Was anyone shocked by some of the things in the film? Not that I mean shocked in the way it might sound... I just found that since this film is older, and from a more modest (or so I think, anyways) time period in film, I was surprised that some things were included in the film. The lengthy nude scene where the three women were swimming and "playing" in the wine bin with the guys, for example. The amount of bloodshed and killing also seemed uncharacteristic for that time period.
I was also struck by the amount of Spanish that was used... and the foul mouth on the one guy. He was rude to that woman!
One funny commentary on the film:
I giggled to myself during the very first big shoot out scene, and thought that there should be a disclaimer posted at the end of the film, and then I decided to modify it after the train crashing into itself later on... The disclaimer should say: There were no small children, sickly dogs, or horses harmed during the filming of this movie. However, old people, Christians, and scorpions are fair game.