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GREAT MOMENTS OF FILM SCORING #2 Cutthroat Island - John Debney

Another Debney score, and this time we’re in for a real treat: “Cutthroat Island” could very well be his Opus Magnum.

According to various critics, the film was a complete mess, a result of an unfinished script that has been constantly re-written, even during the time of shooting, and a troubled post-production. 272 more words

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GREAT MOMENTS OF FILM SCORING #1: The Passion of the Christ - John Debney

There are a lot of well-written scores for biblical movies (the best ones undoubtedly written by Miklos Rozsa – I mean, just think of Ben-Hur!) and John Debney’s wonderfully crafted “Passion of the Christ” definitely belongs on this list as well. 216 more words

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The Jungle Book (2016)

Now we must go back to the first tale.

— Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book

This is the story of Mowgli, the man-cub raised by wolves, and his adventures with Baloo the Bear and Bagheera the Black Panther, and Kaa the Python, and the…

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Movie Man Jackson Looks at: 2016 Music in Movies (Part 2)

Welcome back to another entry that deals with the music behind the feature films. If you missed Part 1, you can find that here. Part 2? 646 more words


An Amazing Playlist - Elephant Waterfall - The Jungle Book

I haven’t seen this, and probably won’t till Redbox…But some of the music is just wonderful. This one especially. Good to hear John Debney getting to show what he can really do…Listen for the Star Trek: Voyager theme in there :)


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