Storks deliver babies…or at least they used to. Now they deliver packages for a global internet retail giant. Junior, the company’s top delivery stork, is about to be promoted when he accidentally activates the Baby Making Machine, producing an adorable and wholly unauthorized baby girl...

An animation film is directed by Amar Adatia, Peter Peralta follows the adventure of Junior and Tulips. They are colleagues in One day, after Junior accidentally activates the Baby Machine to create an unauthorized babygirl, he gets into troubles. He and Tulips attempt to make their first-ever baby drop - in a wild. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Tanvir C (br) wrote: Storyline very nice! Cleanly Finished! Overall a good movie!"Tension Nahi Leneka Tension Khali Deneka!"....

Ben B (it) wrote: 'London River' has a lot to say about how people view each other, especially of those with different cultures and appearances. After the July 7th, 2005 bombings in London, Elisabeth Sommers (Brenda Blethyn) and Ousmane (Sotigui Kouyate) are unexpectedly brought together with the news of their missing children. Fearing they are dead, Sommers and Ousmane tirelessly search. At the beginning, Sommers is limited by her prejudice towards Ousmane and others of his religion. She does not like being near Muslims and fears for her life. But as the journey goes along she realizes how similar she actually is to Ousmane and that begins an unexpected, but lovely bond. Sommers and Kouyate are the emotional drivers of the film. You truly feel they are suffering this uncertainty and potential tragedy. They play off each other very naturally. Kouyate is especially enthralling as Ousmane in one of his last roles. While some of the message may come off as simple, 'London River' is very effective and can remind viewers of valuable lessons.

Waqas S (fr) wrote: the plot was ordinary.. only thing that made the movie worth watching was Amitabhs presence as the bhooth.

Sarah W (ca) wrote: Very dark, very low-budget, very funny--and very Aussie

sly b (gb) wrote: well it so simple..but very cool

Kris L (jp) wrote: Very well made Canadian movie about a man with a super power.

Tina S (au) wrote: Watch the movie for Meryl but read the book for Nora. I heard Bernstein's ego interfered in the film and it shows.

Levi P (fr) wrote: Godard films take really serious subjects and just make them extremely fun and seemingly harmless. This film is about an erotic dancer who wants to have a child, but her boyfriend doesn(TM)t, so what do they do about it? She sleeps with her stalker, who is given permission to sleep with her by the boyfriend. Talk about taboo subjects!

Mark O (au) wrote: Very enjoyable suspense, great performance from Spencer Tracey

Lanky Man P (ag) wrote: Snipes should have stayed in jail instead of making this film.

Mayank A (br) wrote: It's been said 99% of real war is bore and so is the movie, what the director aim's for is not entertainment but to convey the waste of war. This is an anti-war movie with a realistic take on war, on how unprepared the soldiers are, how boring it is and how they want to avoid meaningless action. Good effort for a low budget movie but could have done better job all around.

Margaret P (us) wrote: Very good film. Anthony Hopkins & Ciiaran Hinds superb as usual. Colin O'Donaghue quite talented.

Dougal S (kr) wrote: A bit of an oddity. Anthology films had a brief spell of popularity in the seventies and were a staple of British company Amicus - of whom this was their last picture.The stories themselves are cheap bits of fluff, the most successful of which being a tale of a film director who winds up in a village full of ghouls who intend to have him for lunch.The surrounding story gives it a camp overtones as Vincent Price invites a writer of horror stories to a London hot spot frequented by the undead for a night of drinking and dancing. The club is obviously where all London's hippest monsters hang out as it's filled with a bunch of people in cheap looking masks gyrating uncomfortably. And as this was at the very turn of the 80s they're entertained by a succession of New Wave acts including BA Robertson singing a song about being a 'sucker for your love' (like a vampire - get it?) These songs are played out in full, presumably to pad out the film a bit and the finale ends with Price himself throwing some shapes on the dancefloor which has to be seen to be believed.So it's as camp as hell, not very scary and cheaply made - but what other film brings you an ageing vampire supping blood from a goblet whilst a bunch of zombies dance to UB40's One in Ten?