LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 07:  Actor Paul Walker attends the World Premiere of 'Fast & Furious 6' at Empire Leicester Square on May 7, 2013 in London, England.  (Photo by Tim P. Whitby/Getty Images)
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Paul Walker's 15 Biggest Films, Ranked
15. Timeline
Even with acclaimed director Richard Donner and a book by Michael Crichton, “Timeline” turned out to be a colossal stinker. Paul Walker plays the blandly written Chris Johnston, but to his credit, is still engaging as an action hero. The film contains some fantastic moments but functions best as a guilty pleasure.
14. Into The Blue
Walker teamed up with Jessica Alba for “Into the Blue,” a movie more remembered for its bikinis and swim trunks than for plot or acting. Director John Stockwell treats audiences to gorgeous underwater sequences and a few thrilling action scenes, but can't overcome a terrible script.
13. Running Scared
“Running Scared” had potential, with a fantastic cast led by Walker, but writer-director Wayne Kramer filled each scene with swearing, gratuitous violence, and sex. It was probably a tactic to distract the viewer from the obvious lack of plot, and that’s why this film is considered a B-movie.
12. 2 Fast 2 Furious
With a better supporting cast and a stronger script, “2 Fast 2 Furious” could have been a slam dunk — but unfortunately, Walker and Tyrese Gibson can’t replicate Dom and Brian’s easygoing chemistry. The film delivers nonstop action but lacks the heart and soul needed to drive the picture home.
11. Varsity Blues
Walker's laid-back charm is on display in “Varsity Blues,” where he plays Lance, an amiable quarterback for the West Canaan Coyotes. Rather than portray Lance as an atypical jock, W. Peter Lliff's script makes him a likable superstar willing to help his pals at any cost, and Walker is perfectly cast.