I saw this a while ago, and as intelligent and informed as the maker of this video is, I would hope he wouldn't be as stupid as he frequently makes himself sound. Regarding the placement of Harvey and the SWAT officer in the vehicle, I had no problem whatsoever- even in the provided clips with narration, to discern which end either of them were on in the scenes, nor did I find any visual in-continuity in that placement and their reactions to the violence around them. Many of these complaints, for all we know, were stylistic flourishes to create further tension and confusion in the action sequences, we are disoriented because the characters are, and it's a tool many filmmakers use to varying level of success.
Yeah, there's a few shots where things aren't where they shouldn't be, and other shots that don't line up as well as they probably should, but much of it was probably the logistics in performing safe action sequences with a high chance of things going smoothly (i.e. having the tumbler jump with the SWAT vehicle right next to it could make things really difficult really fast in such a big stunt, but that's just a thought I obviously have know way of knowing), and regardless, they didn't hinder my viewing experience in the slightest, nor will they. They seem to be film-geek nitpicks we don't even know are stylistic intention or not, and most of his complaints I'm certain are things many action films deal with- at least ones that shoot practically.
Despite being overcut and yes, somewhat hampering the wonderful cinematography of Wally, It remains my favorite chase scene in a film, ever.