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Mr. Mendo teams up with the Film Renegado, master of Mexican cinema, to review Atlético San Pancho, AKA Never Too Young to Dream, a Bad News Bears-style tribute to peewee soccer. In this movie, a ragtag group of kids has the seemingly impossible dream to win the big soccer championship. Will they succeed? Have you seen a sports movie before?
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“So join me once again as I devote more thought to this show than anyone in history.”Chinango (2009)
Renegado takes a look at Chinango, allegedly the first Latin American martial arts movie ever made. Filmed in Mexico in 2006, and not released until 2009, Renegado finds out if this movie measures up with other entries in the martial arts genre, or if he has another Undefeatable on his hands.Saving Private Perez (2011)
A Mexican drug lord embarks upon an epic suicide mission to Iraq to rescue his brother and bring him back home. A parody of the drug lord lifestyle and action movies in general, Saving Private Perez is a movie you can't miss, and the Renegado is here to tell you why!Krrish 3 (2013)
“And a Silver Age Superman story this is, right down to the core. At less than a quarter of the budget, Krrish 3 satisfies in ways Man of Steel utterly failed to do.”Better Call Saul: So, that was season one...
“Odds are, we’re going to be waiting at least three years or so before any of this matters.”Brijes 3D (2010)
Renegado returns to Mexican cinema with Brijes 3D (English title: Guardians of the Lost Code), an animated feature where humans are bonded to animal spirits called "brijes" that give them magical powers. The film wasn't really successful, which had nothing at all to do with it being a total Digimon rip-off.
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