The Wild Starring Jack Black, Ana de la Reguera and Troy Gentile. Directed by Jared Hess.Running Time: 100 minutes. Rated: Rated PG.How stupid is stupid? Nacho Libre is pretty stupid. Not that audiences can't enjoy something stupid. We do. But this one is really hit and miss.It will be a hit if you like Jack Black, who has been pretty funny in the past, in School of Rock and even as a creep in King Kong. One of the troubles is that he is a calculating comedian. You can see him working out how to win over the audience, one of those actors who can never get enough applause. It will be a miss if you don't like impossible farce, silly dialogue and story lines - and if wrestling is not your favourite sport.The director made the cult hit, Napoleon Dynamite, but goes for lower common denominators for comedy. The setting is a Mexican orphanage where Jack Black grows up, is put into a habit, belittled by the friar in charge, gets a crush on a pretty nun who comes to teach and, with the aid of a skinny friend, moonlights as Nacho Libre who builds up a following amongst the crowds at the wrestling matches.With not much effort the producers could have checked with some church advisors to save them from making a kind of Police Academy version of orphanages, friars, nuns and the church - and even of wrestling as well.Fr Peter Malone MSC directs the film desk of SIGNIS: the World Association of Catholic Communicators, and an associate of the Australian Catholic Film Office.