- Sudden realization followed by impulsive action.
- Background music that feeds the excitement and will later bring the scene back to you.
- Long distances and/or unexpected obstacles.
- Large crowds. Participation of the crowd or assistance of friends can help as well.
- A possibility that the quest might not succeed.
- Shock and surprise when the pursued spots the pursuer.
- Bold declaration of true feelings.
- That moment when you still don't know what will happen next.
- Joyous declaration of the same true feelings.
- Wrap it up, happy ending, roll credits.
Not every good Big Chase Scene needs each one of these elements, but if you've got a good number of them, you're good to go. Sometimes they really don't have a happy ending (missing that joyous return declaration), but as long as there is a tinge of remorse at what could have been it can work out as a memorable bittersweet ending.So what are examples of movies with well-executed Big Chase Scenes?