I know that Nacho Libre is a movie that is already a bit older, and that I already also ran a review of the movie last week, but after listening to the movie I just had to run out and get the soundtrack (besides, like all reviews on this site, they aren't exactly based on what is out right now). A good soundtrack not only adds an incomparable amount of flavor to a movie, it also makes you relive the movie every time you listen to it. I have to admit I am quite critical when it comes to soundtracks. I'm not too crazy about the big, orchestral soundtracks, with their all too present violins, trying to squeeze the tears out of you during dramatic moments, I prefer soundtracks that are a bit more subtle than that. To be honest, my favorite soundtracks feature hardly any violins or other orchestral instruments at all, and they range from Lost in Translation and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind to Garden State and Napoleon Dynamite. Sure, I can dig the music that helped make movies like Rocky, Back to the Future and Indiana Jones so well known, but when I want to pop something in my stereo I prefer something like, well, the soundtrack to Nacho Libre!