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Review: The Jungle Book (John Debney)


John Debney is not exactly the most prolific film composer, so when on occasion he does accept opportunities like The Jungle Book that offer such a wide canvas on which to musically paint, the excitement among his fans is palpable.  904 more words

4 Stars - Excellent

‘The Jungle Book’ Review: Kipling’s Wow Glee

I’ve had a problem with 3-D ever since college. In the first year of my graduation class, I had to create on a sparkling white paper, the English language alphabetic letters in 3-D format using a drafter. 1,659 more words


Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

Rudyard Kipling’s 1894 collection of short stories, The Jungle Book, has been a source of inspiration for filmmakers for decades. A series of stories about the adventures of the man-cub Mowgli, who is raised by wolves in the jungle after being orphaned as a baby, the book chronicles his encounters with the good-natured bear Baloo, the wise panther Bagheera, the seductive and untrustworthy snake Kaa, a gang of monkeys who try to kidnap him, and the menacing tiger Shere Khan, while he learns important lessons about life and man’s relationship with nature. 1,825 more words


"The Jungle Book" is a Stunning Achievement

The last animated feature overseen by Walt Disney, the 1967 The Jungle Book is dearly loved by generations, primarily for its infectious music and standout characters.   1,060 more words


'Jungle Book' Marks a Return to Disney for Composer John Debney

For composer John Debney, scoring Disney’s upcoming “Jungle Book” remake felt like coming home.

That’s because Debney, who has worked on approximately 100 films, earning an Oscar nom for “The Passion of the Christ” and creating music for box office hits like “Iron Man 2” and “The Princess Diaries,” practically grew up on the Disney backlot. 518 more words


The Young Messiah (John Debney)


John Debney, 2016, Lakeshore Records
26 tracks, 69:42

John Debney has several outstanding religious scores to his name. The Oscar-nominated “Passion of the Christ” for starters. 995 more words