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On Friday, theatergoers in select cities will be able to catch a showing of the coming-of-age film Mid90s, written and directed by Jonah Hill. The film is set for a limited release, along with What They Had, a drama starring Hilary Swank as a daughter who returns to her hometown to support her Alzheimer's-suffering mother.
The 11th installment in the Halloween slasher film franchise, already garnering favorable reviews, will hit theaters in the days leading up to the titular holiday.
This weekend also seems to be a good one for watching con artists in action. Melissa McCarthy steps into the role of real-life forger Lee Israel in Can You Ever Forgive Me?, while acting veterans Robert Redford and Sissy Spacek star in The Old Man & the Gun, a film about real-life bank robber Forrest Tucker, who escaped from prison numerous times.
Read on to see what critics for The Hollywood Reporter said about the new films coming out this weekend.
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