Thought it was an excellent movie, very fitting finish to the trilogy. There where a few issues that bothered me, mostly related to the pacing of the move. When he climbs out of the well for example, no money, no phone, no nothing. Looks to be clearly in another country, Gotham is under military lockdown, yet a couple of scenes later he strolls up behind Catwoman in his own clothes. How the hell!?
The scene with the ice as well, why can Batman just stroll over the ice willy-nilly? I thought Bane was taken out a little to suddendly and unceremoniously, I'd have liked to have seen Bane go down with a bit more drama. I know Batman wouldn't have killed him, although i'd could have worked if he did in the way that he intends to stop being Batman by the end.
The exposition annoyed me when Catwoman is asking that guy for the clean slate and he goes, "You want the clean slate? The program that, when used, will wipe your slate clean? Erase all trace or your criminal record? Effectively giving you a clean slate to start over again?" The Nolan's are much better writers than that! I can figure out what 'clean slate' means, you don't have to spell it out so blatantly!
They're really just small things though, when you go in expecting so much I think your prone to being more aware of smaller issues. The film was just awesome, some of the dialogue was great, "You merely adopted the darkness, I was born in it". It was a very frustrating place to leave it, and leaves it very easily open for a sequel. Robin becomes Gotham's protector, get's in way over his head, Batman returns to help him out. I'm not sure I'd really want another movie in Nolans universe now, I mean of course I would, but for fear of ruining such a fantastic trilogy, I kinda wouldn't. I just hope the studio can't carry on without Nolan, it'd be so easy to carry on from where it left off (Having said that Robin certainly wouldn't have Waynes money so perhaps not?). Whilst the studio have the rights and not Nolan, I wouldn't be suprised if he'd worked out something in his contract with them that they couldnt carry on his story. Who knows?