Corrected entry: When Batman is being chased by the police, an announcement is made on the police scanner "Subject moving west on I-17." Odd-numbered interstates run north-south in the US; even-numbered ones run east-west.
Correction: The numbering system you describe refers to the interstates predominant direction; however, many interstates curve and move different directions for long stretches. For example, I94 is an east-west highway (and is therefore given an even number), but part of it connects Chicago to Milwaukee. This stretch runs due north and south for about 75 miles. Sometimes police will describe the flow of traffic according to their actual direction instead of the name of the highway they're on. (This correction ignores the more obvious explanation: The Odd/Even system is not an absolute. In New Jersey, Route 3 runs east/west, as does southern New York's Rt.287 (which humorously connects directly to New Jersey's Rt.287 north/south- jwrosa).)
Corrected entry: Bruce knows that Rachel was going to Arkham before his party, but he could not know that she was in the basement with Crane.
Correction: He could know if he wiretapped the building. He was shown earlier in the movie to have wiretapped a conversation between Crane and Falcone.
Corrected entry: When Batman is chased by the cops while he is trying to save Rachel, he reaches the roof of a parking lot and stops. A cop orders him to switch off the engine of his vehicle and get out. Later when Batman is chased inside a tunnel, we see a cop asking on his radio what the Batmobile looks like. The Batmobile then zooms past him and he says "never mind". The only problem is that it's the same cop both times, so he knew full well what the Batmobile looks like when it stopped in front of him initially. Probably caused by the order of those sequences being switched in editing, but still a mistake.
Correction: It's not the same guy in both scenes. The cop on the roof is Ronan Leahy and the cop in the car asking for a description is Matt Miller.
Corrected entry: During the training exercise on the ice, just after Ducard says that the parents' deaths were Dr. Wayne's fault, Bruce gets up and launches after Ducard in anger. In the shot from the front, he doesn't wear any scarf. The next shot from his back reveals that he is wearing a red/gray scarf over his jacket.
Correction: Throughout the whole fight he's wearing the scarf and you can see it in several shots before this. However, he's vigorously moving and fighting, so in some shots his jacket moves enough to expose the scarf and others it covers it up.
Corrected entry: During the board meeting at Wayne Enterprises, before Bruce shows up, as Earle says, "I think after twenty years we can allow ourselves to ", he's walking towards his chair. As the shot ends, he's about two meters away from the chair, but in the next shot where he continues " stop thinking about what Thomas Wayne would have done", he's already reached the chair and sits down
Correction: He never sits down. This entry is just flat out wrong.
Corrected entry: When Bruce throws the gun into the sea, he's holding the gun in the first shot, but in the following wide shot, the hand that seemingly throws the weapon is empty, and Bruce is actually throwing nothing.
Correction: Happens too fast to discern one way or the other. Even with frame advance (a violation of the guidelines of the site), there are only three frames in which Bruce would still have gun in-hand. But even with the image paused, the hand is so blurred by motion, it's impossible to tell anything about it.
Corrected entry: When Bruce is talking to Rachel before the hearing, his face is seen from the side as he says, "How's your mum?" Neither his lips nor his jaws are moving at all.
Correction: His face is actually seen from over his shoulder, behind him -- meaning we don't see his lips at all in the shot. In any case, his jaw does move slightly during the line... it's just that his jaw movements are so slight when he speaks, it's hardly noticeable..
Corrected entry: When Batman drives off from Arkham Asylum, the Tumbler drives into and hits the police car twice, first in the quick close-up, and then again in the following wide shot of the street.
Correction: No. In the close-up, the tire hits the hood of the police car. Then a reaction shot of the cops inside. Finally the shot of the Tumbler *continuing* to climb the car (wheel up to the windshield and roof).
Corrected entry: When the Tumbler leaps toward the second rooftop, as the shot ends, the Tumbler is almost right on top of the first dormer. In the next shot of the Tumbler flying through the air, it is much farther away from the dormer, before it lands on the roof.
Correction: Like slo-motion or bullet-time, it's an editing choice of the action scene. First shot, Tumbler leaps and almost lands on the opposite roof. Second shot, closeup of Batman driving. Third shot, closer angle of the Tumbler finishing its leap. We are not meant to believe that the Tumbler is still falling during the intervening shot of Batman. It's all meant to convey different persectives of one concurrent action.
Correction: Only one shot has obvious tires marks visible on the road surface, and they are much narrower than the Tumbler's tires so that any other vehicle could have made them at any time.
Corrected entry: Scene - the monorail train crash; Batman escapes the monorail by throwing an explosive to the rear of the train; the explosion separates the first car from the rest of the train. As the locomotive pulls away from the rest of the cars Batman flies out the back. Seconds later when the train goes off the edge the locomotive is reconnected to the rest of the cars and there is no damage from the explosion. A previous corrector proposed that the trailing cars of the monorail still had forward momentum. True, but they were decelerating and could not possibly have caught up; Batman jammed the accelerator of the locomotive. The trailing cars could not have "caught up" while the locomotive was still accelerating and certainly could not have re-attached themselves after the explosion.
Correction: Incorrect. The fight between Batman and Al Ghul finishes in the second car of the train - we see them move through the connecting doorway during the fight. The front two cars are seperated from the remainder by the explosion - the brief external shot of the explosion clearly shows two cars ahead of the break point. The front two cars are all that you then see fall, move through the underground parking garage and eventually explode.
Corrected entry: When Batman is being chased by the cops in the Batmobile and the Batmobile crashes into the concrete wall, on the right side of your screen at the top you can see the cop car run into the wall. You can see that the wall is made out of a rubber substance.
Correction: No such scene exists. The Batmobile never hits a wall. It side-swipes a concrete column, and later bashes through a concrete bridge barrier, but in neither shot is a police car shown crashing near the top/right of the screen.
Corrected entry: When Bruce first meets Ducard, Ducard's left eye is blue and his right eye is brown. In other close up shots of Ducard, his eye colors have switched.
Correction: Both eyes are a deep blue as they belong to Liam Neeson. In some shots, one eye or the other is in shadow or otherwise poorly lit, as to make the blue less obvious. But no contacts were worn to fake two eye colors.
Corrected entry: At the very end of the film when Batman and Gordon discuss escalation, you can hear Batman say "Well, Sergeant?" but his lips aren't moving. It is a wide shot but you have to look close.
Correction: It's very easy to say "Well, Sergeant" without moving your lips at all, so it stands to reason that the subtle movements Batman does make can't be easily seen in a wide shot.
Corrected entry: In their final scene together, Batman says to Ra's, "I won't kill you, but I don't have to save you." Actually, by Batman's own moral code, he does - letting someone (even a villain) die by his own negligence when he could've otherwise saved him is tantamount to premeditated murder. This philosophy is further reinforced when Batman chooses to save the Joker (who is arguably even more dangerous than Ra's) from falling to his death near the end of "The Dark Knight." This also defies Batman's moral code as established in the comics, where he routinely saves his arch enemies from certain death (even though simply letting them die would probably serve the greater good). The aforementioned Jean-Paul Valley situation from the comics is beside the point.
Correction: As has been said many times in correction, based entirely on specific site policy as outlined in the submission guidelines, differences between a film and whatever source material it's taken from are NOT considered to be valid mistakes. Batman's moral code in the comics does not apply to the films.
Corrected entry: In the scene where Bruce and Alfred are driving the Rolls to the shareholder's meeting, the speedometer is obviously at zero and the tachometer is at idle, even though the car is supposed to be underway at about 40mph.
Correction: At no point during this scene are the speedometer and/or the tachometer visible.
Corrected entry: When he wakes up, Alfred gives Bruce a glass of vile-looking green liquid that he downs in three gulps. Look closely at the glass as he drinks - it's a movie prop glass with an inner wall used to make it look like a full glass when it's actually just empty space in the middle.
Correction: You can never see the middle of the glass, so it is impossible to tell that it is a "movie prop glass." Also, if it was a prop glass, none of the liquid inside could escape, it would just settle as he tilted it back to drink it. And yet it dissapears in time with his gulps. Finally, the practicality issue of actually having Christian Bale drink coloured water vs constructing a complex prop to simulate him drinking assures us that the liquid is actually being drunk. Hence, no mistake.
Corrected entry: Dr. Crane visits Falcone in prison and administers the drug to drive him insane. He then leaves and tells a prison official that Falcone must be moved to Arkham for further evaluation. Later that night, Batman fights Scarecrow/Dr. Crane and is poisoned; after Alfred rescues him he wakes up in Wayne Manor after "two days." Rachel comes to visit him, and as they are talking she receives a phone call. She becomes agitated and states that she has to leave, as Dr. Crane "had Falcone moved [to Arkham] on suicide watch." Why the urgency, if the move took place at least two days earlier?
Correction: The move may have taken place a day or so previously, but she's only just found out about it, hence her sudden urgency to confront Crane.
Corrected entry: The officer who has been promoted to Liuetenant at the end of the film was wearing silver bars on his uniform at the beginning of the movie, signifying the position of Liuetenant.
Correction: Without knowing just what the Gotham City police force uses for rank insignia there is no way of knowing whether this is a mistake or not. For example the US Navy uses a different insignia for than The Army or Marines.