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Storks will make its home video debut on the Digital HD format beginning December 6th. The Storks 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray and DVD versions will fly into stores two weeks later on December 20th, just in time for last minute Christmas shoppers.
Numerous bonus features are included on all formats with the exception of DVD, which only includes two as noted below.
Storks: Guide to Your New Baby
The Master: A Lego Ninjago Short (DVD)
Music Video for Jason Derulo’s Hit Song Kiss the Sky (DVD)
Commentary by directors
Directed by Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland.
Featuring the voice talents of Andy Samberg, Katie Crown, Kelsey Grammer, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Anton Starkman, Jennifer Aniston, Ty Burrell, Stephen Kramer Glickman, Danny Trejo, Awkwafina, Ike Barinholtz, Jorma Taccone, Chris Smith.
Storks deliver babies — or at least they used to. Now, they deliver packages for a global internet retail giant. Junior (Andy Samberg), the company’s top delivery stork, lands in hot water when the Baby Factory produces an adorable but wholly unauthorized girl. Desperate to deliver this bundle of trouble, Junior and his friend Tulip (Katie Crown), the only human on Stork Mountain, race against time to make their first baby drop before the boss (Kelsey Grammer) finds out.
I’m rarely in the car to listen to Mark Kermode on a Friday afternoon. Generally I respect and agree with him on films. We both share a mutual
This unexpectedly charming animation bursts out of the screen with an aesthetic that is a sugar rush of cuteness. This probably would be quite off-putting, were it not for the sharp humour that elevates it from easily digestible kiddy fodder to something that offers sustenance to parents as well.
The film, written and directed by Nicholas Stoller (Bad Neighbours, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, The Muppets), imagines a world in which storks have sidelined their original baby delivery services in favour of a highly lucrative online shopping organisation. Junior (Andy Samberg) is the company’s high-achieving bird and is hotly tipped to take over when the boss retires. But he finds his ambitions thwarted by Orphan Tulip (Katie Crown), an undelivered human baby, now an adult, who is something of a glitch in the smooth-running stork business model. Tulip inadvertently creates a baby,
Directed by Nicholas Stoller, Doug Sweetland
Featuring the voice talents of Andy Samberg, Katie Crown, Kelsey Grammer, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Jennifer Aniston, Ty Burrell, Danny Trejo and Stephen Kramer Glickman.
Storks have moved on from delivering babies to packages. But when an order for a baby appears, the best delivery stork must scramble to fix the error by delivering the baby.
There’s a reason the late Chuck Jones-the mastermind behind Looney Tunes – is remembered as maybe the great of animation; Jones had a fundamental understanding of what one could do with medium, the world building, animation as a facility to play with physics. Not to go so far as to compare Storks, the latest from Warner Bros. Animation – whose only film prior was 2014’s delightful The Lego Movie – to that of Jones’ output, but it certainly takes notes. It seems infatuated with the brazen, brash
Storks review by Paul Heath.
Storks deliver babies. Everyone knows that. Well, they used to exclaims Nicholas Stoller‘s (Bad Neighbours) first foray into animation.
Storks, from Wag – that’s Warner Bros. Animation, revolves around an Internet shopping destination where all of the parcels are delivered by – yes you’ve guessing it – storks. They’ve long been done with those pesky babies now that Kelsey Grammar‘s Hunter is in charge. Hunter’s reign at the top is set to come to an end and Junior (Adam Samberg) looks like the man to take over – he has just one task – to fire human worker Tulip (Katie Crown) who keeps messing things up and forcing the sales numbers to nose-dive. Tulip was the last baby ever to be scheduled for delivery by the storks,
Going by the trailers alone, Storks might look like a bit of an anachronism in 2016, taking its comedic kick start from the folkloric image of the white stork delivering babies to expectant parents that was popularised by Hans Christian Anderson and latterly in Disney's Dumbo. Happily, writer and co-director Nicholas Stoller has thought this through more than we have.
In Warner Animation Group's second feature, storks delivered infants from their baby factory on Stork Mountain in the past, but a pioneering boss has changed all of that, “because there are lots of other ways to get a baby.” Now the mountain is crowned with a great big warehouse from which Amazon-a-like online retailer Cornerstore.com dispatches electrical goods and other doo-dads so that storks don't have to deal with the hassle of carrying newborns any more.
One weekend, top flier Junior (voiced
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Much of the credit has to go to writer/co-director Nicholas Stoller (“Get Him to the Greek”), doing his first animated film. He has a light touch with comedy, pressing the accelerator when he needs to, but also getting laughs from wacky dialogue and strange asides. Staying close to the roots of the story (storks no longer deliver babies, but packages), and employing a great voice cast, combined for “Storks” to join “Sausage Factory” as the funniest full-length cartoon of the year.
The old days of storks delivering babies has gone the way of the rotary phone. The new delivery model is packages,
A baby is in no way part of the company’s new business model, so an ambitious, efficient stork named Junior (Andy Samberg), who is in line to become the next CEO, has to deal with the problem – and quickly, before his boss Hunter
First-time animation director Nicholas Stoller (“Forgetting Sarah Marshall”), who wrote the script, teamed up with another directorial newbie, former Pixar animator Doug Sweetland (the “Presto” short), and they paid tribute to the Coen brothers’ “Raising Arizona,” a live-action Looney Tune of sorts.
Storks now deliver packages instead of babies for retail giant, Cornerstore.com, run by the greedy Hunter (Kelsey Grammer). That is, until Junior (Andy Stamberg) and human sidekick Tulip (Katie Crown) inadvertently unleash the long-dormant Baby Machine. They’re forced to deliver an adorable girl to her family, while warding off a Wolf Pack that’s also fallen in love with the baby.
But without its own in-house animation team, Warner Bros. turned to Sony Pictures Imageworks (now headquartered in Vancouver
This Past Weekend:
Yikes. What a terrible weekend we just had, not only for the new movies released but also for the Weekend Warrior’s predictions. Clint Eastwood and Tom Hanks’ Sully won its second weekend in a row with just under $22 million, but as far as the new movies, neither Lionsgate’s Blair Witch nor Universal’s Bridget Jones’s Baby did very well, putting the last nail in the coffin (hopefully) for sequels/remakes trying to play upon nostalgia that just isn’t there. (Good luck to the Rings movie opening next month!) Blair Witch ended up with $9.6 million to take second place and both Bridget Jones’s Baby and Oliver Stone’s Snowden ended up with around $8 million, so
Andy Samberg stars as Junior, a soon-to-be promoted deliver stork working for Cornerstore.com. Storks were once known for delivering babies based on mailed letters from hopeful parents, but then big-boss Hunter (Kelsey Grammer) realizes the profit margins are found in parcel delivery, so the baby division is shut down.
However, the year culminates with another potentially strong Disney Oscar contender, “Moana” (November 23), along with two musicals: Illumination’s “Sing” (December 21), which played to cheering crowds this week at the Toronto Film Festival, and DreamWorks’ “Trolls” (Nov. 4). Warner Bros., meanwhile, offers the buddy comedy, “Storks” (September 23), which has attracted good world of mouth for its humor.
Disney explores new territory with the Polynesian-themed “Moana,” the first foray into CG for directors John Musker and Ron Clements (“The Princess and the Frog,” “Aladdin,” “The Little Mermaid”), who push the legacy in a new direction with contemporary appeal.
The free-spirited, teenage Moana (Auli’i Cravalho) possesses strong navigational skills and is determined to sail out on a dangerous mission to save her island and eradicate its isolation.
Storks deliver babies…or at least they used to. Now they deliver packages for global internet giant Cornerstore. Starring Andy Samberg, Jennifer Aniston, Kelsey Grammar, Ty Burrell, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, Danny Trejo, Stephen Kramer Glickman and Katie Crown, and from the studio that delivered The Lego Movie, see Storks in theaters September 23!
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Another week has gone by, meaning it's time to re-cap the latest movie news, clips, and trailers that we saw in this first week of August!
While we are a bit preoccupied this week with today's release of Suicide Squad, there is still some exciting news in the pipeline that has us looking forward to the fall and winter, with new trailers for films like Storks, Two Lovers and a Bear, and our first glimpse at Christopher Nolan's latest, Dunkirk.
We also got an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming The Magnificent Seven, a western re-make starring Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke and Denzel Washington. Now that's one impressive cast. We have a new clip from Sausage Party to
The film is directed by Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland.
Storks deliver babies…or at least they used to. Now they deliver packages for global internet giant Cornerstore.com. 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. 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 will hit theaters on September 23, 2016.
Check out the new trailer below.
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