I've seen this a number of times now, and it just gets better with every viewing. I've picked up on so many different things in the film, even after coming out of the theater for a fourth time. It also amazes me how many people just didn't "get it". Christopher Nolan has always done an amazing job of creating movies that can tailor for the mainstream and the arthouse audience, but the only problem (or benefit) with that is you get a lot of people who can understand the plot but not necessarily the story, and the amount of people who have confused plot details of the TDKR is astounding. Like, there's so many people bringing up elements of the story as "plot-holes" that aren't even true and can be easily dismissed after paying attention to the film, that it's cringe-worthy. It's not anybody's fault because Nolan's films do tend to take a couple of viewings to even begin to absorb everything, but it's almost laughable when people criticize it after one viewing, and doing so by using completely wrong facts. I'm a huge Batman fan and it's only now I've felt the need to post in here because I feel I've seen the film enough times to almost completely understand and absorb it. I recommend everyone see this film at least 2-3 times before forming a conclusive opinion on it.