Fair points made stikks, esp in the second paragraph. I can't dispute what you say but found it entertaining all the same. I suppose with so many people saying it was crap and that I'd be disappointed, my expectations were adjusted not to hope for The Most Perfect Bat Movie Ever.
Could it be that we tend to ask or expect more from Nolan than other comic book film directors? I mean AA and Amazing Spider-Man both had more holes than Swiss cheese and more CGI than you could stuff onto a cloaked aircraft carrier but we don't tend to call those out on not being realistic and logical enough.