Lunchtime Movie Review

Stripes (1981)

Episode #88

Columbia Pictures Corporation released Stripes on June 26, 1981. Ivan Reitman directed the film starring Bill Murray, John Candy, and Harold Ramis.

‘Stripes’ Movie Summary

On the day New York City slacker John Winger loses everything he holds dear, he decides clean up his life and join the army. He talks his best buddy, Russell, an unenthusiastic English teacher, into signing up with him after telling him about all the free meals, exotic locales, and hot pussy he will be swimming in. Unfortunately for the boys, they must first survive their demanding drill sergeant, Sergeant Hulka. However, two beautiful MPs named Stella and Louise and seem to like them. So they have that going for them, which is nice.

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