In this animated ramble from Warner Animation Group—the outfit that brought us The Lego Movie, with its criminally unshakable “Everything Is Awesome” anthem—Andy Samberg provides the voice of Junior, a gregarious, principled stork who doesn’t deliver babies.
That baby, Tulip (voiced by Katie Crown), is now grown up—the only human among the storks, she’s a ditzy live wire with a mess of curly red hair—and she’s Cornerstore.com’s clumsiest, most accident-prone employee.
In his eminent niceness, Junior hesitates, and as the result of this delay, Tulip inadvertently activates the company’s long-dormant automatic babymaking machine.
It plunks out an adorable infant with enormous, blinking fawn eyes, destined to be the baby sister of Nate Gardner (Anton Starkman), a semi-neglected kid whose busy parents (voiced by Ty Burrell and Jennifer Aniston) have resisted his pleas for a sibling.
Instead, they lick her: Their tongues tickle her face with sloppy, feathery strokes.