I'll be honest I find NYSI's videos fairly lacking. I mean its not like they're bad its just I could see this sort of stuff as just a 1st year film student essay. He never really goes after anything new, or at least he never does it in ways that come across as such.
As of such they just appear like EFAP lite videos.
I've heard that Ridley Scott is actually a George Lucas style director, in that most of the time he just sits back looking at the monitor whilst the actors and crew do all their other stuff. Not a very hands on director like David Fincher or Spielberg appear to be from BTS footage.
The COM shot is multiple shots into one, when they pan across from the back of the car to the front showing the flaming vehicle, they quickly cut, then they cut again when Miriam gets shot, then a few more times as the window breaks and the police cars go by, then finally when Theo exits the car it goes into handheld. I might do a video analysing this some day :)