Its been a good couple of months now since Nolans third and final Dark Knight movie hit cinemas, but people are still wrapped up in discussing it. Perhaps quite famously, Nolans take on the Dark Knights world has become something of a hotly contested topic and has split fans quite neatly down the middle. Ive been quite vocal in my criticism of Nolans take on the franchise, and Ive admittedly come under some pretty vicious fire for my opinions in the past, but still, I just cant bring myself to fully get behind this new franchise; TDKR in particular. Maybe Im too precious about Batman, and Ill be the first to admit it Ive been following the character most of my life, and hes acted as inspiration through some difficult times but Im also a student of film. Far from this perfect, definitive Batman story that many are insisting it is, in TDKR I didnt only see a weak Batman adaptation, but also an imperfect movie not terrible by any definition, but flawed in too many places for it to be considered anywhere near as good as some are angrily insisting it is. To a certain extent, the greatness of Nolans Bat-trilogy relied on how he ended it, and for me and many others, that was somewhat unsatisfactorily. I think Nolan could have, should have done things differently, especially in TDKR. Here are nine of those very things.