Re: Batman Begins v.s The Dark Knight Rises
Talia's plan was pretty straightforward:accomplishing her father's goal for Gotham at any cost. Even facing death at the hands of the US Army (Likely detonating the bomb in the process) or escaping before the bomb went off. Bane's the reason Talia was able to put her plan into motion. First, he saved her life in the Pit. Then, later, he got her out of Crane's clutches. Granted, you could call that part of her plan reckless. Being caught and taken to a courtroom with the honorable judge Crane presiding. If Bane thought she was a liability, he could've kept silent and let her attempt the ice.
"I am for no master nor moral persuasion. I am for myself. What your yearning soul, madam, might mistake for loyalty to person or Purpose is merely a firm and, aye, principled determination to accept responsibility only for myself and my own actions." - Elric of Melnibone, The Revenge of the Rose (Elric: Swords and Roses).