The title of the film could apply to nearly all of Ray’s other films, as it provides a poetic encapsulation of his governing theme.
It achieved a unique relevance for a “spaceman” movie by unambiguously advocating for peace and grounding its pulp story in social reality.
This classic's new package has all a fan needs save for a model ship.
This is a a morality play that only sees in black and white.
The film casts Kirk Douglas as a selfish artist who gets his comeuppance, but it’s a theme that smacks of bullshit.