Plot Holes From Nolan's 'Batman' Trilogy Fans Couldn't Help But Notice

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Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Trilogy reinvented Batman on the big screen, creating a darker, grittier Gotham than audiences had ever seen before. The expanded world took Bruce Wayne all over the globe, and the master plans of his villainous foes grew more complex and intricate with each film. However, Nolan's deep Batman mythology opened itself up to some plot holes, and fans of the Caped Crusader were quick to point them out. To many, it's flummoxing how the Joker was able to terrorize Bruce Wayne's high-class party in The Dark Knight without it making the news. Other theorists will point out that Bane's CIA airplane takeover in the opening of The Dark Knight Rises is both flawed and uneccesary. In a more generalized theory, many fans simply ask, "With all the problems in his office, how does Commissioner Gordon keep his job?!"

If you're a fan of Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Trilogy, check out this list of puzzling plot holes that have left Batman fans scratching their heads.