Lies The Netflix Ted Bundy Movie Told You


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Published: 3 months ago
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?

3 months ago

Lady Heart You must be very young to have such an uptight and naive view about fiction and people.

2 weeks ago

yes it was a good enough movie, very enjoyable. It wasn't a dpcumentary!

2 weeks ago

Grung > No not worth it to me. I prefer less fiction and feel it is a rip off to mislead people about a true crime case.

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1 month ago

@nunya You're an idiot

1 month ago

@Martell Green If you're looking to movies to get your historical facts, then there is no hope for you.

1 month ago

I didn't like it. Sometimes it was so cheesy.

1 hour ago

lies that mcu told u about endgame....lol

1 day ago

This wasn’t a documentary....so ovcorse its not a accurate portrayal. It follows the guidelines of what really happened but as a *movie* it took its own direction

2 days ago

that is crazy that we are still fascinated by Bundy after all thoses years

3 days ago

I looked up the book “The Phantom Prince” and found out a paper copy is 300 dollars. Ugh I really wanted to read it too :(

4 days ago

There's online copies you can read. If you search up the phantom prince read online, there's a few PDFs of it : )

22 hours ago

Most movies are FOS🙄🚮✌🏼
Waste of time & money

5 days ago

This movie was not good.

5 days ago

It should have been a mini-series ala "American Crime Story."

5 days ago

I feel bad for Ted Bundy idk why

1 week ago

Ryan Gosling has such a similar face structure and smile, he should have played Ted.

1 week ago

i want a jeffrey dahmer movie. gimme.

also is it only on american netflix? cause it isnt on mine

1 week ago

Who cares🤷🏼‍♀️ It’s not a documentary it’s a film..👎🏻

1 week ago

This guy said the movie was a condensed version of events hahaha as opposed to what? Fucking numpty. Also your title is shit, it's a movie,ya can't say "lies it told" do you understand cinema? No?

1 week ago

Zac Efron is so fkn fine... ❤

1 week ago

I just wish they had made it longer, like a 8-part series or something, it would've been nice to go more indepth.

2 weeks ago

The film is BS

2 weeks ago

Its on NowTv uk,, not Netflix

2 weeks ago

I was shocked that they made Kloepfer and Bundy's relationship seem so smooth especially since I'd read about how there were definite rifts. I REALLY glad you covered this!

2 weeks ago

“FaMoUs ReLaTiVe ChEcK 🥴”

2 weeks ago

Honestly, shockingly wicked read more like Hollywood feminist propaganda than a true recalling of the history of what Bundy was and did.

2 weeks ago

The movie was better than I expected. Efron does a good job hiding the evil Bundy, he never looks threatening at all. A bit like the real Bundy I suppose. The only thing giving Bundy away is his eyes....some pictures and footage give us a glimpse into his real nature and its chilling.

2 weeks ago

wo cares ? what's really annoying is that America can't just let it go...fuck ted bundy, that shit happened in the 70's for fuck sake
if American are not getting scared on a regular basis, they won't fucking be happy at all

2 weeks ago

Why is Ted Bundy mostly smiling all the times when he's getting arrested?

2 weeks ago

@Amanda Spring Thanks!

1 week ago

That's how psychopaths work

1 week ago

Ppl always hype up how “attractive” Bundy was, but he’s kinda ugly. I dunno if ppl in the 80’s had lower standards, but he was so basic looking

3 weeks ago

I really liked this movie. It wasn't a documentary it was just a movie based on true events. So of course it's not what really happened and I wouldn't call it 'lies'. The movie really made Ted seem like a charming and loving guy until the end when they showed he had actually done it. I feel like it showed how people thought about him. That he was a charming and innocent man. If they'd actually showed the abuse to his girlfriend, you wouldn't have liked him during the movie.

3 weeks ago

My mom’s name is Kimberly Dianne...

3 weeks ago

Man I have a dog that hates me, makes me a killer? Since "animals know" also have dogs that love me. I thought that was retarded in the movie.

3 weeks ago

Reeeeeeeeeee

3 weeks ago

Loved the dog scene. Dogs KNOW man, they sense & see things we can't. I'd trust my dog first. Shit.

3 weeks ago