After watching the trailer I got excited for watching the Storks movie
and the promises where at least 'good fun'. Storks is undoubtedly funny
and keeps up with the audience attention just enough in spite of an at
par performance in pretty much all departments. Let me start by saying
that I don't this film is a 10/10 but hopefully my rating will add to
its overall rating. This is a best cartoon for family.
Stork Mountain was a place known for delivering babies and its
employees are primarily storks, along with a few other birds. Their
current CEO, a stork named Hunter (Kelsey Grammar), discontinued the
baby delivering business, seeing more profit by having storks operate a
parcel delivery service called Cornerstore.
Tulip (Katie Crown), having just turned 18 years old, is working to
promote new ideas for Cornerstore, but they always backfire. Meanwhile
Junior (Andy Samberg), Cornerstore's top delivery stork, is about to be
promoted to boss of Cornerstore while Hunter is the boss of cornerstone
now and he will be chairman of the board. Hunter demand Junior to fire
Tulip but Junior cannot find the heart to fire Tulip due to her
kindness and hard work, and he lies to her that she is being
transferred to the mail room, instructing her to never leave her new
Meanwhile, a young boy named Nate Gardner (Anton Starkman) feels lonely
because his parents, Henry (Ty Burrell) and Sarah (Jennifer Aniston),
are too busy to spend time with him and he want to have another
brother. Nate Gardner found ad about old stork deliver baby and he
writes a letter asking for a baby brother with ninja skills and sends
it to Cornerstore. The letter makes its way to Tulip, who reluctantly
leaves the mail room to put the letter in a slot just outside the room
despite Junior's attempt to stop her, injury his wing in the process.
To their surprise, a baby girl is created inside a metal container,
whom they later name Diamond Destiny.
Junior agrees to secretly help deliver Diamond Destiny. As Junior's
wing is broken, they use Tulip's flying machine for transportation.
However, they crash into a frozen tundra and they met group of wolfs
who leaders named Alpha (Keegan-Michael Key) and Beta (Jordan Peele).
The two manage to save Diamond Destiny, whom the wolves have fallen in
love with baby. At last, Junior, Tulip and baby diamond escape from
group of wolfs.
Back at Cornerstore, a pigeon employee named Toady (Stephen Kramer
Glickman) learns of Diamond Destiny's existence. Toady told Hunter
about the baby then he promises to give Toady Junior's position as the
boss as they scramble the coordinates Junior and Tulip have been
following to mislead them to a different location. Junior is captured
and tied up by Hunter and his cronies at the false location and they
kidnap Diamond Destiny. While Tulip follow the Jasper to her lost
family. However, Tulip comes to rescue Junior without having met her
family and the two resend themselves back to Cornerstore. After
fighting an army of penguins, Junior and Tulip are chased into the
abandoned baby making room and start up the machine as a distraction.
As thousands of babies are being made, Hunter angrily confronts Junior
and Tulip with a large robotic machine, but Junior refuses to surrender
Diamond Destiny with Hunter's re-offered promotion. With the infant's
playfulness, Junior and Tulip are able to cause the machine along with
Hunter to fall off the cliff elevating the collapsing Cornerstore.
Junior rallies the storks, as well as the other birds, to help deliver
the babies to the families who wanted them including the Gardners, and
Nate accepts having a sister when he realizes that she has the ninja
skills he asked for in the letter. The storks, former employees of
Cornerstore, and the wolf pack reunite Tulip with her expanded family,
and she and Junior continue their job of delivering babies as co-bosses
of Stork Mountain.