Directed by
  • Nicholas Stoller
  • Doug Sweetland
Starring
  • Andy Samberg
  • Katie Crown
  • Kelsey Grammer
  • Jennifer Aniston
  • Ty Burrell
  • Anton Starkman
Screenplay by Nicholas Stoller
Genre Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Certificate

U

UK Release Date 14th October 2016

Summary

Storks have since moved on from when they use to deliver babies, and now they deliver packages. But when Tulip (Crown) uses the old baby machine when an order for a baby appears, the best delivery stork (Samberg) must fix the error by delivering the baby.

Is The Plot Interesting?

Storks doesn’t waste any time in getting started and gets straight into the story which helps the movie a lot because there’s not a dull moment, although a person who doesn’t like animation could disagree.

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Is The Acting Good?

I found the voice acting to be good but not amazing. Andy Samberg was the standout performance for me, but we already knew he had good voice acting skills after Hotel Transylvania in 2012.

Is The Directing Good?

I don’t really have much to say about the directing because I didn’t think it was as effective as I’ve seen it be in previous animation movies. If it had been amplified just a little bit more the movie could have been more powerful.

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Is The Cinematography Good?

The cinematography had some surprising wide shots that I thought really helped show the bigger perspective of what the storks do but overall it just average animation cinematography.

Is It Worth Watching?

I would definitely watch Storks again and for that reason I have to say that it is worth watching. It’s funny, enjoyable and the kids are going to love it. At one hour 27 minutes, they’re probably not going to get bored either.

3/5

If this baby finds her family, then maybe I can find mine.

– Katie Crown as Tulip