A 666-Character Review of ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, and Vile’

While you might be expecting a thriller surrounding the many despicable crimes of Ted Bundy, what you are actually getting is an American Crime Story-esque retelling of his capture, imprisonment, and conviction from the perspective of his longtime girlfriend, Elizabeth Kleopfer. The story starts out shaky as it tries to orient the viewer’s timeline but eventually I found myself enthralled in the story despite its long runtime. The cast does a good job of depicting Ted Bundy as well as the people who adored him and the people who despised him. Don’t expect a thriller, but if you were fascinated by his crime spree, you’ll still find this biopic a worthy watch.

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Lona Zhao

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