Tuesday unleashes lots of drama — and 3D dinosaurs. Star ratings are by Seattle Times movie reviewers, freelancers or wire services. For full reviews, search the movie title at seattletimes.com. Release dates are subject to change.
“Any Day Now” (R): Alan Cumming stars as a late-1970s drag queen who stubbornly raises an unwanted teenager with Down syndrome.
“The Central Park Five” (not rated): Documentarians Ken Burns, David McMahon and Sarah Burns trace the story of the five teens wrongly convicted of raping and beating the “Central Park Jogger.”
- With death on table, McEnroe jury's friendships crumbled
- Microsoft employees -- past and present -- look back over the years
- To retire at 55 takes big savings
- Salary cap expert Joel Corry with another look at Russell Wilson's contract
- No time to eat in Silicon Valley, so techies chug their protein
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“Promised Land” (R): Director Gus Van Sant’s drama pits a smooth-talking salesman (Matt Damon) against an environmental activist (John Krasinski) in a fight over a small farmland town’s natural-gas rights.
“Happy People: A Year in the Taiga” (not rated): Werner Herzog’s vision of a hardscrabble life in Siberia. In English and Russian, with English subtitles.
“The Impossible” (PG-13): A British family of five, happily vacationing in Thailand, become divided when a massive tsunami wave crashes into the posh resort where they’re staying. Naomi Watts and Ewan McGregor star.
“Jurassic Park 3D” (PG-13): The dinosaurs are back, still menacing 20 years later.
“Gangster Squad” (R): Josh Brolin plays an upright war-hero copper who forms an undercover squad to take down a mob boss (Sean Penn) and his operation.
“A Haunted House” (R): A parody of the “Paranormal Activity” series starring Marlon Wayans.
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