Happy Birthday Paul: 5
Movies Starring Paul
Walker That You Can
Stream Right Now Via
Netflix, Amazon, HBO
While Paul Walker’s life ended too soon after a tragic car accident at only 40 years old, the bright actor has left behind a legacy that will live on through not only his family—including his 15-year-old daughter Meadow—but also his career on the big screen.
The late star may best be known for his role in The Fast and The Furious franchise, Paul’s career spanned almost three decades, and covered almost every genre of cinema.
To honor Paul’s legacy on what would've been his 41st birthday, and to celebrate an incredible career that was cut too short, we rounded up some of Paul’s movies that are not only available to stream online, but also display the talent of one star who shined brightly and will surely be missed.
Check out the trailers and summaries below, then see where to watch:
1. She’s All That (1999)
Summary: In this ‘90s high school classic, Freddie Prinze, Jr. stars as Zack, a popular jock whose friend Dean—played by Paul—bets him that he can’t turn just any girl in their high school into a prom queen in just six weeks. Enter Rachael Leigh Cook’s character Laney, an unpopular art student, who Dean picks as Zack’s date in hopes of winning the bet.
2. Varsity Blues (1999)
Summary: James Van Der Beek and Paul star as Jonathan “Mox” Moxon and Lance Harbor, respectively, in this coming of age story of high school football players and their lives in a fictional, small town. Jon Voight plays their football coach, who adds the pressure of the game to the everyday challenges of growing up.
3. Timeline (2003)
Summary: In this science fiction adventure film, Paul plays Chris Johnston, the son of an archaeology professor who becomes trapped in medieval France; Chris and a group of his father’s students are up to the challenge of not only surviving fourteenth-century Europe, but also rescuing their professor.
4. The Skulls (2000)
Summary: In this psychological thriller, Paul stars alongside Joshua Jackson, as two Ivy League students who join a secret, elitist society known as “The Skulls.” However, Jackson’s character quickly learns the dark history and dangerous future that plagues those involved with this brotherhood.
5. The Life and Death of Bobby Z. (2007)
Summary: This 2007 action flick will keep you on the edge of your seat! Paul plays a former Marine who is given a creative way out of his prison sentence—he must play a recently deceased drug lord, Bobby Z., to complete a hostage switch with another criminal.