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Tuesday, November 20, 2001


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Preview

This listing of previews runs Tuesdays in the Star-Bulletin. In light of the Thanksgiving holiday, this week's openings start tomorrow, instead of the usual Friday:

Black Knight -- Martin Lawrence is back as a Medieval World theme-park employee who finds himself magically transported to 14th-century England after getting conked on the head. It's Lawrence's African-American comedy riffs on everything that's both medieval and English (PG-13).

Out Cold -- Broad comedy (by the looks of the trailer and TV ads) about a snowboarder's plans to start his own park going awry when his girlfriend returns to town (R).

Spy Game -- Tony Scott ("Enemy of the State") directs Robert Redford and Brad Pitt in a movie about the conflicted relationship between a CIA operative, who's being held in a Chinese prison, and his mentor, who finds himself trying to free the operative the day before he's due to retire. The two marquee actors last appeared together in Redford's own 1992 film "A River Runs Through It" (R).


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Thanksgiving services

Tomorrow

>> 7 p.m. -- Stan Sheriff Center, University of Hawaii. Gates will be open at 6 p.m. as about 50 churches join for a Christian prayer rally "For Such a Time." Christian recording artist Bob Fitts and local choirs and worship bands will provide music. Social service agencies will set up booths with info on help. Rice or canned-good donations sought for Hawaii Food Bank.

>> 7 p.m. -- Nuuanu Congregational Church, 2651 Pali Hwy. This 40th annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Eve Service features participation by Protestant, Catholic, Buddhist, Jewish, Muslim, Baha'i and Hindu congregations. Sister Joan Chatfield will speak. Musicians from churches will perform.

>> 7 p.m. -- Central Oahu Thanksgiving Eve. The service sponsored by Wahiawa Ministers Association will be held at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, 1403-A California Ave., Wahiawa. Nonperishable food items will be collected for Wahiawa food banks.

>> 7 p.m. -- Manoa-Makiki Interfaith Gathering. Manoa Valley Church, 2728 Huapala St., will be the site of a service shared by Protestant, Catholic, Quaker and Muslim congregations. Muslim Saleem Ahmed will speak. Offerings will be given to OXFAM resettlement efforts in Afghanistan and a Local 5, Hotel and Restaurant Employees union fund for displaced hotel workers.

>> 7:30 p.m. -- Windward Coalition of Churches Thanksgiving Eve Service. Kailua United Methodist Church, 1110 Kailua Road, will host the event. Rev. Al Miles will speak. Canned good offerings will go to St. Anthony's Foodbank, and cash donations to the coalition's Prison Scholarship Program.

Thursday

>> 9 a.m. -- Ecumenical Thanksgiving Day Worship. "Transforming Tragedy into Thankfulness" is the theme of the service at Central Union Church, 1660 S. Beretania St. Several denominations and community organizations will participate. The Rev. Vaughn Beckman of First Christian Church will speak. The Honolulu Boy Choir will sing at 8:45 a.m.



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