Born to Fight
When a remote Thai village is overrun by terrorists armed with a nuclear missile, an elite undercover operative leads the most unique fighting force ever assembled in a heroic bid to save their nation.
This movie has an opening 15 minute sequence that is better than most entire movies (in terms of death defying stunts and action) and then enters sort of Rambo 4 territory but with some athletic and football humour sprinkled amongst the surprising amount of dead bodies. It lacks a really charismatic or overly impressive martial arts proficient lead actor but it is more than made up for by the just high level of lunatic stunts, explosions and gunfire.
Some of the best stuntwork I've ever seen in a movie, plus a little of that "long take" action choreography that seems to be a fixture of Thai action movies. There are a few touches I didn't like, like the weird patriotic angle, an unnecessary plotline involving a nuclear missile (!), and multiple bad guys getting taken out with soccer balls, but overall a really fun, good movie.
This review reportedly contains spoilers. I can handle the truth.