Lies The Netflix Ted Bundy Movie Told You


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Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile, the new Netflix movie about serial killer Ted Bundy, is pretty upsetting. It explores how Bundy fooled many of the people around him with his charm and good looks, until all of his evildoing caught up with him. But here are some things the Ted Bundy movie gets wrong.

A lot of what you see in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile is a condensed version of real-life events. The fictionalized version of Bundy's capture and trial isn't all that far off from the truth — which makes sense, considering director Joe Berlinger was already extremely familiar with all the gory details. It's actually his second Ted Bundy film: He also directed Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, a Netflix documentary based on actual recordings of Bundy's confessions.

Since life doesn't move along at a brisk and tidy pace, any film based on a true story inevitably combines, embellishes, or pares down real events.

For example: In Extremely Wicked, Bundy is arrested for the first time after a bag of suspicious evidence is found in the backseat of his car. His arrest is immediately followed by an interrogation, and then a scene in which Carol DaRonch picks him out of a police lineup. It feels like the whole process lasts for only a few days.

But in actuality, charging Bundy was a much longer process. He was indeed pulled over in August 1975 when officers found handcuffs and other suspicious objects in his car. But they actually let him go because they didn't have enough evidence to hold him. It wasn't until Bundy sold his car the following month that police got what they needed to charge him with a crime. Authorities seized the car from the buyer and found strands of hair that linked him to some of the missing women they were investigating. DaRonch didn't actually pick him out of a lineup until October 1975.

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A condensed timeline | 0:16
There were actually three trials | 1:53
Let's talk about Carole Ann | 3:02
The word on the glass | 3:45
The dog adoption scene | 4:46
Jerry wasn't a real person | 5:26
Liz never mentioned 'Papillon' | 6:23
Judge Edward D. Cowart | 6:56
Bundy: Not a good boyfriend | 8:08
Liz and the police sketch | 9:37
The bite mark evidence | 10:37


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Netflix's Ted Bundy movie definitely exaggerated some things. Do you think those embellishments were worth it to make it a more interesting movie?

1 week ago

I can see what they were going for here, and our couldve still been a kick ass movie except for two things. 1. They didn't focus on all the little nuances that actually convinced her he was guilty. In the movie everything around her just kinda fell into place over time and she had to accept the truth. In real life she did some snooping and evidence gathering. She actually looked for ways to verify his guilt. She wasn't in denial the whole time. For a short while, yeah. 2. Efron was as good a match physically to play Ted as anyone so far. He's also regarded as a "nice guy" type which should've been perfect for this film in particular. But he didn't move like Bundy or sound like him. They need to cast a chameleon actor who can immerse himself in character study and traits when making a movie about a real person. This felt like Zac Efron playing himself dressed as Ted Bundy.

7 hours ago

Papillon was Bundy's fav book. He speaks of it a number of times in letters to Ann Rule. She prints the letters in "The Stranger Beside Me", which Berlinger admittedly read. It was Rule's dog that hated Bundy as well, and eventually gave way to the scene at the dog shelter. May want to amend the parts about these things having no basis in fact. Great vid tho.

7 hours ago

The movie should have depicted what the documentary could not do.
It should have shown what is crucial to the case and that's the brutal murders. As this is what sets things apart from any other thriller/ trial movie.

1 day ago

The biggest lie was telling you that Zack Efron looks anything like Ted Bundy.

1 day ago

Why you think movies have to be real, they are movies, entertainment, fucking retarded fuck

1 day ago

Sheldon Cooper as prosecutor?
That was never going to end well.

56 minutes ago

Ted Bundy wasn’t hot. 😅 There I said it.

2 hours ago

I don't care about this wannabe. Get out of my recommendations

3 hours ago

Oh no! The title of this video slightly over exaggerated the topic, like 90% of the videos on YouTube! I'm a n g r y

4 hours ago

This is the problem with the movie: they made the moral "u can never tell if someone close to u is evil", but that's a terrible moral. What r u gonna do with that, just not trust anyone?

Instead the moral should have been "you CAN tell if you don't shrug off all the red flags along the way- bc there are many". That was the real life moral, and they could have made the movie like that too if they didn't romanticize him so much.

4 hours ago

I don't understand the point of your video. You point out what everybody already knows and admit it yourself; all 'true story' adaptations are embellished. Your title makes it sound as if you discovered something outrageously incorrect. You didn't.

5 hours ago

Glad this POS is dead.

5 hours ago

at least it didn't make him "look good". Its never gonna be 100% correct...................

5 hours ago

Why does everyone on YouTube sound the same lmao

5 hours ago

This movie was based on the book written by his fiance. It is the story from her perspective and none of the private events can be confirmed. She was just cashing in on her association with Bundy, not trying to make a documentary or enlighten anyone.

6 hours ago

They Lied When They Tried To Make Him Look 1/2 As Handsome As Zac

6 hours ago

So much respect for Zac for his amazing acting. I can finally look at him as someone other than a high school musical star 😂

6 hours ago

It's not that big of a deal that they exaggerated some details nearly all movies based on a true story do it to make it more interesting. Texas chainsaw says it's based on a true story but the guy never existed but they based the character off of was Ed gein, and brave Hart is filled with lies even some of the main plot points. If a movie says it's based on a true story it does not mean everything in it is true just that the main plot is based on true events

6 hours ago

This movie was amazing. I want more! Haha

7 hours ago

I feel as though my brains cells have tremendously been reduced watching YouTube for the past 2 weeks

7 hours ago

Maybe it's different in U. S. A but in UK, this is not a Netflix movie. Its a Sky satellite movie. Also, of coutse there is made up stuff. Its a movie.

7 hours ago

I feel like if youre gonna come out and say youre making an reenactment of a serial killers actions, you stick to that. Because if thats what people go to the movies to see, but instead they get a horror movie, people are gonna hate it. If youre gonna make it a horror movie, stick to that and say its gonna be a horror movie. Dumb shit like the dog growling at Bundy, is whats gonna piss people off because it kills the expierence of being put up front as an audience of what happened. Of course theyre not gonna know exactly what happened but be realistic. It happens all the time with movies that were based on true stories, i get it. But when it comes to true crime based movies, it's taken to the extreme to the point where majority of people are disappointed in the movie and its just a big let down. Idk it's just a pet peeve of mine. The dog scene was just too far and cringy for me.

8 hours ago

And then that little high school musical shit sits on talk shows and tries to sell us they just tried to be authentic and show other sides to the story when it's just the same recycled BS with him in the lead instead, making money off of peoples suffering and serial killer glorification🖕

8 hours ago

the biggest lie is that's it's not on netflix till the fall i can get it on sky for extra in the uk two weeks ago?? i've watched it if people are expecting violence there is virtually none.

8 hours ago

Really good movie

8 hours ago

The creepy thing about ted bundy is that when he was being interviewed he always told the truth but would say "anyone can do it (pause)..including you" that "including you" came in different times and the way he would bring it up. He also raped and murdered a little girl so I don't get why they made a movie about him. He was a monster and never accepted God at all. Good riddance to him and that's one of the reasons I will never watch the movie.

9 hours ago

It's a movie less than two hours long. This damn thing took 11 years. You want more accuracy? Watch the Ted Bundy Tapes.

9 hours ago

A lot of extras for the shock value very common with movies that are based on true events nevertheless he was pretty hardcore even without the extra bullshit added on to his already pile of murderous bullshit he already did . In real life he left one of his victims with a bedpost rammed up her vagina so they could have still made a pretty epic movie without The extras.

10 hours ago

Did we need a "clue" from a dog to tell us that America's most notorious serial killer was a bad guy?

10 hours ago

I don’t understand why females ever thought that the real ted bundy was good looking like at all the guy was ugly as hell

10 hours ago

It makes me sick they would even make a movie of someone so evil, giving him the attention

11 hours ago

this movie wasnt very good

11 hours ago

I was pleasantly surprised because I’m not the biggest fan of Zac Effron but I actually think he did a great job in this role

11 hours ago

Video:his charming good looks
Me:bitch where??????

11 hours ago