The movie also employs a group of people sitting out in the desert watching all this take place. They are the "spectators" and make comments on what is taking place. This is part of the movie I liked the least. I realize it adds to the absurdity and breaks the fourth wall but I just felt it didn't really add anything to it. I also didn't really like the beginning of the film in which the sheriff character says directly to the audience that what they are about to see is an homage to "no reason."
Overall, while there were pieces of the movie I liked, I think the overall work just doesn't work as well as it should. It starts to get old fairly quickly. It might grow on me if I watch it a few more times but I'm not sure if I really want to do that.