Ya, did anyone see the music video see you again by wiz Khalifa? It was a tribute to Paul, and damn, the ending legit made me cry. As I say, he's not dead, just one lap ahead of us.
@Flameo Hotman, You know, I like the way you put that. And you know what else, in with you on that.
@Flameo Hotman, That comment hit me right In the feels *sheds one manly tear*
@Flameo Hotman, no he's dead and so is the guy he was driving with hate on me all you want but he not only took his life but some one else's now don't get me wrong it's very sad but I hate when people forget the other guy and try to justify it with some little quote
@Flameo Hotman, *cries in a corner*
@child lover, True
@Flameo Hotman, I don't think of him as a person being dead, it's more like, he's not using that body anymore. He's still here, with everyone, but in spirit.
Am I the only guy that didn't cry?
@A puertorrican guy, yes..yes you are
@A puertorrican guy, no. No you're not.
@A puertorrican guy, Well you're a liar then...
@A puertorrican guy, there's two kinda of people.
People who watched the fast and the furious movie and cried.
And f*cking liars
@A puertorrican guy, I didn't cry. I was raised to not cry.
@A puertorrican guy, I didn't
How would you be able to tell if Mr. Squarepants was crying? He's a sponge right? Wouldn't he just immediately absorb his own tears?
I may sound like a cold and heartless person here but... he was just an actor. If I just landed on this planet yesterday, I could have sworn he was the president of the world or some religious leader. More important people die culturally and historically die and don't get half of the attention that they deserve. It kills me when I see Paul Walker plastered over everything but not very few mentions of people such as Nelson Mendela.
Sorry, it's really been bugging me :/
@Buffalonian, To be fair, Nelson Mandela really didn't have that big of an effect on the U.S. He left a great impact on South Africa, and I'm sure that he was mourned more over there than over here.
@CriTiKa1, Nelson had a great impact on world history as a whole. Are you saying Ghandi didn't have a large impact on the US? How about Saddam Hussein? Or something as simple and basic as the Royal wedding and subsequent child? No. People just idolize with an actor who had zero impact on their lives.
@Buffalonian, Why the hell are your bringing Ghandi and Hussein into this? You mentioned Nelson Mandela, not Ghandi or Hussein, both of whom died a long time ago. Nelson Mandela had a huge impact on South Africa alone, by abolishing apartheid. He was a very important figure in South Africa, but no so much in the rest of the world. As for the royal wedding, that also doesn't affect the U.S. in the slightest, since it isn't part of the Commonwealth, meaning the that British royalty has no importance here. Actors can have huge impacts on people's lives. Ever hear of Robin Williams? He had a huge impact on many people through his acting.
@CriTiKa1, you said that Mandela had little to no impact on the US because he was in South Africa, yes? Hussein was in the Middle East and Ghandi was in Asia. Just because they aren't in the United States doesn't mean they don't have an impact. I could argue that men such as Ghandi and Mandela paved the way for others such as MLK. As for the wedding, the United States went into a frenzy. I'm talking about two different things here. What people perceive as important and what actually is important. What did Paul Walker do? He acted. Was he an upstanding member of society? Did he contribute anything besides his ability to act? No. Robin Williams? There is a large difference between he and Walker.
I'm on my 8th viewing. Still not stopped crying. Need to stop because I promised my crush I'd take her. Need to be a man
It's still a turd, just like all the other fast and furious movies.
Go right ahead!
Ha Paul walker is dead
Ahh this is one if those gotta punch a tree for manliness people. Just don't make eye contact or question their insecurities and you might get out without them making you watch transformers.
I work at a movie theatre as an usher. I've seen the ending atleast 67 times. Still gets to me.