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Anthony Hopkins surprised a lot of people just this week when he took home the Academy Award for Best Actor for his work in “The Father.” It was a ceremony he didn’t attend, actually sleeping though it at his home, and his slumber continues in “The Virtuoso,” a low-budget suspense offering that made sure to reserve some big bucks to hire Hopkins, who appears for a few minutes in a very small role. The rest of the effort belongs to actor Anson Mount, who portrays the titular character, a steely assassin with a particular set of skills who battles with his conscience and assorted enemies while trying to complete his latest job. “The Virtuoso” is small in scale and limited in thrills, but Mount puts in the work to make his part ripple with disintegrating personal control, and writer James C. Wolf creates a few decent puzzles to decode along the way, making for a passably lively picture. Read the rest at


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