Save lead Michael Keaton, the Chicago location shooting and the technical competence, Touch and Go plays like an overlong sitcom pilot. Keaton’s a star hockey player who gets mugged by a gang of young “toughs,” including Ajay Naidu. Because he’s a nice guy, Keaton doesn’t turn Naidu into the cops, instead getting involved with him and his mother (played by Maria Conchita Alonso).
I used quotation marks for toughs because they’re a bunch of wimpy white teenagers in leather jackets. Unless you...Read Full Story
Maria Conchita Alonso, an actress best known for her work in movies such as The Running Man, has written an open letter to Sean Penn, asking Penn to stop supporting Hugo Chavez. Alonso, who is Venezuelan, castigates Penn for supporting a man she considers to be a dictator. She brings up a number of points, including elections she considers rigged, Chavez's cult of personality, and Chavez's nationalization of many industries.The full letter can be read below:Dear Sean, WHY? Even though I...Read Full Story
Actress Alonso: Obama's Second Term a 'Step Toward' Venezuela by Christian Toto Venezuelan actress Maria Conchita Alonso is best known for her work in '80s films like "Moscow on the Hudson" and "The Running Man."Today, she's a fierce critic of current Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez, and she isn't too happy about the similarities she sees between Chavez's government and a potential second term for Barack Obama. Read more »Posted by LIBERTY POST at No comments: Email ThisBlogThis!Share to...Read Full Story
Maria Conchita Alonso writes open letter to Sean Penn, criticizes his support for Hugo Chavez
By Michael Sheridan
March 29th, 2010
Dear Sean Penn – Please stop spouting support for Hugo Chavez.
That’s the message “Running Man” actress Maria Conchita Alonso has for the Oscar-winning actor.
She states the decree in an open letter posted on NewsBusters.org.
“Even though I have great respect for your artistic talent,” Alonso said in the letter, “I was appalled by a recent television...Read Full Story
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Cuban actress Maria Conchita Alonso has termed veteran star Sean Penn a "communist".
The former co-stars were recently spotted screaming at each other at the Los Angeles International Airport.
Alonso revealed in a radio interview to WMAL: "I said, 'You are a communist, Sean Penn.' He said, 'You are a pig!' So I said, 'And you are a communist a*****e! Is it great to live the way you do as a communist?'"
However, the actress...Read Full Story
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