Ted Bundy: Falling for a Killer (2020) - Documentary

Hohum Score

57

Bearable

After nearly 40 years of silence, Elizabeth Kendall and her daughter Molly share their experiences with unsettling new details about Ted Bundy.

IMDB: 7.8
Director:
Stars: Elizabeth Kendall, Molly Kendall
Length: N/A Minutes
PG Rating: TV-MA
Reviews: 7 out of 43 found boring (16.27%)

One-line Reviews (15)

I found this documentary to be very compelling.

I mean really, way too much time was spent hammering home a totally unnecessary and utterly pointless message, as if viewers cannot come to their own conclusions and form their own opinions on such topics.

It's heartbreaking, and compelling, and absolutely top-notch film-making.

Bottom line: it's worth watching if you can just accept the filler issue.

I'm 3 episodes in and the tortoise pacing and disjointed overuse of backstory is so painful to watch.

The interviews with the victims, families, friends, detectives, etc.are also fascinating.

At least a couple of times I went back to the title screen to make sure I was watching the correct series, it was so chocked full of propaganda.

But what I saw was a 5-episode boring and mostly off-topic documentary, with guests half of them shouldn't be there at the first place.

How did you manage to make this story boring .

well worth the watch of all episodes....

A riveting, emotional ride that stares right back into Bundy's blue-eyed resolve without blinking.

There are a couple of drawn out clips of a Volkswagen beetle driving through mountainous regions, reminiscent of David Fincher's artistic tendency to hover above vehicles.

Bundy's Story used for propaganda .

Instead it was turned into a propaganda piece about feminism.

Kudos to the director and her colleagues for this riveting documentary.