and magical. del Toro did a really amazing job here in creating a story and world where the magical world collides with the real one. It is also a movie with a lot of depth and spirit to it, and it is much more than just a movie with lots of fantastical beings. It is a really great movie that you should watch now if you haven't already!"
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    Pan's Labyrinth
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    Anonymous
    July 5, 2018
    "This is an Iñárritu film so you KNOW it's good! I am a huge fan of foreign films and I really like drama thrillers as well so this was a good choice for me to watch. Man, I was not disappointed! I mean, the plot is pretty straightforward with the whole car crash moment and how it affects all the characters, but what I really enjoyed was the way the story was laid out for the audience."
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    Amores Perros
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    July 5, 2018
    "Like Water for Chocolate is a pretty interesting film. I quite liked the book and I have read it before when I was younger. The film version though, I just watched recently and I found myself liking it quite a bit. It is a good romantic kind of film that is one that you want to watch with a significant other or something. In any case, this is one that I will recommend."
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    Anonymous
    July 5, 2018
    "Ahh La Misma Luna. This is a heartbreaking film that really shows a different side of being a parent. The film focuses on the relationship between mother and child and it is truly one of the most touching and heart-wrenching films that I have seen. The fact that it is in another language actually adds to the feel of it and makes it even more memorable."
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    July 5, 2018
    "El Norte is a movie that is really old but which is really relevant today. It is basically a story of illegal immigration into America and how two siblings struggle to find their way to what they hope is a place that will hold something better for them. I really think this is the type of movie that children should be watching today more than ever."
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    Anonymous
    July 5, 2018
    "Like the title of this film, i think this movie is simply beautiful. The subject matter is of course very NOT beautiful at all, since it looks at slums and sweatshops, but despite all of those things, the viewer gets to see the true beauty of the soul of Uxbal. Javier Bardem was just stellar here and he definitely deserved an Academy Award!!"
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    Biutiful
This list is about What are the best Mexican movies
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Y Tu Mamá TambiénMovies 16 Paid
2Amores PerrosMovies 11 Paid
3BiutifulMovies 10 Paid
4Pan's LabyrinthMovies 8 Paid
5Under The Same MoonMovies 7 Paid
6El Norte Movies 5 Paid
7Like Water for ChocolateMovies 3 Paid
8BandidasMovies 2 Paid
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