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Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5

17 Ratings

17 Ratings

LOVE THE LUMINEERS

Hannahanahabagabav

the lumineers never stop impressing. feeling so spoiled with an album and two songs affiliated with movies in ONE year!!❤️❤️

Great music and movie

Jolovesgum

I like soundtrack and movie at the same time. I saw the movie last night at the ft. Meade army theatre and it was an outstanding movie. My family loved it!

10/10 Movie Loved IT Cried

Calvin4815

OMG I LOVE STORKS SO MUCH!!! One cold night, three friends (plus Jordan) ventured out to a movie theater. We were going to see the most demanded movie of the year, Storks™. Most of us wanted to see it but Ellie sort of did not. When we entered the theatre, Jordan's mom dropped us off. First we went straight to get out tickets and then calvin fell. But that was only for comedic effect (said calvin). Next we went to get our food. Ellie and jordan got Mozzerella sticks and Jordan got popcorn. Calvin and Bobthegorillaco (aka Julian) got pizza with perrperoni. Once the time was time, we fearlessly walked (and calvin fell for comedic effect again) to the entreence of the movie. IT was a long walk (jk). I cant really describe to movie because it's copyrighted but it was the most magical moment in my life. Then when the family was reunited by corner store.com (#SELLOUT) There was a tear. One that got caught by the mighty eyes of Julian (bobthegorillaco #sellout) then he told jordan that CAlvin feared!!! THEN WE MADE A MEME OUT IT!!!!!! GG BEST MOVIE OF THE YEAR!!!! WATCH STORKS EVEN THOUGH WHAT OTHER PEOPLE SAY!!!!!!!

About Mychael Danna

Composer/keyboardist Mychael Danna released a handful of ambient neo-classical albums early in his career, including 1991's Sirens, while embarking on what would become a long, award-winning career in film and TV scoring. His varied, mostly orchestral work in the medium spans animated family films (Disney Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur), award-winning dramas (Moneyball), indie comedies (Little Miss Sunshine), and long-running partnerships with directors Ang Lee and Atom Egoyan. Also an Emmy and Golden Globe winner, Danna won an Academy Award in 2013 for his score to Ang Lee’s Life of Pi.

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Danna showed musical talent early in life. Singing and piano lessons defined his childhood and early adolescence, but a hand injury at age 14 ended his piano career. As a result, he switched to synthesizer and concentrated on his composing skills. After earning a degree in composition from the University of Toronto and winning the prestigious Glenn Gould Composition Award his final year there, he provided the score for Canadian director Atom Egoyan’s 1987 film Family Viewing. It was followed by a quick succession of mostly low-budget crime and horror films, as well as Egoyan’s Speaking Parts in 1989.

In the meantime, Danna spent time as composer-in-residence for the McLaughlin Planetarium in Toronto. His albums for their programs included 1988's Planets, Stars and Galaxies and Mars: The Journey Begins. He followed those with his own new age compositions: Sirens, released by Hearts of Space in 1991, and Skys, which arrived a year later on the same label. The '90s also saw him score films such as 1996's A Celtic Tale: The Legend of Deirdre, with his younger brother Jeff Danna, Egoyan's Exotica (1994) and The Sweet Hereafter (1997), and Ang Lee's The Ice Storm (1997) and Ride with the Devil (1999).

The new millennium brought a busy schedule of composing for multiple films each year over the next decade. Highlights include Capote, starring Philip Seymour Hoffman (2005), Best Picture Oscar nominee Little Miss Sunshine (2006), the Jeff Danna collaborations Fracture (2007) and The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (2009), and Egoyan films not limited to Where the Truth Lies (2005) and Chloe (2009).

In the early 2010s, he scored Best Picture nominee Moneyball (2011) and was nominated alongside his brother for an Emmy for their theme to TV's Camelot (2011). Mychael Danna took home the Emmy in 2013 for the miniseries World Without End. That same year, he won both a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for his score to Ang Lee's Life of Pi (2012).

Danna's subsequent work included the Disney Pixar feature The Good Dinosaur (2015), which he wrote with Jeff Danna. They also collaborated on the 2016 animated film Storks. Danna's score for the The Man Who Invented Christmas, about Charles Dickens writing A Christmas Carol, followed in time for holidays in 2017. ~ Marcy Donelson & Heather Phares

  • ORIGIN
    Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
  • GENRE
    Soundtrack
  • BORN
    September 20, 1958

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