THAT '70S SHOW star Mila Kunis has slammed Maggie Gyllenhaal for her controversial 11 September (01) comments, insisting the actress should present the world with a "solution" rather than a problem.

The SECRETARY actress recently sparked controversy after declaring that her native America "is responsible in some way" for the terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington DC.

She added, "(September 11 was) an occasion to be brave enough to ask some serious questions about America's role in the world. Because it is always useful as individuals or nations to ask how we may have knowingly or unknowingly contributed to this conflict.

"Not to have the courage to ask these questions of ourselves is to betray the victims of 9/11."

But Ukrainian-born Kunis, who calls Macaulay Culkin her boyfriend, is horrified with Gyllenhaal's comments.

She says, "Don't you think that, like, if you're gonna pose a problem, pose the solution? All she's saying that is that we're at fault but she's not saying how to solve this problem.

"She's an actress, who cares? It's not like she has any political training or any education.

"But she was honest and you gotta respect (that). If you don't like her comment, don't listen to it."

28/04/2005 03:08