Terminator 2: Judgment Day
So do you know how they created the illusion of two identical security guards? They hired identical twins. Maybe it's me, but I don't think that qualifies as a "special visual effect". Cameron did that in Titanic, too. To create the illusion of an enormous ship sinking, he built an enormous ship and then sunk it. The man's a genius.
So now the portly security guard is, in reality, the Evil Terminator, and there is suspense because Sarah's desperately trying to pick the lock of her cell with only two halves of paperclip. The face-licking orderly, on his rounds, discovers a broken mop seconds before Sarah shows up with the other half with which to pummel him. It's none of my business, but she should focus less on the revenge-pummeling and more on the generally-escaping.
She logically stashes the orderly's body in her cell and grabs his key ring. Running down the hallway, she generates another annoying foley-related mistake. Someone felt it necessary to bring to my attention the fact that she's running in bare feet, but the sounds are those of someone in shoes. Great. Like I need that.
The T-1000 has tired, somewhere along the way, of being a portly security guard when it could be sleek and creepy Officer Robert.
Sarah comes upon an orderly and Dr. Condescending. She quickly and efficiently beats them into submission (claiming, along the way, that there are 215 bones in the human body), and then fills a syringe with drain cleaner.
Outside the hospital, John and Arnold pull up. Arnold reluctantly promises not to kill anyone, so he shoots the first security guard he sees in both legs. "He'll live," he says. Oh, the hilarity.
Sarah successfully hostages her way through a couple of doors, but makes the cardinal mistake of walking backwards through a corridor. Hero Orderly jumps out, grabs the syringe, and gets knocked down for his trouble. She takes off down the hall while some jerk starts the Escaped Patient Alarm. My day was going fine without an Escaped Patient Alarm, you know. At no point was I thinking "You know what would go great right about now? WHOOP WHOOP WHOOP WHOOP WHOOP! That's what I need!"