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Triumph des Erdbeere

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Aug 15, 2010 | 12:00 AM EDT

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The last ever CabbageClock movie.

In 1938, the legendary director StrawberryClock undertook a cinematic project with the ambition of simultaneously encompassing all genres in the universe. The result was a thundering success, unanimously hailed by critics as a transcendent masterwork, and proved influential to the greatest directors produced by the 20th century. The author himself, StrawberryClock, remained strikingly humble of his vast success, making few public appearances and refusing interviews until his resurgence in 2001.

"Triumph des Erdbeere" was released in France as "Crême Fraise" and in Poland as "slacnoi phoizk BITCH HAMMER yugov". Due to the popularity of Strawberry Clock IV, the Clock Crew has decided to resubmit classics like this. Enjoy!



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


i laughed really hard @ tha car chase gj


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Just what I expected

not as funny, but much better presentation-wise.

loved how strawberry could jump off of mars, pass jupiter then land on earth


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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


At first I thought this going to be shit because the first joke with bees sucked like.. like... dust on the cake.

But then it become really funny!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Creative and funny!

If Strawberry Clock had your knowledge and skills in Flash and Photoshop nine to ten years ago, he would have been a true king of the Portal. To be honest, I don't mind you Clock/Lock guys as long as you produce quality cartoons and aren't annoying other users. Sure, the use of imported graphics will piss off a lot of people, just like sprite movies, but there hasn't been any notable imported photo animations since 2002 with the exception of the Kubby Chronicles. With that out of the way...

In terms of graphics, they may consist of imported pictures, but the pics used were of good quality and well animated. Plus, I like how you mixed monochrome and full colors together, creating a mixed media effect. However, in the car chase scene, the wheels on the Aston Martin had no animation. In the sound department, I like the songs that you selected for the BGM. The voices may not be the best, but I also like how you mixed those ripped from various movies and the text-to-speech kind. The only problem with this is that it goes out of sync with the animation on older computers. Then there's the content: for a polarizing bunch of users on this site, I thought it was pretty funny. Plus, the directing for something like this puts many well-known series to shame.

What I do like:
-Nice use of manipulated photos
-Nice mix between monochrome and full color.
-Funny and well directed.
-Nice mix between real voices and text to speech.

What I don't like:
-The fact that this is a Clock movie, which haters will bash regardless of how good or bad it is.
-Not everyone will like how random this is.
-Could have been optimized better.
-Imported photos and soundbytes will put off snobbish dickheads or anyone else opposed to such.

Overall: If all Clock movies were like this, the Clock Crew wouldn't be so polarizing on NG. Here's a nine out of ten for proving that not all Clock movies suck.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Randomly delicious


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