Paul Walker's best '90s movie: 'Varsity Blues' or 'She's All That'? | The Tylt
Paul Walker's best '90s movie: 'Varsity Blues' or 'She's All That'?
Below is the synopsis of "Varsity Blues," per IMDB.
A back-up quarterback is chosen to lead a Texas football team to victory after the star quarterback is injured.
Paul plays a star quarterback who has a football scholarship before getting injured in this teen dramedy. His character, dealing with the pressures of succeeding at football, is relatable to this day. The movie is regarded as a teen classic, but has the unique factor of crossing over into the comedy, drama, and sports movie genres. "Varsity Blues" made $54 million globally at the box office on a small budget.
Watch a clip below of Paul as Lance giving an inspiring halftime speech.
Below is the synopsis of "She's All That," per IMDB.
A high school jock makes a bet that he can turn an unattractive girl into the school's prom queen.
Paul was beloved as an actor, but he totally played a dick in this '90s teen classic. He bets his friend Zack (Freddie Prinze Jr.) to turn plain Laney (Rachael Leigh Cook) into a prom queen; Dean then ends up telling Laney about the bet so she would lose interest in Zack; and then Dean takes Laney to prom himself. What a dog, but Paul was convincing as Dean. And we all know "Deans." The movie grossed more than $103 million globally at the box office, which is a pretty deal for a small teen comedy.