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STORKS [3D]

STORKS <span>[3D]</span> artwork

STORKS [3D]

Type of media Film

Approved Running time 88m 50s

Release date 14/10/2016

Ratings Info mild slapstick, very mild bad language

Genre(s) Animation

Director(s) Nicholas Stoller,Doug Sweetland

Cast includes Andy Samberg (voice), Jennifer Aniston (voice), Ty Burrell (voice), Kelsey Grammer (voice), Katie Crown (voice), Danny Trejo (voice)

Summary STORKS is an animated film about storks who have stopped delivering babies and now deliver mail order items.

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  • Suitable for all iconU

Ratings info

Ratings info publication date 04/10/2016

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

STORKS is an animated film about storks who have stopped delivering babies and now deliver mail order items.

Violence

There are several moments of mild violence in which characters are struck with objects, but this is presented in a slapstick style and no realistic injury is caused. Other slapstick action includes storks crashing into windows, being trapped in machinery and being chased by aeroplanes, although there are no harmful consequences.

In one scene, a stork produces a knife, but not for use as a weapon. There are also moments of mild threat, such as characters being surrounded by a pack of wolves who then hold them prisoner and threaten to eat them. There is no nasty outcome, but rather a comic resolution to the situation.

Language

There is very mild bad language, including uses of 'bummer' and 'screw up'.

There is also some mild rude humour, such as a steam of liquid hitting a stork when a baby urinates while being carried.

Details

Title
STORKS
Title Information
3D
Year
2016
Distributor(s)
Warner Brothers Entertainment UK Ltd
Classified date(s)
02/09/2016
Main language
English
Submitted run time
88m 50s
Approved footage
7995+0
BBFC reference
AFF334537
Registration number
CFJ40360
Remarks
3D
Note to parents
This version of the film is displayed in the 3D or IMAX format and some younger children may find this a more intense experience

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