These are what we call the 'YMMV items.' Things that some people find in this work. We call them 'your mileage might vary' because not everyone sees these things in the same way. This starts discussions in the trope lists, a thing we don't want. Please use the discussion page if you'd like to discuss any of these items.
YMMV: A Fistful of Dollars
Complete Monster: Ramon Rojo, who seems to get a genuine kick out of being as evil as possible. In his first appearance, he and his gang brutally massacre a Mexican army unit to steal their gold. He kidnaps a woman and forces her to live with him solely because he thinks her husband was cheating at cards (which wasn't true). He massacres the Baxter family (including their Evil Matriarch leader, which would have been incredibly bad at the time), tortures Joe for helping the girl escape, and, towards the end, has Silvanito tortured when he thinks he might be hiding Joe and was also about to hang him. That's on top of being an inhuman bastard whose only joy seems to be the violence, an extreme jerkass in his interactions with, oh, everybody, and the brains of a gang of illegal rum-runners who keeps a stranglehold on the life of a small town.
To demonstrate how horrible that is Ramon, he has the children of the kidnapped mother (a 6 years old kid) threatened to death if she is not given to him.
Narm: The little boy's whining and crying may come off being more obnoxious in the English language dub due to the poor quality of the English actor (or actress) dubbing the kid.
Moral Event Horizon: Ramon Rojo (the Big Bad) is unquestionably evil, not only prevails this territory when he forces (and tries to rape) a woman to live with him and threatens to kill her young son if she is not given, his most monstrous moment was having massacred the entire Baxter family, including the matriarch, and Ramon just laughs killing every family member, as do his thugs.
What an Idiot: Ramon and his men freak out over Joe's apparent inability to die when Ramon shoots him repeatedly with his shotgun, yet it never occurs to Ramon to try shooting Joe in the head, nor does it occur to him or his men to just open fire indiscriminately when Joe reveals he was wearing a crude bullet proof vest the whole time.