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  • Rate: 7.1/10 total 4,033 votes
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  • Genre: Animation | Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy
  • Release Date: 23 September 2016 (USA)
  • Runtime: 87 min
  • Budget: $70,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $59,229,124 (USA) (14 October 2016)
  • Director: Tim Burton
  • Stars: Andy Samberg, Katie Crown, Kelsey Grammer | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Jeff Danna (music by) Mychael Danna (music by)
  • Soundtrack: HandClap
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Babies | Stork | Delivery Stork | Baby Girl | Machine
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  • Jennifer Aniston’s first animated film since The Iron Giant (1999) 16 of 17 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • This will be Andy Samberg’s sixth animated, theatrical movie. Storks 2016 The first time was in Space Chimps (2008) and the other four times were in the Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs movies and the Hotel Transylvania movies, respectively. Storks 2016 19 of 24 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • This will be Keegen Michael-Key’s second animated movie in 2016. Storks 2016 He is also in Angry Birds (2016). Storks 2016 11 of 14 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Kelsey Grammer’s eighth movie voice role after Runaway Brain (1995). Storks 2016 Anastasia (1997), Toy Story 2 (1999), Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas (1999), Barbie of Swan Lake (2003), Teacher’s Pet (2004), and Legends of Oz: Dorothy’s Return (2013). Storks 2016 9 of 11 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • This is Stephen Kramer Glickman’s (Pigeon Toady) first animated film. Storks 2016 Prior to this he was best known for his role as Gustavo Rocque on the Nickelodoen series “Big Time Rush” 7 of 9 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Released theatrically with a LEGO Ninjago movie annoucement short “The Master”. Storks 2016 7 of 11 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • The first animated movie from Nicholas Stoller. Storks 2016 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Warner Animation Group’s 2nd feature film. Storks 2016 2 of 2 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • Ty Burells character, Mr. Storks 2016 Gardener, is a real estate agent. Storks 2016 His character Phil Dumphy (Modern Family) is also a real estate agent. Storks 2016 1 of 1 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
  • When Andy Samberg’s character says, “cool beans”, it is a reference to the “cool beans” scene in Hot Rod. Storks 2016 3 of 6 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |

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Goofs: Continuity: When Nate puts his envelope in the mail to send to the storks, the envelope/stamps are already canceled.

Storks (2016) Plot: Storks have moved on from delivering babies to packages. Storks 2016 But when an order for a baby appears, the best delivery stork must scramble to fix the error by delivering the baby. Storks 2016 Full summary » »

Storks (2016) Story: Storks deliver babies…or at least they used to. Storks 2016 Now they deliver packages for global internet giant Cornerstore.com. Storks 2016 Junior, the company’s top delivery stork, is about to be promoted when he accidentally activates the Baby Making Machine, producing an adorable and wholly unauthorized baby girl. Storks 2016 Desperate to deliver this bundle of trouble before the boss gets wise, Junior and his friend Tulip, the only human on Stork Mountain, race to make their first-ever baby drop – in a wild and revealing journey that could make more than one family whole and restore the storks’ true mission in the world. Storks 2016 Written byWarner Bros.

Storks (2016) Synopsis: For ages, storks have delivered babies all around the world. Storks 2016 No matter what they had to face, they did their job with no complaints. Storks 2016 In the present day, however, Stork Mountain has become home to Cornerstore.com, and storks now deliver packaged goods to customers.

Junior (voice of Andy Samberg) is the top delivery stork, having just completed his one-millionth delivery. Storks 2016 He is called to meet with the boss, Hunter (voice of Kelsey Grammer). Storks 2016 Hunter is up for a big promotion following the annual StorkCon, and he is set to move Junior up to Vice President of the company. Storks 2016 Junior is excited, but first, Hunter orders him to fire Tulip (voice of Katie Crown), the only human on Stork Mountain. Storks 2016 When Tulip was a baby, her stork, Jasper (voice of Danny Trejo), tried to take her for himself, and he accidentally broke her beacon, leaving the storks unable to find her home. Storks 2016 Now that Tulip is turning 18, Hunter thinks it’s time she go out into the human world.

Junior heads over to talk to Tulip, who has created jetpacks to help a quail, chicken, and emu achieve their dreams of flying. Storks 2016 One of the jetpacks malfunctions and starts a fire that wrecks part of the factory. Storks 2016 Tulip starts crying because she thinks she’s a screw-up, and Junior is unable to bring himself to fire her, so he has her move to the letters department where old letters to the storks are stored. Storks 2016 Tulip quickly gets bored and pretends to be other people to entertain herself.

Somewhere far away, a young boy named Nate Gardner (voice of Anton Starkman) is playing a game where he pretends to be part of a ninja squad. Storks 2016 He expects his parents Henry and Sarah (voices of Ty Burell and Jennifer Aniston) to play, but they are very preoccupied with their careers in real estate. Storks 2016 Nate then decides he wants a little brother, but his parents don’t know how to explain to him where babies come from. Storks 2016 Nate finds a pamphlet in his attic that explains the stork delivery system, so he writes a letter to the storks as his parents to request a younger brother with ninja skills.

The letter makes its way to the factory and into Tulip’s possession. Storks 2016 She mistakenly slips it into the baby-making machine. Storks 2016 Junior watches this in Hunter’s office through security cameras. Storks 2016 He rushes to the machine room to stop it, having to slip his wing into a dangerous mechanism to hit the emergency shut-off button. Storks 2016 Unfortunately, a baby has already been created. Storks 2016 Junior decides he has to deliver the baby before Monday when StorkCon happens so that his promotion chances don’t get ruined. Storks 2016 He then finds a plane that Tulip built for apparently delivering packages for Cornerstore. Storks 2016 They take the plane with them and head out for the delivery.

One of Junior’s coworkers, Pigeon Toady (voice of Stephen Kramer Glickman), finds BABY POWDAH in the factory. Storks 2016 He takes his own little flying device to head out and find Junior, Tulip, and the baby.

Nate starts to gather items to build a landing pad for the storks to deliver the baby. Storks 2016 Henry steps outside to see this and agrees to help for a few minutes. Storks 2016 Time passes and he’s having so much fun with his son that he doesn’t care. Storks 2016 Sarah sees the two of them and tries to get them to stop, but Henry convinces her that they have to spend as much time with Nate as they possibly can. Storks 2016 Sarah decides to join the fun by smashing the chimney.

As Junior and Tulip fly on, they hear that the baby is upset. Storks 2016 Tulip’s maternal instincts kick in and she goes to take care of the baby, leaving the plane without a pilot. Storks 2016 Junior forgets to turn on the autopilot, so the plane crashes near an icy area. Storks 2016 Junior and Tulip argue, and he heads out on his own. Storks 2016 He is ambushed by a pack of wolves that knock him unconscious.

Junior wakes up hanging upside down next to Tulip, who is still mad at him. Storks 2016 The wolves then gather as the Alpha and Beta (voices of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele) surround the baby. Storks 2016 They plan to eat her, but they start licking her and fall in love with her. Storks 2016 The baby starts laughing when Tulip hits Junior, and the wolves are all mesmerized by the baby’s adorable laughter. Storks 2016 Tulip convinces the wolves to cut them loose so she can hit Junior more. Storks 2016 She grabs a large branch and whacks the Alpha over the head, allowing her and Junior to run with the baby. Storks 2016 The pack chases after them, taking on many crazy forms like a bridge, boat, and submarine to catch up. Storks 2016 Junior makes it back to the plane, but Tulip nearly falls into a crack in the ice. Storks 2016 Junior runs to go save her. Storks 2016 They push the plane down into the water since it has a raft to let it float. Storks 2016 The wolves try to form a plane, but they fall since they can’t fly.

The three are now floating along the river. Storks 2016 Junior gets nervous when Tulip keeps asking him why he wants to be boss and the whole stork-baby relationship, so he stabs the raft and forces them to take shelter in a nearby cave. Storks 2016 Tulip braids Junior’s feathers, and the two bond over their jobs and goals. Storks 2016 Tulip admits she built the plane to find her family, and she kept one piece of her beacon in case she could manage to succeed. Storks 2016 Junior assures her that she will find them. Storks 2016 The two try to go to sleep but are both kept awake by the baby. Storks 2016 They do what they must to get her to fall asleep.

The three continue their journey, while Toady continues to follow them, and the Gardners continue bonding as they build their landing pad. Storks 2016 Toady eventually gets enough information to bring back to Hunter, who plans to have Junior and Tulip return the baby. Storks 2016 Toady changes the beacon address from the Gardner home to Cornerstore HQ.

Junior and Tulip find a boat that they think will help them get to the baby’s home. Storks 2016 They try to go by undetected, but the baby starts making crying sounds. Storks 2016 She reaches her arms out for Junior, so Tulip hands her over before she wails. Storks 2016 Junior holds the baby and finds himself growing attached to her. Storks 2016 They head toward the boat but are then found by the wolf pack again. Storks 2016 When it looks like they’re goners, the three are rescued by Jasper. Storks 2016 He brings them onto the boat and explains that he fell in love with Tulip when she was a baby, and he felt so bad about breaking the beacon that he spent the last few years recovering all the pieces. Storks 2016 Tulip pulls out the last piece, repairing the beacon. Storks 2016 Tulip gets excited since she can finally meet her family, but Junior crushes her happiness when he admits that he was supposed to fire Tulip for being a screw-up. Storks 2016 Tulip tearfully leaves with Jasper while Junior decides to bring the baby home.

Jasper brings Tulip to her family’s home, but she decides to go back for the baby.

Junior arrives at the location where the beacon has brought him. Storks 2016 At the same time, the Gardners hear a knock on the door, and they think it’s the stork. Storks 2016 It’s actually a police officer with a cease-and-desist to tell the Gardners they need to take down their pad because it’s unsafe. Storks 2016 Henry and Sarah tell Nate the truth about how storks don’t deliver babies anymore and that they just wanted to spend time with him. Storks 2016 Nate sadly takes down the lights he put up to attract the storks. Storks 2016 Meanwhile, Junior realizes he’s walked into a trap as Hunter and Toady take the baby away from him with Hunter’s penguin minions. Storks 2016 After they leave, Tulip arrives and orders a package and has it returned to Cornerstore with her and Junior stowed away in the box.

The two have arrived in the middle of StorkCon as Hunter is giving a presentation. Storks 2016 They sneak away in a costume as they find the penguins trying to take the baby away. Storks 2016 Since the baby is asleep, Junior and Tulip fight the penguins while being as quiet as possible. Storks 2016 Once they recover the baby, they accidentally draw attention to themselves from Hunter and the other storks. Storks 2016 They chase after the three and are lead into the baby-making machine room. Storks 2016 Hunter tries to get the baby away from Junior by promising he can still keep his job, but Junior instead grabs the hose to the letter room and stuffs the machine with hundreds of letters, mass-producing babies. Storks 2016 The storks rush to grab the babies. Storks 2016 Hunter takes control of a giant robot to try and destroy the machine, but his control pad is being messed with by the baby. Storks 2016 The robot gets pushed out of the factory and gets caught on wires that start to pull the factory off the mountain. Storks 2016 Hunter plummets to his doom, but not before using the robot claw to pull Junior, Tulip, and the baby down with him. Storks 2016 Junior then manages to fly himself, Tulip, and the baby back to the top.

With a huge number of babies among them, Junior assumes command of the storks and says that baby-delivering is what they were all meant to do. Storks 2016 The storks (and a reformed Toady) agree, and they all head out around the world to deliver babies to couples of all kinds. Storks 2016 Junior, Tulip, and Jasper bring their baby to the Gardners as Nate shines a light to bring them closer. Storks 2016 Junior hands the baby over to them, and he suddenly has a vision of the baby as she grows from an infant to a young woman. Storks 2016 He says goodbye to the baby and flies away with Tulip and Jasper. Storks 2016 Nate is at first disappointed that he got a sister instead of a brother, but he is pleased when the baby shows off her ninja skills as he requested.

Tulip is brought to her home with all the birds (and the wolves) right behind her. Storks 2016 She rings the bell and sees a large family with puffy red hair like hers. Storks 2016 They know who she is, and they all hug her. Storks 2016 They gather around for a group photo, and Tulip invites Junior to join them.

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  • Glenn Ficarra known as executive producer
  • John Kreidman known as associate producer
  • Brad Lewis known as producer (produced by)
  • Phil Lord known as executive producer
  • Christopher Miller known as executive producer
  • Steven Mnuchin known as executive producer
  • John Requa known as executive producer
  • Douglas I. Storks 2016 Schwartz known as assistant producer (as Douglas Schwartz)
  • Jared Stern known as executive producer
  • Nicholas Stoller known as producer (produced by)

Watch Storks (2016) Free Full Movie Watch Online FullCast & Crew:
 

  • Andy Samberg known as Junior (voice)
  • Katie Crown known as Tulip (voice)
  • Kelsey Grammer known as Hunter (voice)
  • Jennifer Aniston known as Sarah Gardner (voice)
  • Ty Burrell known as Henry Gardner (voice)
  • Anton Starkman known as Nate Gardner (voice)
  • Keegan-Michael Key known as Alpha Wolf (voice)
  • Jordan Peele known as Beta Wolf (voice)
  • Danny Trejo known as Jasper (voice)
  • Stephen Kramer Glickman known as Pigeon Toady (voice)
  • Christopher Nicholas Smith known as Dougland (voice) (as Chris Smith)
  • Awkwafina known as Quail (voice)
  • Ike Barinholtz known as Miscellaneous Storks (voice)
  • Jorma Taccone known as Miscellaneous Storks (voice)
  • Amanda Lund known as Miscellaneous Storks

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  1. tomholland2016 from Malaysia says:

    First thing of all, this is the kind of a movie that’s surely not foreveryone and it doesn’t really give that stereotype where children willabsolutely have fun watching it.

    The storyline follows a group of storks engineers a vast industryrelating to delivering babies to their respective families. Things gosouth when the living storks are tired by umpteenth of accidentsoccurring on arriving the destination that eventually turns into anindustry of selling goods. With the help of an unknown boy, anunintentional event takes place for re-living back the old era of thestorks.

    The plot is fairly decent, and it does give much time for the characterto develop but it takes too many spaces in their limited duration ofthe movie. It drags the movie at certain parts that we won’t be needingto see. Despite all of this, there are a few sequences that do takeplace abruptly, leading to many inevitable questions. Children that aretrying to learn and understand stories may get confused with ’em. Thepacing is half the chance being good and bad, people will judge intheir own way. As for me, it starts to get bad after 40 minutes in.

    The humor here is enjoyable, but it can get cringe-worthy sometimes.Basically, the script is telling the characters to force the jokes fromthemselves.

    As far as I can tell, there are moments in the movie that trigger yourmind if this movie is really worth spending your money for. The motionimages are tolerable, it’s totally not as bad as Norm In The North andtotally not as good as Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV.

    The moral values here are worth it but it does not contain as much asyou have seen in Inside Out or Toy Story. A major example that can betaken is to give love to each member of your family without regardingcareer or any other things.

    The best time to watch this movie is when you’re having a daytime offwith your family on a Sunday afternoon. Overall, it is an enjoyableflick and to my point of view, it deserves 5 out of 10.

  2. humdi says:

    I wanna ask first what comes to your mind when you hear the word Baby?I wanna make that a hanging question.

    So is this film any good? Like pixar good? No, in fact it tried so hardto be. The punchlines just doesn’t hit the right spot and even if itdid they were fleeting right away. It did made me laugh but there wasno fun. Its anthropomorphic world is not easy to get and itseccentricity became annoying and unfunny quirks. Junior and Tulip aretoo frenzied like they were high on something.

    Though I will rate this film 5/10, Storks had given me a clearerperspective, that final scene hit me like an epiphany and now when ihear the word baby, I think of family.

  3. mikenontonmulu from Indonesia says:

    Watching this movie in the earlier parts, I could not help to feel thatthe funny scenes were a little bit forced, but as the movie continues,the funny scenes becoming more and more fluid. The funny moments becamemore natural. And since the baby girl was “produced”, the movie becamemuch more alive. I think the star of the movie was really the baby. Theanimation of this baby was soooo cute and adorable that you wouldreally want to hug and play with the baby.

    You would also be enjoying the very colorful scenes and the funnymoments during the chase by the wolves. Those were some of the mostenjoyable moments. But the moment that I laughed the hardest was duringthe scene involving penguins (and the fork). It was priceless!

    I also loved that the trailer shown many times in the theaters was onlyshowing some brief introduction about Storks and baby making machine.This helped us to be enjoying the movie without knowing there were somany plots inside this one. For parents who want to bring theirchildren to watch this, I believe they would be able to enjoy it. Forteenagers & adults, this movie would also be enjoyable to watch.However, please do not expect logic or the making sense of the story ofStorks delivering babies. If you can only enjoy movie when logic isvery much a great factor, then I do not think this movie is right foryou. If you are looking for some fun and good laughter, then you candefinitely watch this one!

    By the way, this movie was produced by Warner Bros Animation Group(WAG) which also produced The Lego Movie. Hence, it was not a surpriseto see there was a short funny animated Lego movie of a Chinese Kung FuMaster and a chicken before the start of the movie. I guess WAG alsowanted to follow the success of such pattern used by Disney, Pixar andeven Illuminati (remember those cute minions in The Secret Life of Pets?). It did give us a nice thing to enjoy before the start of the actualmovie. So when you already bought the tickets for this film, pleasemake sure you are not late to be able to watch this short fun movie.

  4. Guy Jeffries from London, Uk says:

    Impressively, Bad Neighbours and Forgetting Sarah Marshall director,Nicholas Stoller directs his first animated movie along with Pixaranimator/director Doug Sweetland about, well, Storks as a globaldelivery service that USE to deliver babies in the mythical,traditional sense and now deliver electrical goods instead.

    We follow Junior, who’s likely to inherit the position of booosssssssonce Hunter (Kelsey Grammar) moves on up, however his first task of theday is to fire Tulip, the human catastrophe orphan that wrecks havocwhenever she decides to help. As expected, and as the trailer suggests,things don’t go to plan and there’s an incredibly adorable babyinvolved who needs delivering to her wanting brother, which leads theunfortunate pair on a funny, haphazard adventure.

    The Lonely Island comedy superstar Andy Samberg voices Junior superbly,I didn’t even recognise the voice, actually sounding much older thanthe Samberg I know and he works so well with animated voice actressKatie Crown who voices Tulip. Watching the relationship form andcrumble between the two was entertaining, witty and touching.

    The creativity with this film is brilliant and the animation itselfstunning. The penguin silent fight, the love-lusting wolves withincredible yet hilarious group-abilities it pushes the boundaries evenfor an animated movie and actually parodies itself in parts, “what arethe chances of that?”

    They manage to squeeze in quite a lot for 87mins, not saying that itdrags because it really doesn’t; it’s fast paced, quick-witted andloaded with silly action that ignores plot holes and just skims rightover them. Again, really not a bad thing and purely there for comedyeffect.

    As with all good family movies, there’s a couple of good strong morallessons here which are quite touching and honest. Sharing familyquality time and asking the question, what is family? Or, who arefamily? You could hear the “awww” from the audience and yeah, I wastouched only to then be made to laugh at the heartache watching Juniortrying to comes to terms with it all.

    There’s a good soundtrack with tracks from Jason Derulo, REOSpeedwagon, Talking Heads and Vance Joy with a great original track”Holdin’ Out” from The Lumineers. Brothers Mychael and Jeff Danna do atypical animated score covering a wide stream of styles and sounds tohelp emboss the mood and atmosphere of the story.

    I enjoyed this film from start to finish, finding it hilarious,entertaining and heartfelt. I really hope the kids enjoy this as muchas I did. I could go watch this again.

    Running Time: 8 The Cast: 9 Performance: 9 Direction: 9 Story: 7Script: 8 Creativity: 10 Soundtrack: 7 Job Description: 10 The ExtraBonus Points: 10 for the sharp wit, the wolf submarine with sonarpinging wolf and the silent fight. Would I buy the Bluray?: Yes!

    87% 9/10

  5. Jay Mehta from Mumbai, India says:

    Storks is undoubtedly funny and keeps up with the audience attentionjust enough in spite of an at par performance in pretty much alldepartments. The movie doesn’t have any wow factor, except for the”baby cuteness”, but I didn’t find it bad either.

    Story (7/10): I’ve heard about this concept for the first time, butapparently, storks, in some mythologies, are associated with babydelivery and that’s what the story is about. In the modern times,though, they have moved away from baby delivery to cell phones.However, in a dramatic turn of events, one of the soon-to-be-bossstorks, Junior, is unable to prevent the restart of a baby-makingmachine by Tulip – the only human at the facility, which creates ababy. Along with Tulip, he has to not just hide it from the rest of thestorks at the facility, but also deliver the baby. And in that process,he has to prevent the babies from external enemies as well. I didn’tfind the story so exciting but what I liked about it was the screenplaythat had good punches – although inexplicable on some occasions. What Ialso loved the most was some of the innovative stuff with wolves andpenguins, which was innovative and great to watch. The characterizationof Tulip and establishing her chemistry with Junior was a little trickybut the writer managed to do it pretty much smoothly without making itlooked forced. Overall, a pretty neat job by Nicholas Stoller.

    Animation (8/10): The animation is really good, especially the ones oncreating various baby faces and expressions. It was pretty much likethey poured in all of their energy into that. Also, the work aroundlandscaping and making the entire visual very colorful is great.

    Direction (7/10): The combination of Nicholas Stoller and DougSweetland has pulled out quite well. While the former hasn’t had agreat run with the movies yet, Doug’s experience with the animationmovies seems to have come handy, even though it was a first time forhim. The idea of getting wolves creating amazing shapes – totallyfitting into the context of the story – and the silent fight with thepenguins was great. However, the direction could have improved in thebeginning of the movie, which was a little slow and low on momentum.

    Overall (7/10): A well-made movie with good animation and super scoreon cuteness factor!

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