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To get the mashups to work, “Tell Me a Story” uses family as its core. “It gives everything a reason,” Williamson says. “The storylines flow with each other, much more eloquently and gracefully.”
In “The Walking Dead,” Payne was constantly battling zombies. Because he was surrounded by them throughout the day, he often had zombie dreams when he got home. Now, he says, “I’m super scared I’m going to get serial killer dreams with this.”
Some books are best left as books. Case in point: this one. Slow, often boring and frequently forgettable, the film version doesn’t live up to its Pulitzer Prize-winning origins.
The film entertains throughout. It’s just never clear what it wants to be, and it's a hop, skip and jump away from being the classic some want it to be.
Thanks to Oscar winners Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez, there’s ample music for all. Idina Menzel gets another wailing “Let It Go”-type song and Jonathan Groff comes out of the female leads’ shadows and delivers a pretty good power ballad.