Make a plan! Stick to the plan! Always deliver! These storks will blow your mind once you watch this movie!
“Storks” is a movie that combines past popular beliefs with today’s modern world. So do storks still deliver babies? Not
anymore! They found the baby business to be troublesome and messy. This is why they decided to “modernize” into a dot-com package delivery business; CornerStore.
In this film, you will see storks in a whole new different way. Until, Junior (Andy Samberg) and Tulip (Katie Crown) have an “accident” in the new and improved Corner Store warehouse. Junior one of the storks, has been promised to become a new boss, but first he has to fire Tulip, the only human employee in the warehouse. Hunter, the stork boss is constantly reminding Junior what he needs to do in order to become the new boss. However, his heart gets in the way and instead sends her to the “Letter Department” in the “Baby Factory”. Nate Gardner (Anton Starkman) has always been the only child in the Gardner family. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner have a real estate business. His parents never have time to play with him so he writes a letter to the Storks asking for a baby brother to play with. This is where all the action begins!
The film doesn’t really have bad guys, but a few of them can be a little mean to get what they want. One of my favorite characters was Pigeon Toady (Stephen Kramer Glickman), with his good-guy-bad-guy personality. He had an unusual way of talking slang which I thought was very humorous!
This movie is rated G for children of all ages, and adults will appreciate the humor. There were moments filled with mystery which made me feel excited and anxious for what is going to happen next! Jasper the stork is perhaps one of the most mysterious character in film.
I would definitely recommend Storks because you laugh from the very beginning to the end. This is a movie that is a family must see, it may leave you wanting a new baby brother or sister after seeing all the cute “tiny things” (a.k.a babies!)