Randall Park: 3 Must-Stream Movies to Watch

"WandaVision's" Randall Park celebrates his 47th birthday today, so we're choosing 3 of his best flicks that need to be streamed.

Jesse Conner

By Jesse Conner

Must-Stream Movies for Randall Park

© Netflix / Courtesy Everett Collection

This week we're dedicating our picks for must-stream movies to the man everyone fell in love with from "WandaVision." Our man even made a very popular guest appearance on hit show "The Office" back in the day. We're talking about FBI Agent Jimmy Woo. He's also known as handsome "Asian Jim." He's also known as actor Randall Park! Park is celebrating his 47th birthday today. Due to the occasion, we've picked out 3 of his highest rated films for your enjoyment.

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  • 1

    Straight Up

    Katie Findlay and James Sweeney in "Straight Up."

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    Our first pick is definitely more of a coming-of-age indie rom-com. Even with limited time on screen, Randall knocks it out of the park, as he always does. In the film, he plays the father of a son who's trying to figure out his sexuality. As a result, his son maneuvers through some challenging, uncharted waters. Park is there to try to help guide the way. In addition, since he's Park, he's able to throw in some less serious comments to keep the mood light.

    Now streaming on: Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, & VUDU

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    Straight Up

    Romantic Comedy

    February 28, 2020

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    Always Be My Maybe

    Ali Wong and Randall Park in "Always Be My Maybe."

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    This film is where we truly get to see Park do what he does best, which is awkwardly funny comedy. This rom com has Park reuniting with his high school sweetheart after being apart for years, only to find that just as he's ready to tell her how he feels, she's already found someone else. Ouch. As a result, things are about to get really awkward... so don't forget the popcorn.

    Now streaming on: Netflix

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    Always Be My Maybe

    PG-13

    Romantic Comedy

    May 31, 2019

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    Ant-Man and the Wasp

    Randall Park in "Ant-Man and the Wasp."

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    We saved the best for last. This film gives us our first introduction to FBI Agent Jimmy Woo. Of all our favorite MCU characters, this hero doesn't wear a cape, but he does have some amazing tricks up his sleeve. For example, after watching this flick and "WandaVision," you'll witness the greatest character arc involving some playing cards and close-up magic. As a result, fans fell in love with the character so much that Tik Tokers were begging for Woo to get his own Marvel series on Disney+. If that project gets greenlit, we're 100% here for it.

    Now streaming on: Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, iTunes, Google Play, YouTube, & VUDU

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    Ant-Man and the Wasp

    PG-13

    Action

    July 6, 2018

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Jesse Conner

Jesse is a writer and content manager for Noovie. When he's not working, he's on the beach playing volleyball.

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