A lot of times, when a film is pitched with lines like, “You’ve never seen anything like this before,” it’s safe to write it off as hyperbole. Not in this case. I honestly can’t say there’s ever been a film quite like Swiss Army Man. After Hank (Paul Dano) is shipwrecked, he contemplates suicide – until he discovers a corpse (Daniel Radcliffe) that he befriends. And that’s just the beginning of an odd, twisted, beautiful friendship (and film). While no film is meant for everyone, this is definitely a film that’s not going to appeal to a lot of people. Watch the trailer, though. If it in any way seems interesting to you, it’s worth watching. There’s plenty of puerile humor – fart jokes, boner jokes, the fact that a corpse is treated like a Swiss Army knife (hey, that’s where the title comes from!) – but there’s a surprising amount of depth the film takes in examining why, exactly, Hank befriends a corpse and what issues in his life are pushing him in that direction. Plus, the performances from Dano and Radcliffe are completely committed, which helps sell this fantasy.