It is also I guess fairly debatable what is a scene and a moment, which the narrator to be fair freely admits. He cites the No Country gas station scene which is right on the cusp of a scene and a moment (I would call it a scene but there’s a case either way), and also the twin scene in The Shining which to me is clearly much more of a “moment.”
He does make interesting points about the fact that the characters don’t seem to live in their worlds. I would expand on that and say that a flaw with the DC films is that it seems like everyone lives in the world but their main characters, and a flaw with the Marvel films is that it seems like the main characters live in the world but nobody else does. Achieving both of those things is a bit difficult, and in terms of superhero films it was done best by Richard Donner and Sam Raimi.