Foot Chase from Chain of Fools
For something a bit different, here's the master of subtle emotion in an action scene. Mikey (Elijah's 17-year-old hitman character) is confronted in a hospital room by a more seasoned hitman who decides to eliminate the competition--by shooting him. First Mikey uses a bedpan to throw the older guy off his balance for a few seconds (see left frame of this page), then takes off down the hospital hallway. The other hitman shows up in frame #4, coming out of the room on the left.
According to frame-by-frame analysis, there's only one brief camera shot (of several frames) that might not be Elijah--that is, that might be a stuntman. That shot involves the approach to the gurney and the actual "launch" into the jump, and the only frame from it used here is #13. By the time Mikey's in the air in #14, there's been a cut and a camera shift and it has to be Elijah. Not bad, eh?
(BTW, I'm not even going to try to explain why two hitmen end up in the same hospital room. Trying to explain exactly why anything happens in this movie is, well, kind of beside the point...)
(Then, of course, he escapes through the door.)