I have watched this movie several times. I have enjoyed it that much. The only thing is I'm a stickler for details and while this movie spanned over a 19-year period, the actors are not age-progressed. Reichert was 31 when he started investigating the murders and 50 when Ridgway was finally arrested. I just think that age-progressing the actors would have helped show just how long it took to catch Ridgway but then again, I realize that this was a made-for-TV movie and there were budget constraints. Also, the character who plays Ridgway just didn't seem a good fit to me. His hair is too long and bushy and his mustache too full. He looks more threatening than Ridgway actually does. I also noticed that some of the victims and suspects were given pseudonyms. I can understand that some families may not have wanted their loved one's name mentioned but I really don't understand that reasoning since you can easily go on the internet and find their actual names. Some reviewers have stated that they did not like the story being told through the eyes of a fictitious victim but I think this humanizes the victims more--to show that they were girls with families and lives and not just a name and statistic on a list. And just an added FYI for anyone who reads my review--since this movie was made (2008), another victim's skull was found and identified in December, 2010, and Ridgway had to plead guilty and be sentenced for a 49th murder in 2011.