Paul Walker Iii:
He was one of those kids that parents hate. He was fearless and that scared me. I don't mean to say he was amped out of his mind on adrenaline. He liked to do exciting things. Paul was just that way.
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I remember when I first heard this. like a bombshell. I was in my room, and heard the t,v. I thought my ears were horribly deceiving me. I flew off my bed, raced out into lounge. I was sort of devastated. How could something like this happen to Paul Walker, especially at this time, when his body of acting work, of late, was really becoming acknowledged. Check out Hours, Pawn Shop Chronicles, Brick Mansions to see what I mean. I've never been affecting this much by an actor's death before, and I never will be again. I really don't know how bigger star, he would of been today. This documentary, unlike no other, chronicles the life of our late star, painting a true picture of a man who gave with his heart, and lived life like no other. For me, there were some borderline teary eyed moments, especially, when viewing family footage of him as a nipper, doing his first screen test, even showing him as a four, five year old, with bushy hair, doing a doggy food ad. The documentary really captures, the inner true self of this special guy, and this almost masterpiece-ish docu is very affecting, the late Paul, wouldn't be disappointed at this tribute. If I had to meet one star in my life, without the exception of Willem Dafoe, this is someone I'd meet. A true humanitarian, and I'm humbly proud to say legend, who left us, way too soon. especially only months after his 40'th. Now that sucks. For Paul Walker fans, especially.
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