I've been a long time fan of Marc Mancina. His amazing and high energy score from Bad Boys and his sweeping score for Twister. Since imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, his great riffs for Money Train were apparently borrowed by Hans Zimmer for "The Rock" score. But the SHOOTER score could have been written by at least half a dozen other lesser composers. It's very atmospheric, but missing the signature (and memorable) themes of a typical Mancina Score. Apparently it's Mancina on autopilot, and I found this a bit disappointing. I listened to the score three times and a few hours later, I couldn't remember any particular themes. Some good solid atmospheric elements, but not a slam bang score in my book.