Big Hollywood is reporting on a new movie by the Wachowski siblings that brought you The Matrix.
For seven months now, we’ve been hearing about the secret next-film for The Wachowski Brothers, a Hard-R rated ‘cinema verite-style gay romance Iraq war film set in the near future. We’ve been getting tidbits every couple months, but all we know is the film tells the story of a homosexual relationship between a US soldier and an Iraqi and that it is set in the near future, but then moves back in time to tell the bulk of the story, part of which includes the current Iraq War.
And just when you thought that the chances of you seeing a gay futuristic anti-war movie, word has it that Arianna Huffington and Jesse Ventura have also filmed scenes for the movie. Come on! Are these people interested in people actually going to see their movie? At all?
If you ask me that Wachowski siblings haven’t made a good movie since the original Matrix. And don’t even get me started on the mess that was Matrix 3.
So when it comes down to either going to see the gay futuristic romance anti-war movie or doing something else, here’s a list of other things I would do rather than go see a gay futuristic anti-war romance:
Weeding the garden, breaking up a wasp nest with a wiffle ball bat (using protective goggles), read Stephen King, write fan mail to Jar Jar Binks, breaking a wasp nest with a wiffle ball bat without protective goggles, tell my wife that her outfit makes her look fat, watch Speed Racer the Movie, go see the new Smurfs movie, read vox Nova, and reenact the funniest scenes from America’s Funniest Home Video. All in one day.