The best films on TV: Friday, 1 May

The Drop, Spy, Paul.

Western gunslinging, abrasive joking, and double-crossing, hard-talking, blood-sucking fun. all feature as TopFilmTip brings you the best films on TV for Friday, 1 May.

Dirty jokes, hidden guns and an epic body count racks up as a man in black seeks vengeance in drug run backwater career-making action adventure Desperado 9:00pm Sony Movies Action

Uncouth atheist alien and anglo-nerd duo flee MIBs in geek-nodding, profanity-blurting, road-tripping sci-fi  love letter Paul 9:00pm ITV2

Bat-pooed basemented CIA wallflower turns counterterrorist potty-mouthed pugilist in flawlessly delivered character comedy Spy 9:00pm E4

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Simple dog-loving bartender Tom Hardy's integrity guides him through silent storm of crime and intimidation and gripping gem The Drop 11:15pm Film 4

Told they were orphans and forcibly sent to Australia for life of labour, broken souls are reunited with family in Oranges and Sunshine 11:20pm BBC Two HD

Eternally suffering under his malevolence, Dracula struggles to live on in Werner Herzog's visual masterpiece Nosferatu the Vampyre 00:00am Talking Pictures TV

Welshman's integrity faces fractures of a momentary mistake in Tom Hardy's solid, singular, dialogue driven moral marvel Locke 1:25am Film 4

Moral complications of recognition and respect for emerging artificial intelligence, creativity and life explored in gay marriage metaphor Isaac Asimov’s Bicentennial Man 2:20am Sony Movies

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Everything new on streaming in May:

Netflix UK: May’s new releases

NOW TV: May’s new releases

Amazon Prime Video UK: May's new releases

Disney+ UK: May's new releases