This movie was really great. Most of the death/abduction scenes were, in fact, accurate (as far as how they happened, but I think the names were changed of the victims, and rightfully so) Some of the other reviewers seem to be misinformed about Bundy's childhood and the enjoyment he got out of killing. He lived in a fantasy world which eventually took over his reality. The movie perhaps didn't make that quite so clear. Bundy just didn't have much of a conscience about it. The execution scene is pretty graphic, but it was not "funny". It was a reality, as it is for all of those on Death Row. I do wish they would have put some of the court trial scenes in the movie. If you are interested in the story of Ted Bundy, I highly recommend reading Ann Rule's "Stranger Beside Me". It is probably the most accurate and honest account of the serial killer I have read.