Storks – Movie Review

Written by: Nicholas Stoller (Yes Man, Zoolander 2) and Doug Sweetland (animator on Toy Story, Find Nemo). Voices: Junior (Andy Samberg), Tulip (Katie Crown), Pigeon Toady (Stephen Kramer Glickman), Hunter (Kelsey Grammer) and Nate (Anton Starkman)

It’s fun and original and God bless all the parents out there when the kids start asking for little brothers and sisters.

Out of the baby delivery business and into the more lucrative market of  package delivery Stork is a fun, clever and original animation that will no doubt entertain the masses. It tells the story of Tulip, a baby the Storks failed to deliver and Nate a little boy who longs for a brother or sister.

Following the scandal of a failed baby delivery and the obsessed Stork Jasper who tried to keep her, the Storks are out of the baby game and now devote their time to delivering packages for Corner Store (think Amazon with wings).  Tulip the baby in question who has worked with the Storks all her life has now grown into a teenager and Junior, next in line for a role in management has been ordered by Hunter to return (fire) her to the human world.

Storks

Storks

kicks the baby delivery service back into motion…..

Junior alas has a soft touch and instead puts Tulip to work in the abandoned former baby delivery warehouse. Meanwhile Nate, bored of his forever working parents stumbles across a Storks baby delivery brochure and writes them a letter.  The letter of course finds its way into Tulips hands who kicks the baby delivery service back into motion. Now with a baby to deliver Junior and Tulip set out in secret to deliver Nate his little sister.

Storks is not only jam-packed with fun and endearing characters but it also comes with lots of positive messages of friendship, togetherness and family values.  Will Nate get his baby sister? Will Tulip find a family outside Cornerstore? Will Junior climb the ladder to management?  Well you will just have to go see it to find out.

Storks

Storks

A feel good family movie that keeps you entertained throughout. I’m giving Storks 4 our of 5. It’s fun and original and God bless all the parents out there when the kids start asking for little brothers and sisters. Storks is in cinemas now. Check out the trailer below for a glimpse of what to expect.

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