Source: Getty Images.
Source: Getty Images.
Source: A mean simian from Kingdom of
the Planet of the Apes (20th Century Studios);
Harvey Keitel in The Tattooist of Auschwitz
(Sky); Jerry Seinfeld in Unfrosted (Netflix).
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Image caption: Anthony Hopkins in Freud's Last
Session (Sony); Ryan Gosling in The Fall Guy
(Universal); Gillian Anderson in Scoop (Netflix).
Source: David Dastmalchian in Late Night
With the Devil (IFC Films); Marisa Abela as Amy
Winehouse in Back to Black (Focus Features): One
of the metallic stars of Robot Dreams (Neon).
Source: Po in Kung Fu Panda 4 (Universal);
Kong in Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire
(Warners); Olivia Colman in Wicked Little Letters
(Sony); Jake Gyllenhaal in Road House (Prime)
From Sea-Monkeys to ant farms: A nostalgic dive into childhood curiosities of nature's wonders.Source: Getty Images.
Source: Michael Caine in The Great Escaper
(Warner Bros); Chauncey the Bear in Imaginary
(Lionsgate); Jeffrey Wright in American Fiction (Prime).

About Jim Schembri

Jim Schembri has been a professional film critic since 1980, chiefly for Cinema Papers, The Age and 3AW. Jim fell in love with the power of film as a young child after seeing The Lord of the Flies on TV and The Love Bug at the cinema, which he saw three times. He was six. Jim’s private film collection contains more than 30,000 titles, including many ancient VHS and Beta tapes. He also owns two Beta video players, which he refuses to sell on eBay. His second favourite movie quote is “Plastics”, from 1967 classic The Graduate. His favourite movie quote comes from the 1991 film Grand Canyon: “All of life’s riddles are answered in the movies.” Jim believes this to be true.