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FAMILY: Animated Warner Bros movie Storks screening at the Mudgee Town Hall

FAMILY: Animated Warner Bros movie Storks screening at the Mudgee Town Hall

Remember how storks used to deliver babies in old cartoons? Surely, few children have ever believed this legend – which was exploited with special brilliance in the Disney classic Dumbo – but it has come in handy over the years for parents keen to avoid talking about sex.

Jack Reacher

Jack Reacher

The notion is revived in the frenetic, largely unworkable Storks, an all-ages computer-animated comedy devised by the prolific Nicholas Stoller, known for more adult entertainments such as Bad Neighbours 2.

You may be wondering: Where do the storks get these babies in the first place? In Stoller's vision, they come shooting out of chutes at a steampunk baby factory, which suggests both a pinball machine and a fairground ride.

In the film's present day, however, the storks have long since given up on babies – which can, after all, be obtained from other sources – and reinvented themselves as a parcel service in the manner of Amazon.

But when the factory whirs to life once more, the go-getting hero, Junior (Andy Samberg), is launched on an unexpected mission, accompanied by his sassy yet accident-prone human sidekick Tulip (Katie Crown) who still yearns to find her real family.

Also screening at the Mudgee Town Hall Theatre this weekend is Jack Reacher: Never go back. 

In the second installment, the plot follows Jack Reacher (Tom Cruise) going on-the-run with an Army Major who has been framed for espionage.

Screening times: 

Friday, November 4 

7.00pm   Jack Reacher

Saturday, November 5

11.00am  Storks

2.00pm   Storks

4.30 pm   Jack Reacher

7.30pm    Jack Reacher

Sunday, November 6 

11.00am  Storks

2.00pm   Storks

4.30 pm  Jack Reacher

Tickets are available online at (search for Mudgee) or Mudgee Town Hall Cinema Facebook until 4pm on Friday. 

Tickets can also be purchased at Mudgee Library on Friday, December 2 between 1pm and 4pm or at the theatre on the weekend unless sold out. 

The Town Hall movies are presented by the Rotary Clubs of Mudgee and Mid-Western Regional Council. 


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