The emotional core of “Storks,” with Junior and Tulip bonding through their adventures and making new friends along the way, is that family is what you make of it.
The emotional core of “Storks,” with Junior and Tulip bonding through their adventures and making new friends along the way, is that family is what you make of it. Warner Bros.
The emotional core of “Storks,” with Junior and Tulip bonding through their adventures and making new friends along the way, is that family is what you make of it. Warner Bros.

Movie review: ‘Storks’ is wildly weird, strangely moving

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