4. Nacho Libre (2005)
Popular among those who were young fans during the Ruthless Aggression era, Nacho Libre sees Jack Black add hefty doses of humour to the noble story of Fray Tormenta, a Catholic priest who spent decades wrestling in order to raise money to support his orphanage.
The movie itself is pretty straightforward, with the kind of feelgood ending that probably doesn't need to be continued in a sequel. But in a world littered with sequels (and remakes), perhaps Black could give Ignacio another go again, covering another aspect of Tormenta's story?