I'm probably the odd one here, but I thought it was an okay movie - enjoyable to watch but not particularly brilliant, with poor editing. I feel like Nolan made an epic movie and lots of bits and pieces got cut, affecting the flow of the continuity.
For example, a simple one-liner would've sufficed to explain where the HECK was that prison he was thrown into, and HOW they got there. And also, HOW he managed to travel from the godforsaken prison to Gotham, without it visually apparent that time had elapsed. Instead, it looked like the prison was like in the next town over and he hotfooted it back like a stroll in the park. At least a couple of scenes with him riding a camel/hitchhiking/calling a cab/hijacking a plane to explain how he made it back.
When the part where Gordon found the flare and lit it up and it revealed the Batman symbol on the building, we all started laughing because the idea of Batman sitting around painting the symbol with kerosene, laying the trail down to the ice, somehow managing to predict that 1) Gordon would be caught and 2) Gordon would be sent to the ice, was way too farfetched. I understand the concept of suspension of disbelief, but for a film that is supposed to be a grittier, more 'real' version of Batman, it became more like a cheap visual gimmick.
Apart from those plot holes it was a visual orgasm. Anne Hathaway is SO DAMN HOT in it, and her interpretation was lovely, and Joseph Gordon-Lewitt is too cute!