Anthony Hopkins

The Father

By Hannah Strong

Anthony Hopkins is at the peak of his acting powers in this moving drama about the banality of ageing.

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The Elephant Man is returning to cinemas in a new 4K restoration

By Charles Bramesco

David Lynch’s award-winning vision of alienation has never looked better.

The Two Popes

By Charles Bramesco

Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce give an acting masterclass in Fernando Meirelles’ Papal tête-à-tête.

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Are some films actually better suited to smaller screens?

By Stephen Puddicombe

The terrifying intimacy of The Silence of the Lambs lends it to a different kind of viewing experience.

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