Storks is not like any other movie where you think they deliver babies but it delivers commercial packaging for Cornerstone.com. Why is that? Junior (Andy Samberg) is an ambitious stork on his way to be at the top about to be promoted until he accidentally activates the Baby Making Machine. A bundle of trouble is coming. Junior and his friend Tulip (Katie Crown) deliver their first baby drop where that is their true mission. We learn early on, storks don’t deliver babies anymore. They used to, of course—and the baby-making machinery ran like clockwork. But then, one over-zealous stork Jasper (Danny Trejo) became too attached to his newborn charge and accidentally broke the device containing the address of her family. Good news, parents: Storks is bound to entertain you and your little ones. Bad news: Get ready to answer a lot more awkward questions about where babies come from. Storks posits a modern era where birds have changed their business model from dropping off bundles of joy to transporting packages for an Amazon-esque online service. Junior boss is gruff and Hunter (Kelsey Grammer) tells him he has to fire Tulip (Katie Crown).
What do Nate’s parents learn about their priorities in terms of work and family?
They learn to manage in maintaining a healthy mix of silly and sentimental moments no matter how busy they are with their business in real estate. They build their own slide in getting ready for the new baby.