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Metacritic

88

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

Metacritic review by Roger Ebert
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times
75

Finally, a word about John Candy, the Second City-trained performer who has worked with great success on the SCTV shows. Candy, the plump one of the troupe, is more than just a jolly fat man in Stripes. He becomes one of Murray's allies, because his comic persona allows him to be as sharp-witted as the next man. This is a switch, because the fat man in a comedy usually is the butt of a lot of physical humor...The point is this: Candy deserves to star in his own movie. He's that funny.

Metacritic review by Gene Siskel
Gene Siskel
Chicago Tribune
63

IN THE BEGINNING, Ivan Reitman begat Animal House and Animal House begat Meatballs and Meatballs begat Stripes. In the end, the box-office deity surveyed this handiwork and pronounced it good. Good and stale. For you can tamper with the setting, you can fiddle with the cast but, by all that's holy in the land of the cash flow, don't ever mess with a lucrative premise. [27 June 1981]

Metacritic review by Rick Groen
Rick Groen
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)