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    Swiss Army Man

    A comedy is directed and co-written by Dan Kwan, Daniel Scheinert, follows a man who is lost in an uninhabited island. One day, he comes across a dead body and then they make friends and have a wonderful trip to go home.
    Duration: 97 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2016
    IMDb: 7.0
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  • Actors of "Swiss Army Man"

  • Characters of "Swiss Army Man"

    Hank. Character of Swiss Army Man
    Played by: Paul Dano
    Manny. Character of Swiss Army Man
    Sarah. Character of Swiss Army Man
    Reporter. Character of Swiss Army Man
    Played by: Marika Casteel
  • Directors of "Swiss Army Man"

    Dan Kwan. Director of Swiss Army Man
    Dan Kwan
    Daniel Scheinert. Director of Swiss Army Man
    Daniel Scheinert
  • Creators of "Swiss Army Man"

    Daniel Scheinert. Director of Swiss Army Man
    Daniel Scheinert
    Dan Kwan. Director of Swiss Army Man
    Dan Kwan
  • Critic Reviews of "Swiss Army Man"

    Chicago Reader
    July 08, 2016

    This movie is every bit as whimsical as [Jonze and Gondry's] work but lacks the minimal plotting and strong intellectual component that gives their flights of fancy shape and substance.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    July 06, 2016

    By the end, having failed in its attempt at cleverness, the movie veers into sentiment, the inevitable last resort. The movie fails at that, too.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    July 01, 2016

    If you stick with it, there's a chance it'll grow on you as it grew on me - and you'll be rewarded with maybe the best ending of any movie so far this year.

    Globe and Mail
    July 01, 2016

    Loneliness, arrested development and the slow disintegration of the imagination are all topics of interest to the directors, but they approach each with only a cool level of ironic detachment that becomes unbearable after 90 minutes.

    Detroit News
    July 01, 2016

    "Swiss Army Man" leaves an impression, but can't complete its job. Like Manny, it's full of hot air.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    July 01, 2016

    A movie about the safe haven of imagination, about loneliness and despair and resilience, about obsession and, um, stalking.

    El antepenĆŗltimo mohicano
    March 15, 2017

    A fun and adventurous film that, under its subversive and endearingly geek appearance, hides a lot of feeling and truth. [Full review in Spanish]

    Blog de cine
    February 27, 2017

    This debut film is not easy to digest, nor too difficult, but it's an original proposal. [Full review in Spanish]

    January 10, 2017

    An unusual tragicomedy that is not for everyone. However, if you look beyond flatulence, excrement and erections, you will find a very emotional story full of captivating moments. [Full review in Spanish]

    Seven Days
    January 01, 2017

    Viewers who aren't intrinsically opposed to toilet humor may actually find this curiosity pretty funny -- and, thanks to the conviction of its lead actors, sometimes weirdly poignant.

    Columbus Alive
    December 31, 2016

    It starts weird, stays weird and is shockingly emotionally resonate most of the time.

    Financial Times
    December 28, 2016

    The third act dissolves back into emo indulgence. But before then, you may just have found yourself briefly watching in wonderment, only disturbed by the nagging feeling that this is all very wrong.

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