No Country for Old Men and W.—one of which was critically acclaimed; the other, not so much. However, both showcased splendid performances from Josh Brolin and neither garnered him much, if any, critical recognition. Josh’s first film role was in 1985’s The Goonies, so you can imagine how much time he’s had to perfect his craft. And boy, has he. He’s technically sound, but he’s also just so incredibly authentic. Whether he’s a homicidal politician (Milk), a “Bigfoot”-ed LAPD detective (Inherent Vice), a welding Vietnam veteran, or George W. Bush—you believe him.