8 Best Mexican Movies to Watch on IPTV


IPTV is full of movies that break cultural barriers. Streaming apps like Hulu, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video are home to some of the best Mexican movies of all time. You will find a myriad of genres ranging from thriller to crime and comedy. Even kids’ movies have taken the Mexican film industry by storm. 

As more and more vintage movies are finding a place in many IPTVs, here is a list that will suffice for Mexican movie lovers. Read through this article to know some of the gems this popular industry has put forth!

  1. Perras 

Rent/buy this lovely drama on a murder in a high school from Amazon Prime Video. Released in 2011, sudden death in a school begins rounds of interrogations among friends and other school students. The questioning continues among 10 girls and they should not leave the campus until they accept the horrific crime. 

Known for its extraordinary dialogues, the film garnered critical appreciation for a varying storyline among common ones. 

You can watch this movie with a free IPTV that works smoothly with your FireStick!

  1. Noche de Fuego

This film holds the honor of being nominated as Mexico’s entry into the 2021 Academy awards. The movie follows the lives of three girls being terrorized and instigated by drug dealers and human traffickers. Also, the story is set in the mountains of Guerro. 

Written and directed by Tatiana Huezo, it is based on the novel of the same name written by Jeniffer Clement. Apart from the nomination for the academy awards, many other premier awards are a testimony to the film’s brilliance. 

  1. The Night Guard 

With a simple storyline, you can find wonders in every lead’s acting prowess. Salvador is the name of a security guard and the depiction of his life through regular scenarios is a treat to watch. However, the story takes steam when the guard lies about a crime during his duty period. See the movie unfold into different lines from thereon. 

Directed by Diego Ros, it is available on Netflix for subscribers. 

  1. 07:19 La Hora Del Temblor

If survival thrillers are your niche, then this is for you. This gritty and claustrophobic movie doesn’t travel to many locations. You will start praying for the lead actors’ life once you get engrossed with the film’s happenings. 

Two workers in a building are stuck under a pile of rubble below seven floors when a sudden earthquake hits them. More than the methods to survive, you should notice the effort taken by the two leads to settling their differences when buried under. 

Jorge Michel Grau is the director of this drama movie. You can watch this survival drama on Amazon Prime Video. 

  1. Ayotzinapa El Paso De La Tortuga

Based on an original story, this is a documentary. It deals with the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico. This happened after police took them forcibly into custody for questioning. However, they never returned home much to the horror of their relatives. 

Through this documentary, the original happenings and the protest held by the family members of those students came to light. Besides, it was also to condemn the slow action taken by the Mexican government and local authorities. You will surely feel the emotions from within while watching this engaging movie. Catch it on Netflix now for more details. 

  1. Tiempo Compartido

A dark comedy worth binging on Netflix is Tiempo Compartido. Released in 2018, you will find a mixture of comical elements along with a thrilling effect that centers on two men trying to spend time with their families in a luxury resort. They come together to save their families when a threat endangers their families’ well-being. 

  1. Amores Perros 

A single-car accident lets three people sort out their harsh lifestyle. Helmed by Alexandro Gonzalez, it covers sub-stories like love, communism, tragedy, and more.  Emilio Echevarría, Gael García Bernal, and Goya Toledo were the leads in this thriller. 

Owing to the mesmerizing acting capacity showcased, the film found itself holding the nomination for the best foreign film at the 2001 academy awards. 

  1. Ahi Te Encargo

A list of movies worth watching is incomplete if you don’t find a rom-com in it. Here’s an option for streaming on Netflix. The movie takes off showing the successful marriage of an ad creative and an executive. However, things begin going crazy when the male lead wants a kid. 

Wait for the story to unfold with several incidents that will leave you in splits! 

Final Thoughts

IPTVs are the order of the day for unlimited entertainment. If you are an avid binge-watcher and learning Spanish is your recent hobby, then go for these movies for a fun-filled weekend.  

Explore some of these thrillers and dramas to savor the best of what the Mexican film industry has to offer. 

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