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    The movie follows cab driverĀ John Winger,Ā who decides to ask his best friend to join the army together afterĀ losingĀ his job, his apartment, his car, and his girlfriend. Once in boot camp, John becomes the unofficial leader for his platoon, made up mostly of other misfits and assorted losers.
    Duration: 106 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1981
    IMDb: 6.9
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  • Actors of "Stripes"

  • Characters of "Stripes"

    John. Character of Stripes
    Played by: Bill Murray
    Russell Ziskey. Character of Stripes
    Played by: Harold Ramis
    Sgt. Hulka. Character of Stripes
    Played by: Warren Oates
    Stella. Character of Stripes
    Played by: P.J. Soles
    Louise. Character of Stripes
    Played by: Sean Young
    Ox. Character of Stripes
    Played by: John Candy
    Capt. Stillman. Character of Stripes
    Col. Glass. Character of Stripes
    Played by: Lance LeGault
  • Directors of "Stripes"

    Ivan Reitman. Director of Stripes
    Ivan Reitman
    Birthdate: 27 October 1946, KomƔrno, Czechoslovakia [now Slovak Republic]
  • Creators of "Stripes"

    Len Blum. Director of Stripes
    Len Blum
    Birthdate: 1951, Montreal, QuƩbec, Canada
    Daniel Goldberg. Director of Stripes
    Daniel Goldberg
  • Critic Reviews of "Stripes"

    Washington Post
    December 18, 2015

    The premise and star remain out of whack until the rambling, diffuse screenplay finally struggles beyond basic training.

    TIME Magazine
    October 05, 2008

    Stripes will keep potential felons off the streets for two hours. Few people seem to be asking, these days, that movies do more.

    Chicago Reader
    April 01, 2008

    The balance of the film consists of time-tested commercial material, most of which is still working fine.

    Time Out
    February 09, 2006

    [Reitmam] manages a reasonable success rate at pulling off the numerous verbal and sight gags with which the script is peppered.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    October 23, 2004

    An anarchic slob movie, a celebration of all that is irreverent, reckless, foolhardy, undisciplined, and occasionally scatological. It's a lot of fun.

    New York Times
    August 30, 2004

    Mr. Murray hasn't yet reached the point at which his routines can be sustained for more than 10 minutes at a time. But he has achieved a sardonically exaggerated calm that can be very entertaining.

    Common Sense Media
    April 26, 2016

    Comic '80s military romp has violence, nudity, language.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    September 29, 2014

    Benefits immensely from being graded on a curve: it's no Ghostbusters, but it's no Police Academy either.

    September 25, 2009

    Murray's insouciant Sixties clowning survives being parachuted into the Eighties

    TV Guide
    April 01, 2008

    An often hilarious film that provided Bill Murray with a perfect opportunity in which to display his comedic skills.

    April 01, 2008

    With a cast that consists largely of Saturday Night Live veterans, laughs are guaranteed, not least from a hilarious Murray.

    Fantastica Daily
    October 21, 2005

    The first hour of Stripes is side-splittingly hilarious. Unfortunately, it fizzles a bit once Warren Oates' Sgt. "The Big Toe" Hulka disappears.

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