"The film itself gaslights us, and this is where Berlinger and Zac Efron-an inspired choice-are powerful co-creators."
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"Alternately charming, belligerent, and incalculably shrewd, [Efron] captures both the shark-like charisma of Bundy and the deeply damaged man beneath."
"Efron has a ball: he's likeable, goofy and manic, except when flashing his eyes when he looks like that boy from The Village of the Damned."
"Efron is clever casting, the most startling since Tony Curtis became The Boston Strangler in the 1968 film. He is a queasily parodic hottie. But I found something questionable and obtuse in the fundamental procedure of this movie. It doesn’t glorify or glamorise Bundy in any obvious way, but it persists in taking him at his own estimation of himself."