Only 27 years old when he died suddenly in a freak accident on June 19, 2016, Anton Yelchin was good in everything he did. He was great. He was prolific. He was wickedly smart — the kind of actor who could effortlessly deliver streams of dialogue in single takes. His voice was nervous, cracking, immature, like a young Dustin Hoffman. He didn’t look like a movie star. He was a child actor with an old soul. He had a Russian novelist’s name, the kind destined for greatness. He lived up to it. We miss him. These are his greatest movie performances.