Looking for something to watch on Father’s Day? We mix things up a bit with three great movies with soundtracks released by Lakeshore Records: Get The Gringo (watch it on Netflix), Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D (watch it on Netflix) and World’s Greatest Dad (watch it on Netflix). Get The Gringo is scored by Antonio Pinto (Lord of War, Perfect Stranger, Snitch, The Odyssey), Spy Kids is scored by Carl Thiel (Kill Bill: Vol. 2 and Grindhouse: Planet Terror) and Director Robert Rodriguez (Machete Kills, Sin City), and World’s Greatest Dad features music by Bruce Hornsby, Peggy Lee, The Deadly Syndrome, Akron/Family, Inara George and Brenden Benson.
In Get The Gringo, A young boy (Kevin Hernandez) teaches a career criminal (Mel Gibson) how to survive inside a notorious Mexican prison. Jessica Alba (The Love Guru, Sin City), Jeremy Piven and Joel McHale (NBC’s Community, Spider-Man 2) head up Spy Kids, an adventure the whole family can enjoy. World’s Greatest Dad is a dark comedy which stars Robin Williams (Night At The Museum, August Rush) as a father who covers up his surly son’s embarrassing death, played by Daryl Sabara (John Carter, Machete).
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Get The Gringo (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): iTunes | Buy CD
Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D: iTunes | Buy CD
World’s Greatest Dad (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack): iTunes | Buy CD
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When Hollywood came calling for a film composer to score an epic surrounding a disaster of biblical proportions, they looked to Clint Mansell to provide the aural backdrop to Noah, a film directed by Darren Aronofsky. Mansell is no stranger to working on films headlined by big stars: he scored these Lakeshore Records soundtracks: Faster (starring Dwayne Johnson and Billy Bob Thornton) and Smokin’ Aces (starring Ray Liotta and Jeremy Piven). If you like Mansell’s masterful music from Noah, we think you’ll love his work in Faster and Smokin’ Aces.
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Watch The FASTER Soundtrack Preview (with a score by Clint Mansell):
Go to our Composer Interviews page for more on Lakeshore Records composers.