Gumby Badger’s review published on Letterboxd:
Some terrific set pieces, a great proto-Phillip Vandamm villain, and a strong anti-individualist sentiment that would have been verboten a few years later. It's particularly interesting how the outcasts who band together are portrayed as the good side of America, and the wealthy capitalists are the Nazis. There are a few weaknesses that are a product of its pseudo-propaganda status. For one, Cummings is a bit too squeaky clean here for a Hitchcock protagonist (but is probably more appealing for a wartime anti-Nazi film), and the music is positively maudlin.