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: 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.
Corrected entry: When Bruce Wayne gets back to Gotham he meets up with Selina, who gets him into Bane's prison camp in Wayne Tower. There he meets up with Miranda Tate and Lucius Fox. Selina, as Catwoman, then helps Wayne and Fox escape - with Wayne telling Tate, "I'll be back for you. Wayne dons the bat suit and meets up with Gordon on the ice. The first question he asks Gordon is, "Where is Miranda Tate? You should know, you were just with her.
Corrected entry: Bane and Batman have a fistfight in the street, in broad daylight, in the middle of a massive war between police and mercenaries. Both sides have guns, yet not a single person thinks to shoot either of these high-profile target men, let alone each other, after the two crowds come together.
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: 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: 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.").
Corrected entry: While watching Bane in videos, Alfred points out he is in his "prime" and he certainly does look so, being stronger and faster than Bruce. Althought later is revealed he was already an adult in the pit, when Talia was just a child, which means he should be in his 40's at least which he certainly didn't look so.
Corrected entry: An atomic bomb blast with a blast radius of 6 miles should create an enormous tidal wave that could ultimately wipe out the city.
Corrected entry: If the flying-car was blown up in nuclear bomb, how did Lucius have it examined at the end of the movie when he found out auto pilot was fixed already?
Corrected entry: When Gordon rolls off into the sewer, one of Bane's henchman says that it is impossible to determine where he'll end up. Yet somehow, Blake, having no idea of what Gordon did in that sewer, goes to exactly the right sewer exit, at exactly the right time, when Gordon was already there, but hadn't yet died yet from hypothermia, and saves the guy. Lucky lucky.