Evil Genius: The True Story of America's Most Diabolical Bank Heist: Season 1 (2018)
Critic Consensus: Evil Genius makes up for a lack of conviction and nuance with an intriguing sense of discovery and plenty of entertaining insanity.
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Perhaps the most startling thing about the whole enthralling enterprise is the way that the work of filmmakers Barbara Schroeder and Trey Borzillieri might have lined up their subjects for a potential new death-penalty case.
This fascinating four-part Netflix true crime doco investigates the 'Pizza Bomber' case, a bizarre bank heist which occurred in the town of Erie, Pennsylvania in 2003.
Evil Genius sits squarely in the "intense docudrama" format with which the network has had so much recent success.
For a series that features, by its own description, a "master manipulator," Evil Genius feels more like a confused, unwitting pawn than an adversary worthy of taking on the challenge to uncover the truth.
The case of true crime storytelling that can be too easily classified as merely satiating the supply-and-demand for such unconscionable tales.
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