Corrected entry: During the chase after the stock exchange attack, Batman ends up flying the batwing out from an alleyway after being chased there by police. But it can't fly itself (part of the plot) and the attack took place during the day, meaning that even if Batman somehow planned for this, he must have just stuck the batwing in an alley for a fairly long period of time and somehow no-one stumbled across it, despite being in a busy part of the city.
Corrected entry: If the bomb was in a lead lined truck, therefore blocking the radiation from being detected, then the remote detonator would have been useless, as its radio signal would have been blocked by the lead.
Corrected entry: In the beginning of the movie when one of the mercenaries demonstrates how he will shoot a man out of a moving plane, he never pulls the trigger and there is no muzzle flash. Also, the sound of the gun going off is a second late.
Corrected entry: The city of Gotham is completely different to the one in Batman Begins - the overhead railway that featured so much at the end of Batman Begins has completely disappeared (while damaged, not so badly as to warrant ripping out the entire track) and Wayne Tower was the central hub of all the city's amenities, but just an ordinary office block in this film.
Corrected entry: During the last chase scene Miranda goes from riding to driving to riding and then back to driving before going over the edge.
Corrected entry: The first time Miranda Tate speaks to Bruce Wayne, at the charity ball, she speaks of her desire to "restore balance to the world"; which is a thinly-veiled reference to her secret allegiance to the League of Shadows and their signature phrase as repeatedly established in Batman Begins.
Corrected entry: In the opening sequence on the plane, when the first hooded man is taken to the open door and the CIA operative asks who paid him to grab Dr. Pavel, he fires his gun beside the man's head. The slide on the gun doesn't move and no cartridge comes out of the ejection port. Even with a blank both those things should happen. (00:02:35)
Corrected entry: If terrorists took over the stock market, wouldn't trading be suspended for the day? Why would they need to physically breach the trading floor to plug in to a secure network? If you could breach a secure network, wouldn't you want to keep that fact secret?
Corrected entry: There's no way Daggett's plan to make Bruce lose his fortune and get kicked out of his company would have worked, Bruce wasn't on the trading room floor, the fact that terrorists seized the Stock Exchange would have cancelled and voided any trading that day, plus the fact that the trade happened whilst under terrorism control would have made it more that obvious that Bruce did not make the trade. To make matters even worse almost every single character and the news media acts like Bruce intentionally committed a kamikaze trade whilst the floor was seized.
Corrected entry: The CIA agent (let's call him... Carcetti) tells the 3 prisoners that the flight plan he filed with the agency lists "only one of you", implying that he is going to kill the 2 prisoners who wouldn't talk. Carcetti then fake-shoots one of the prisoners to put some pressure on the others and - this is crucial - pulls him back into the plane (Bane realizes that). This now indicates that he lied about the number of prisoners he listed in the flight plan. The flight plan most likely contains all three prisoners. The CIA expects all three prisoners. Now here is the mistake: Bane convinces only ONE of his mates to stay on the plane to throw off an investigation, but as we now know, the CIA should have expected more and any irregularities should have set off some alarms. But later in the movie when the plane crash comes up, no irregularities are mentioned. The plane crash is regarded as an accident and the CIA took the bait that Dr. Pavel was killed in that accident. An alternative explanation that Carcetti may have listed no additional prisoners in the flight plan (and therefore would have lied to the CIA) doesn't add up either, because then the CIA would've wondered about that one additional crash victim that wasn't listed in the flight plan and might've investigated further (as they should have anyway, what with the "wings and aft section crashed in totally different places than the plane itself" and all that, but that's a different plot hole). (00:02:15 - 00:06:00)t-6
Corrected entry: Sorry to spoil all the fun of the nail-biting finish - but let us remember that the "bomb" was actually a decaying neutron reactor. There is no forecasting, months from the moment, exactly when it will decay enough to explode - that will rely on catalysts such as heat (Gotham's climate) and oscillation (how much it is shaken about when moved around). Also Neutron bombs are big on radiation and low on blast compared to traditional nukes so getting the bomb 6 miles off the beach before it blew (whichever way the wind was blowing) would leave much of the East Coast of America a no-go for decades.ComicBoy
Corrected entry: In the opening plane crash scene, as Bane is talking to the CIA guy, he says, "Dr. Pavel refused our offer in favor of yours. We had to find out what he told you." At the end of this line, if you listen carefully, you can hear Bane start to say something else, but gets cut off. (The original line in the script was "We had to find out what he told you about us.").Brad