@Paulie_D has it right; patents are for inventions. Section 101 of the patent code defines the patentable subject matter, and camera angles are not in there, nor shooting styles, editing styles, or any other styles.
I can imagine patenting software that does editing; e.g. if your software found the right place to edit footage from two camera angles during an action so that it looks smooth, then anyone who used that technique in other editing software might be infringing. However, it wouldn't be the movies themselves infringing, it would be the software companies who sold the editing software.
Copyright law could conceivably apply, but again, no: that covers the expression of an idea, not the method of expressing it. If they used the actual shots from another movie, that could be a copyright infringement.
As Fred Allen said, "Imitation is the sincerest form of television."