Terminator 2: Judgment Day
I can't tell for sure, but it sounds like bare feet to me when she runs. But who am I to doubt the word of anonymous mistake-finders on the internet? Sarah gets two doors ahead of the posse, then breaks a key off in a lock. She thinks she's safe when an elevator opens, but it's Arnold! Unlike the rest of us, Sarah didn't see the movie when it came out ten years ago, or she'd realize that Arnold's the good guy. Instead, she freaks out in a way entirely appropriate for someone in a mental institution. Hero orderly makes a diving tackle when she turns to run, but Arnold disposes of the posse. John tries to convince Sarah that he's here to help. Arnold says "Come with me if you want to live," which is just one of the lines in the commercials that ruined the whole effect of thinking that Arnold was the bad guy.
Anyway, this is getting slow, so Officer Robert oozes through some bars, chases the Family Connor (plus Arnold) into an elevator, and then turns his hands into a cool elevator-door prying-apart device. Unfortunately for him, Arnold turns his shotgun into an Officer-Robert head-popping device. Robert reforms his head, rips open the doors, and chases the elevator down the shaft. Arnold fires several shotgun blasts in the general direction of "up" while a big blade pokes randomly down from the ceiling. Sarah borrows Arnold's pistol and joins in, while John provides reloads. It's nice to see a family enjoying an activity together.
Making it to the parking lot, the Good Guys hijack a police car and peel out, while Officer Robert chases them. That's really a good-looking run he's got. He should be on Baywatch. Arnold drives the police car backward while he and Sarah fire guns at Officer Robert. John, in the back seat, reloads and gives helpful information like "last one". I'm actually quite impressed by how efficient he is at it. He must have learned a lot from all those ex-military guys his mother...um, never mind. Ew.
Out in the parking lot, Arnold gets the police car turned around, and they make it to the open road. Unfortunately for them, Officer Robert has turned his hands into clampy things and has latched onto the back bumper. Arnold tells Sarah to drive and leans out the window to blow Officer Robert away with his shotgun. That's "away" as in "off the car", not "away" as in "dead". It's far too early in the movie for that.
Having escaped the evil robot for the moment, Sarah takes a moment to hug her son. Then she rips into him for being so stupid as to try to rescue her. Parents, right?