Ever feel different and alone? Even though many people have felt this way one time or another in their life, maybe not quite to the extreme as the main character, Hank, in the movie Swiss Army Man (Rated R); he actually befriends a corpse. In the context of the movie, this actually almost makes sense, given Hank’s circumstances. On the surface, this movie seems to be a movie about loneliness, and well…flatulence. Yes, that’s right, there is much of this bodily function and talk of it throughout the movie, but even though Daniel Radcliffe’s character, Manny, has a few laugh-out-loud lines, this movie is by no means a comedy. Aimed at older teens and adults due to the subject matter discussed, this movie actually confronts what makes us very uncomfortable in our society, especially the things that don’t fit in with social norms. It makes you look at things in a different way, and although strange, it does have a pertinent message. Be warned though, there are parts of this movie that are bizarre and definitely not suitable for children or the faint of heart. It is certainly a unique movie with a message beneath the surface, even with all it’s weirdness.