Watched Cleanskin, last night. It's a 2012 British movie about the effort to root out homegrown Islamic terrorists.
It offered a rare semi-sympathetic glimpse into the mind of a Muslim terrorist, and showed what a chess game intelligence is. The plot had some nice twists, and the ending was unexpected.
Sean Bean stars as the British soldier recruited to stop the terrorists; his portrayal was grittily realistic. His character was a stoic man of action, not the usual Dorothy Parker-with-a-gun type Hollywood generally favors.
If you like realism, and don't mind violence, you'll enjoy it.