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Storks is a movie starring Andy Samberg, Katie Crown, and Kelsey Grammer. 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...

Genres
Animation, Fantasy, Family, Comedy, Adventure
Director
Doug Sweetland, Nicholas Stoller
Starring
Jennifer Aniston, Katie Crown, Andy Samberg, Kelsey Grammer

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Product details

Genres Animation, Fantasy, Family, Comedy, Adventure
Director Doug Sweetland, Nicholas Stoller
Writer Nicholas Stoller
Stars Jennifer Aniston, Katie Crown, Andy Samberg, Kelsey Grammer
Country USA
Also Known As Cicogne in missione, Khasidoudes, Gandru siuntu tarnyba, Storkarna, Cigueñas, Čapí dobrodružství, Bociany, Storkene, Cigognes et compagnie, Cegonhas, Cegonhas: A História que não te Contaram, Cigüeñas: La historia que no te contaron, Haikarat, Rode, Berzele, Stārķi, Štorklje, コウノトリ大作戦!, Leylekler, Les cigognes, Πελαργοί, Cigüeñas, Gólyák, Tieu doi co bay, Cigonyes, 送子鳥, Störche - Abenteuer im Anflug
Runtime 1 h 27 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description For generations, the storks of Stork Mountain delivered babies to families around the world, until one stork named Jasper attempted to keep an infant girl for himself. Jasper accidentally destroyed the infant's address beacon and went into exile. Unable to deliver the orphaned girl, the storks adopted her under the name Tulip. CEO stork Hunter discontinued baby delivery in favor of package delivery with Cornerstore.com. Eighteen years later, Tulip, now a young adult, tries to promote new ideas for Cornerstore, which backfire and cause the company to lose stocks..

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Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 21:01

There's always something a little off about animated films. Some are too cartoony, some too dark, some too dark for the little ones. And I can understand that, but Disney has been the only studio to get away with this. From the studio that gave us The Incredibles, a film that was funny, but not for the whole family. And then to come along with the worst animated film of all time, Sleeping Beauty, which was as bad as it was amusing. With the exception of Beauty and the Beast, every animated film Disney has done since has been in the 10/10 category. So we can't be surprised when it comes to The Princess and the Frog. The film is based on a cartoon character from the 1930's, and we can see a few nods to that cartoon in the film. But really, what we have is a great family movie. The story is about Princess Fiona and her dog Pugsley who is the last of his kind, and they are supposed to have a baby. But they both grow up and are adopted by a group of New Yorkers. But their problems soon turn to anger when their new neighbors, the Snails, decide to make a movie about their lives. They don't tell the Snails that they're real, and as a result they kidnap Princess Fiona and are ready to eat her alive. And this is where the story takes a turn for the worst. The plot isn't the worst thing in the world. It's quite engaging, the characters are all likable, and the acting is very good. But the problem with the plot is that it's predictable. There are a lot of ways this could go wrong, and when you've seen it, you know exactly what's going to happen. So the ending is really disappointing, and it's really an embarrassment for the movie. Still, the story is enjoyable, and it's not as bad as it could have been. The animation is great. It's a Disney animation. The story is decent. The characters are likable, and the acting is great. All in all, The Princess and the Frog is a very good family movie.


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