This looks like it could actually be pretty good, or at least interesting.
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Swiss Army Man
According to tradition, the history of film started when Leland Stanford made a bet about whether all four of a horse's legs leave the ground when galloping. That same gambling instinct that has underlain the film industry ever since has stuck again, after Daniel Radcliffe lost a bet and agreed to costar in the soon-to-be-released Swiss Army Man, in which Paul Dano plays a man marooned on a desert island, and Daniel Radcliffe plays a magical farting corpse. No, seriously.