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The Honolulu Advertiser
Posted on: Thursday, November 29, 2001

Movie openings

Advertiser Staff

"Behind enemy lines": Owen Wilson plays a promising naval aviator who is frustrated that he hasn't seen fighting action, while Gene Hackman portrays an admiral who believes the aviator isn't ready for combat. Opens tomorrow at Dole Cannery 18 Theatres, Restaurant Row Theatres, Ward Stadium 16-Plex, Kahala 8-Plex, Koko Marina 8-Plex, Pearl Highlands 12, Pearlridge West 16-Plex, Kapolei 16-Plex, Mililani 14-Plex, Ko'olau 10-Plex, Enchanted Lake Cinemas, Windward Stadium 10, Laie Cinemas, Maunaloa Town Cinemas (Moloka'i), Makalapua Cinemas (Big Island), Prince Kuhio Stadium Cinemas (Big Island), Keauhou 7-Plex (Big Island), Maui Mall Megaplex Cinemas (Maui), Kukui Mall 4-Plex (Maui), Lahaina Cinemas (Maui). (PG-13)

"Innocence": After more than 40 years apart, former lovers Andreas (Charles "Bud" Tingwell) and Claire (Julia Blake) embark on another passionate affair. But after so much time, naturally, there are complications. Opens tomorrow at Restaurant Row Theatres. (Unrated)

"Sidewalks of New York": The romantic lives of three men and three women inadvertently tangle into a thick web. The film is interspersed with comments on the wonders of looking for love. At the heart of the film is Tommy (Edward Burns), who yearns for a stable relationship. Opens tomorrow at Restaurant Row Theatres and Koko Marina 8-Plex. (R)