Swiss Army Man opens with a man trapped on a deserted island, in the process of hanging himself, just as he finds a bloated corpse with, hmm, powers? The corpse begins to let loose great, powerful rippling farts. It’s hard not to laugh. This is how the man gets off the island. And then the journey — of man and corpse — really begins.
What do you get when J.J. Abrams produces a film in the Cloverfield universe, sets it in a bunker, and lets loose just a small cast that includes John Goodman and Mary Elizabeth Winstead? You get 10 Cloverfield Lane.