I liked the man from Venus. He is a handsome Venusian without a name.
He can read and speak all languages, as well as read minds. He can also heal people.
He's an honest, forthright representative of Venus who was sent to Earth to arrange a meeting between his superiors and leaders from every nation on Earth.
However, the British butch everything up with selfish disregard and greed.
This is a B movie. The British actors' faces were so deadpan no matter what was taking place. The only exception was the innkeeper's daughter who was the best actress rather than Patricia Neal. PN was as placid as the male actors. Come to think of it, the actor playing the innkeeper was the best actor among all the male characters.
As for action, you get to watch the wheels, bumpers and fenders on vehicles. Several views were of vehicles parking in front of the inn. Other action was watching the Venusian walk up or down the staircase.
If you can handle all that excitement, you'll enjoy the movie.