Storks
Storks (2016)

In this animated children's fantasy, two storks (voiced by Kelsey Grammer and Andy Samberg) reveal the truth about their job delivering babies to new parents.

Rated: PG
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Release Date: September 23, 2016
DVD Release Date: December 20, 2016
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63%
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62%



Critic Score: 63% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Colorful animation and a charming cast help Storks achieve a limited liftoff, but scattershot gags and a confused, hyperactively unspooled plot keep it from truly soaring.

Megan Garber
The Atlantic

Storks is charming, if often nonsensical in its plot line and frenetic in its pacing.

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Joshua Rothkopf
Time Out

Storks isn't terrible...it's just too generic for a marketplace that's often a site of genius.

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Rashid Irani
Hindustan Times

Livelier and with a more pronounced streak of poignancy than the standard animation fare, Storks puts a clever spin on the myth of long-legged birds bringing babies into the world.

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Stephanie Zacharek
TIME Magazine

Harmlessly enjoyable ...

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Brian Truitt
USA Today

Good news, parents: Storks is bound to entertain you and your little ones. Bad news: Get ready to answer a lot more awkward questions about where babies come from.

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Sarah Ward
ArtsHub

Awkward more than endearing.

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David Fear
Rolling Stone

Most of the movie doubles down on the mania and lacing the sugar-rush sensation with an almost lysergic sense of silliness.

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Andrew Parker
Globe and Mail

Stoller has made the most amusing film of his career with this subtextual look at how modern corporate culture penalizes anyone wanting to become a parent.

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Dan Lybarger
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Despite a good deal of chaotic action and visual overkill (nothing is small in this movie), the story feels oddly thin and the running time feels padded.

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Flixster Audience Score: 62% Flixster User Reviews
Dann Michalski
Answering the age old question of where babies come from, Storks is a rather cute family comedy. Over a decade after the Storks switched from baby delivery to… More
Agostino De Maio
Storks,like The LEGO Movie,has a not-really complicated story,packed in a fast 1 (and a half) hour movie,along with his gags and a heartbreaking last scene.
Jesse Ortega
From Kubo to this in a week. That might actually sound like I'm being condescending or as if I'm being dismissive of this film, but I'm really… More
Thomas Drufke
Although the humor is more than goofy and the animation isn't anything too special, Storks provides a well-strung emotional story about birds' history… More
Bradley J
Storks is an amiable and occasionally touching little animated flick with one ingenious comedic sequence involving creepy penguins and a sleeping child.… More
Philip Price
I see what Warner Brothers Animation is attempting to do here and I can dig it. After finding great success with The LEGO Movie and the fact they acquired the… More