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Storks [4K Ultra HD Blu-ray/Blu-ray] [2016]

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    96% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1530 out of 1595)

    Synopsis


    Storks
    Eager to have a younger sibling, a lonely kid (voiced by Anton Starkman) beseeches the storks to deliver a baby to his workaholic parents -- despite the fact that the birds have long since gotten out of the baby business, and now courier packages for an Internet merchant. But the discovery of an infant in the warehouse inventory forces the delivery service's recently promoted stork owner (Andy Samberg) to deliver one last bundle of joy. Kelsey Grammer, Jennifer Aniston, Ty Burrell, Keegan-Michael Key, Jordan Peele, and Danny Trejo also lend their voices to this animated comedy. ~ Violet LeVoit, Rovi

    Cast & Crew


    • Andy Samberg
      Andy Samberg - Junior
    • Kelsey Grammer
      Kelsey Grammer - Hunter
    • Jennifer Aniston
      Jennifer Aniston - Sarah Gardner
    • Ty Burrell
      Ty Burrell - Henry Gardner
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      Anton Starkman - Nate Gardner



    Customer rating

    Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 1595 reviews

    96%
    would recommend to a friend
    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Funny if not Instantly Forgettable

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      VandyPrice
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      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 likes of Phil Lord and Chris Miller who directed 21 and 22 Jump Street (as well as Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, to their credit) to helm that hit animated movie the thought of continuing to try their hand at bringing in R-rated comedy directors and seeing how they operate within the world of children’s entertainment is a ballsy, but interesting move. Much like with the case of The LEGO Movie Warner Bros. was likely hoping this formula might produce something both mature and goofy with the plus of remaining consistently funny throughout the majority of its runtime. It makes sense and what better way to test said formula than with the likes of Nicolas Stoller, director of such films as Forgetting Sarah Marshall and the two Neighbors movies, thus the reason we now have Storks. Because of this inclination to take someone known for one thing and put them just far enough outside of their element, their comfort zone if you will, I was inclined to be more interested in this seemingly agreeable animated family movie than I might have been otherwise. I love it when directors or studios cast an actor known for one type or style of work, especially comedians, and place them in a different setting where we see them challenged in new/different ways that usually result in a more fascinating piece of work by virtue of the outside influences and persona that performer brings with them. That is kind of what is happening here though maybe not to the extreme of, say, Jim Carrey in The Truman Show. Rather, Stoller is being challenged by the limits of a PG-rating and how far he can go with his comedy inadvertently forcing him to be more creative with how he comes up with the laughs needed for a 90-minute children's film. And so, how does all of this hype and build-up effect the final product? Well, in many ways this is a disappointment when considering the potential the film had considering the interesting premise, its insanely talented and funny voice cast, and of course the presence of Stoller in the director's chair. Instead of producing anything unique or of distinguishable value Storks more or less plays by the rules of Pixar and DreamWorks movies where the narrative sees a couple of characters going on a quest to achieve a goal that will allow them to discover new things about themselves along the way. There's nothing especially wrong with this structure especially when executed in fun and interesting ways and Storks certainly has its quirks, but more than anything the film feels far too routine to be a product of someone who should have really been challenging themselves.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Unexpected deilvery

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      Jimbo
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      This movie is one of 30 my granddaughter asked for when I requested her to write down movies of interest she liked and provide me a list. This movie was listed as #2 , so when I saw it on sale at Best Buy I had it sent out right away. She told me that it was a very cute and funny story and her mom chimmed in and mentioned it was great for family viewing as her other siblings enjoyed it too! Because it was one of thirty movies, I was able to send her an unexpected delivery in time for her birthday! Thanks Best Buy for a great purchase experience and for the fast shipping!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Fun Stork + Sweet Girl + an Annoying Pigeon

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      MoreMaroon
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      A stork who wants to do his job well is roped in with a failed delivery girl to send a "special" package. The two leads are so much fun to watch and the family's side story is sweet. But this pigeon character really is a big blemish, I think personally. He thinks he's cool and goes "Bro" all day. His accent gets on my nerves and his best parts are when he's in pain. None the less; the rest is funny, well told and heartwarming at the end. Though some jokes might get a little too fast paced like it's trying to be the Lego Movie.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      so that's where they come from

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      JFab
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      Saw this 3d DVD and decided to get it because my granddaughter Shelby kept asking for it. Well, let me state here this is a fun filled movie good for young children and even old guys like me. We had a ton of laughs and she even noted wow papa he might not make it. In the end, well you will just have to see that for yourself . As she noted at the end, "So that's where they come form!!" Pick up a copy and pop some corn pickup those 3d glasses or just watch the blue ray. No pun intended but this animated movie will deliver.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Disappointed at writer. Seriously??!!

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      Liv2Laugh
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      Cute baby. Nice animation. Horrible writing. Few laughs. Struggled to watch through and find age appropriate humor. Can't believe this one made it from the story boards to production. Tulip character was horrendously annoying and the whole story cried out for better writing. Could have been an entertaining story with different editing and more focus on the main characters instead of a hyper bipolar ride that lacks both content and heart. Pass on this one and do something more productive with your time.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      not very appealing storyline or characters

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      DebG
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      An orphaned girl living at the stork factory who just turned 18 accidentally creates a baby that she and a stork must secretly deliver to a family without anyone else at the factory knowing about it. ummmm.... maybe it's just me, but the undertones of the story line kind of weirded me out, and I did not like this movie at all. It was a little bit creepy in a way, and I really didn't find any of the characters in the movie very appealing. There were a few parts that were funny, though.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      One of the Classics!

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      Tamaracrum
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      Ever since I sat in the theater, enraptured with the story and its characters, I've been dying to bring this move home and watch it again and again. I love the visual effects, especially when in 3D. This movie has a great sense of humor, nicely balanced between adults and kids. I loved it, my husband loved it, and all 3 of my kids 8, 14, and 17 loved it. The only thing they can usually agree on is that they need more money and hate school. lol Don't pass this one by!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      DVD

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      MuffyBrown305
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      I was surprised to see that the DVD had Spanish and French subtitles which is always something I care to see in order to enjoy the movie with my daughter and my mother who speak different languages. I usually like to purchase BluRays but I ended up purchasing this DVD since I had the DVD in front of me and I was purchasing some DVD's for birthday presents. My daughter loved the movie and it was great quality as we watched it through our PS4.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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