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Lucca vs. Magus

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Update 10-1-03: Whoo! Daily 4th! Thanks to everyone that liked this movie enough to get us there :)

Well, here it is. HIDE THE CHILDREN. This movie marks Tadepec Studios' first official, collaborated product -- a 7 minute long movie parodying the state of pop flash culture. This film takes a look into horribly redundant sprite movies, skate movies, and other NG fiascos.

Tadepec Studios consists of Jimmy (JimonG5) and Justin (Adept Omega). After a few years of teaching ourselves flash, learning from one another, and releasing our own, individual movies, we have finally pooled our efforts together to create this movie, "Lucca VS Magus."

Enjoy!

Information about this movie:
Running time: Approximately 7 minutes
Production time: About a month and a half
Over 12200 Frames
24 FPS
11 Scenes
3 Easter Eggs
and way too many layers.

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A giant pile of memes

Before memes were even widely known as memes this little video showed us things we never knew we wanted to see. With references to Dragon Ball Z, Sonic the Hedgehog and more, it basically makes fun of everything while making use of Chrono Trigger characters (Your parent's favorite RPG for the SNES).

PS. After the movie is over, click on Magus for something special.

Props to the author, over 7 years later and this is still entertaining.

This is good flash.

I enjoyed that very much. That was funny as hell. Keep em coming, you're a great artist.

Great movie

it was the best

lol haha

thats amazing the whole thing vegeta has a juke box following him around

Where's that song from...

Awesome flash, this, but I always wondered... that song that plays when Lucca's fighting the Banana Lock... what song is it? Name? Game? The flash kinda lacks a real credits roll...

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Score
4.00 / 5.00

Uploaded
Sep 30, 2003
11:12 PM EDT
Genre
Comedy - Parody
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  • Daily 4th Place October 2, 2003