The story of Ted Bundy is so complex and interesting (pardon me, I know the crimes were heinous) that it's a shame this movie is what they did with it. They tried to cram all of these decades long events into a little less than 2 hrs. What is the result - a fragmented view on of one of the worst serial killers and psychopaths in the recent history. The movie is all over the place; I don't know if they wanted the focus to be on the girlfriend, on the murders, on his psychopathy, or on the trial. That's because they had no focus. This is one lousy movie from beginning to end, storytelling-wise.
I always hate it when they make crappy movies out of true events which were documented in detail both in video and in writing. And Zac did a really good job in portraying him and would have done an even better job if the script was better. Their resemblance is uncanny.
This should have been a miniseries. You can't cram 30 years of someone's complicated personal and criminal life into 2 hrs and expect a well-rounded, fulfilling story.