Storks – 2016

IMDB: Storks – 2016
IMDB Rating: 6.8/10
Rotten Tomatoes: 63%
Previous Viewing Date: na


When the storks up and finish in the baby delivering business, they need something else to get into, and global parcel delivery for the massive business Cornerstore.com it is. Junior the storks top delivery stork is very shortly about to move up the ranks and be moved into the Head of Company Role. But there is just one, little, condition. He needs to get rid of the resident human, Tulip.

However when he meets with Tulip, he finds someone just trying to fit in. She doesn’t, and she causes spectacular failures in not fitting in. Instead of getting rid of her, which he can’t bear to do, he reassigns her to the now defunct baby delivery mail department, where surely she can’t bugger anything up.

Lo and behold, she buggers it all up and creates a beautiful and completely unauthorised baby, which now she needs to get delivered before the present Head of the Company finds out.


This movie had promise. It had hope. It had an opportunity to be an original movie. It failed. There are a few good one liners and jokes throughout the movie, but it isn’t nearly enough to carry it through the entire 90 odd minutes of it drawl blandness.

If you have a young kid watching with you, you’ll get more entertainment out of their reactions than you will from the movie itself.

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