Showbusiness Editor The Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King has been voted best film of the year. The third and final instalment in the Tolkien trilogy topped a poll by viewers of the BBC’s Film 2004 show, hosted by Jonathan Ross. In a year which saw it win a record-equalling 11 Academy Awards, The Return Of The King was runaway favourite in the survey. The two previous films in the trilogy, The Two Towers And The Fellowship Of The Ring, also took the title in 2002 and 2003. [More]