R.I.P Paul Walker (1973-2013)
40 years-40 films. Brian O’Conner is no more. The Fast and Furious star Paul Walker died in a car crash today. Ironic, he met with a car accident.
Fast Five (2011)
Shifting gears from a film showcasing hot bodies (not solely just car chases) and fast nox-enabled cars into the classic heist genre, giving the ocean’s series a run for their money. Paul Walker reprised his role of Brian O’Conner and was more badass than ever. Though the film focused more on Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson. Paul Walker held his ground and played the ex-cop with brilliance.
The Lazarus Project (2008)
Playing ex-con he tried to start a new life and make it good for himself and his family but fate pushed him back into the world he is so badly trying to escape. He showed the emotions and thrill needed with great perfection.
Eight Below (2006)
The dogs stole the show in the film but still is Paul Walker’s most influential film till date. It was tear-jerking and heartwarming. Playing Jerry Shepard he tries to find a sponsor for a rescue mission while his dogs fight for survival.
Running Scared (2006)
In spite of being a Fast and Furious fan , Running Scared is my favourite Paul Walker movie till date. He played a low-ranking thug who is entrusted by his crime boss to dispose of a gun that killed corrupt cops, but things get out of control when the gun ends up in wrong hands. The twisted and thrilling running scared kept me glued to my seat for all time. Paul Walker was intense and surprising in the film.
Joy Ride (2001)
A pretty decent suspense thriller that in my opinion should be watched by every single guy out there. It was a well-constructed B-movie thriller, which keeps up the necessary level of tension and chills. Paul Walker alongside Steve Zahn made it a thrilling experience.
Paul Walker was not only a good human being he was unlike other celebs with paparazzi. He once said “You know , all that really matters is that the people you love are happy and healthy. Everything else is just sprinkles on the sundae”
RIP good man. We sure will miss the fast and furious action that you brought up for us fanatics