Jasper (Danny Trejo) in a scene from "Storks."
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The question of "Where do babies come from?" has been answered, throughout movie history, with some unsavory characters. In the case of "Rosemary's Baby," a demonic neighbor was to blame. You'd assume a movie about storks would inevitably be about parenting, but Nicholas Stoller and Doug Sweetland's film is more about maintaining a work-family balance. Junior begins questioning his workplace allegiance while he and Tulip, having accidentally put the baby-making machinery back into action, desperately try to deliver a wished-for baby.To a degree rare in animated movies, "Storks" has assimilated Samberg's comic sensibility in PG form.One clever fight scene with penguins plays out in total quiet, so as not to wake the baby.
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