Based on the memoir of Ted Bundy’s girlfriend Elizabeth Kendall, Netflix’s biographical crime thriller “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” brings Bundy’s relationships, murders, and trial to the screen. With Joe Berlinger at the helm and Zac Efron and Lily Collins in leading roles, the film certainly has talent to spare. But how much is fact and how much fiction? Join us as we count down what the biopic for factually right and wrong. What did YOU think of the movie? Let us know in the comments!
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List Entries and Rank:
10) Bundy Met Elizabeth Kloepfer in a Bar: True
9) Kloepfer Was Dependent on Bundy: True
8) A CoWorker Named Jerry Helped Kloepfer Get Over Bundy: False
7) Bundy Refused to Plead Guilty: True
6) Bundy Escaped Twice: True
5) Bundy Never Tried to Kill Kloepfer: False
4) Bundy Proposed to Carole Boone in Court: True
3, 2 & 1: ?
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