From the same studios that brought us the wildly popular Lego Movie comes a brand new adventure. that entertain families across the world. No matter what type of film I’m watching I tend to be very critical, but with Storks, I didn’t find anything that bothered me.
No annoying characters or cliche moments in the film that made it difficult for someone my age to enjoy the movie as much as Joy, my little sister. Andy Samberg as Junior the Stork is easily the most relate-able character throughout the story. What I really like about Storks is the range of everything it delivers; comedy, a plethora of morals and lessons, and a dynamic cast of characters. So before I spoil too much, let me tell you why you need to bring somebirdy to watch Storks with you ( I’m sorry ).
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Andy Samberg: You know him from Saturday Night Live, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the same person who brought you viral hits with The Lonely Island. Most of the comedy in this film is classic Andy Samberg, and that’s why I’m so fond of it, the awkwardness and hilarious faults in logic give this movie charm. Speaking from an adult’s perspective who might be taking their child to see this in theaters, I would think that Andy’s humor would keep viewers heavily invested. The best part is Andy’s humor isn’t watered down but still family friendly.
The Characters: Everyone from the hilarious pack of wolves played by Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele to the highly energetic Tulip played by Katie Crown, in Storks is dynamic. I don’t want to spoil anything, but I think two of the most memorable performances in this film will come from either the pack of wolves, or from the incredibly pretentious Pidgeon Toady. I say this because Pidgeon Toady accurately resembles that one person we all know who always thinks they’re ahead of their game, but aren’t. The wolf pack, on the other hand, are easily lovable and can apparently transform into any vehicle of their liking.
The Message: I believe Storks will teach a lot of people that they’re perfect the way they are, whether they’re a pigeon, stork or hawk. One of the biggest scenes that caught my attention was one that showed storks delivering babies to all types of families, interracial, gay, and lesbian families received children and we’re able to start happy families like the rest of us. Furthermore, a couple of scenes remind parents to give their children their undivided attention because kids will become adults within the blink of an eye.
Overall, Storks is a fantastic movie and well polished. As listed before, the comedy, morals, and cast are superb, and I’m sure it’ll keep you and your family laughing and entertained throughout the entire hour and thirty minutes. So if you’re looking for a fun night out with your family, you know what to do.
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#STORKS flys into theaters on September 23!
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