History UsefulNotes / Philippines

10th May '18 2:07:06 AM hariboneagle927
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* ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' features [[http://entertainment.inquirer.net/271911/where-in-the-philippines-was-a-scene-from-avengers-infinity-war-shot the Banaue Rice Terraces]] at the last scene of the movie where Thanos emerges from a hut and watches the sunset in satisfaction [[spoiler:after destroying half of the universe's population, including majority of the superheroes]].

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* The last scene from ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' features where Thanos emerges from a hut and watches the sunset in satisfaction [[spoiler:after destroying half of the universe's population, including majority of the superheroes]] was shot at the [[http://entertainment.inquirer.net/271911/where-in-the-philippines-was-a-scene-from-avengers-infinity-war-shot the Banaue Rice Terraces]] at the last Terraces]]. However that scene of was set [[https://www.cnet.com/news/avengers-infinity-war-where-does-thanos-go-at-the-end/ in an unnamed alien planet]] rather than the movie where Thanos emerges from a hut and watches the sunset in satisfaction [[spoiler:after destroying half of the universe's population, including majority of the superheroes]]. Philippines according to [[WordOfSaintPaul Kelly Port, visual effects supervisor]].
30th Apr '18 2:43:12 AM sayaleviathan
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* ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' features [[http://entertainment.inquirer.net/271911/where-in-the-philippines-was-a-scene-from-avengers-infinity-war-shot the Banaue Rice Terraces]] at the last scene of the movie where Thanos emerges from a hut and watches the sunset in satisfaction [[spoiler:after destroying half of the universe's population, including majority of the superheroes]].
27th Apr '18 10:41:23 PM mlsmithca
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* In ''VideoGame/KantaiCollection'' it's 2017 Fall Event is focused in [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Leyte_Gulf Battle of Leyte Gulf]] the largest Naval battle in world war 2.
17th Apr '18 12:17:41 AM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' is about Haik, the [[CharacterTitle title's native Tagalog sea-god,]] who is masquerading as a Fil-Australian as he reconnects with his [[ReincarnationRomance reincarnated Fil-American wife Mirasol.]] [[TheIllegal He's been mistaken for an undocumented immigrant]] and in addition to his current problem of running from ICE, he's struggling to deal with centuries' worth of trauma from the DeathOfTheOldGods (one of whom was [[AdultFear his unborn daughter]]). The story is a patchwork of semi-fictional {{Mythopoeia}} with a heavily Polynesian slant, often through his and Mirasol's past-life flashbacks. In-story, Haik is a folk-memory of Paikea the Whale-Rider from New Zealand, but later chapters reveal he's [[DecompositeCharacter one of the Tagalog counterparts]] to [[spoiler: ''Maui.'']]

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' is about Haik, the [[CharacterTitle title's native Tagalog sea-god,]] who is masquerading as a Fil-Australian as he reconnects with his [[ReincarnationRomance reincarnated Fil-American wife Mirasol.]] [[TheIllegal He's been mistaken for an undocumented immigrant]] and in addition to his current problem of running from ICE, he's struggling to deal with centuries' worth centuries of trauma from the DeathOfTheOldGods (one of whom was [[AdultFear his unborn daughter]]). The story is a patchwork of semi-fictional {{Mythopoeia}} with a heavily Polynesian slant, often through his and Mirasol's past-life flashbacks. In-story, Haik is a folk-memory of Paikea the Whale-Rider from New Zealand, but later chapters reveal he's also [[DecompositeCharacter one of the Tagalog counterparts]] to [[spoiler: ''Maui.'']]Maui.
15th Apr '18 6:48:48 PM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' is about Haik, the [[CharacterTitle title's native Tagalog sea-god,]] who is masquerading as a Fil-Australian as he reconnects with his [[ReincarnationRomance reincarnated Fil-American wife Mirasol.]] [[TheIllegal He's been mistaken for an undocumented immigrant]] and in addition to the current problem of hiding from ICE, he's struggling to deal with centuries' worth of trauma from the DeathOfTheOldGods. The story is a patchwork of semi-fictional {{Mythopoeia}} with a heavily Polynesian slant, often through his and Mirasol's past-life flashbacks. In-story, Haik is a folk-memory of Paikea the Whale-Rider from New Zealand, but later chapters reveal he's [[DecompositeCharacter one of the Tagalog counterparts]] to [[spoiler: ''Maui.'']]

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' is about Haik, the [[CharacterTitle title's native Tagalog sea-god,]] who is masquerading as a Fil-Australian as he reconnects with his [[ReincarnationRomance reincarnated Fil-American wife Mirasol.]] [[TheIllegal He's been mistaken for an undocumented immigrant]] and in addition to the his current problem of hiding running from ICE, he's struggling to deal with centuries' worth of trauma from the DeathOfTheOldGods.DeathOfTheOldGods (one of whom was [[AdultFear his unborn daughter]]). The story is a patchwork of semi-fictional {{Mythopoeia}} with a heavily Polynesian slant, often through his and Mirasol's past-life flashbacks. In-story, Haik is a folk-memory of Paikea the Whale-Rider from New Zealand, but later chapters reveal he's [[DecompositeCharacter one of the Tagalog counterparts]] to [[spoiler: ''Maui.'']]
15th Apr '18 6:47:21 PM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' is about Haik, the [[CharacterTitle title's native Tagalog sea-god,]] who is masquerading as a Fil-Australian as he reconnects with his [[ReincarnationRomance reincarnated Fil-American wife Mirasol.]] [[TheIllegal He's been mistaken for an undocumented immigrant]] and in addition to the current problem of hiding from ICE, he's struggling to deal with centuries' worth of trauma from the DeathOfTheOldGods. The story is a patchwork of semi-fictional {{Mythopoeia}} with a heavily Polynesian slant, often through his and Mirasol's past-life flashbacks. In-story, Haik is a folk-memory of Paikea the Whale-Rider from New Zealand, but later chapters reveal he's [[DecompositeCharacter one of the Tagalog counterparts]] to [[spoiler: ''Maui.'']]
12th Apr '18 7:54:49 PM Odacon_Spy
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* ''Series/TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace'', the second series in the ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' anthology, focuses on the life of Filipino-American SerialKiller Andrew Cunanan, and his murder of the titular fashion mogul. Towards the end of the series, Cunanan travels to the Philippines itself to [[CallingTheOldManOut confront his father Modesto]] at his decrepit bungalow in Baliuag.

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* ''Series/TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace'', the second series in the ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' anthology, focuses on the life of Filipino-American SerialKiller Andrew Cunanan, and his murder of the titular fashion mogul. Towards the end of the series, Cunanan travels to the Philippines itself to [[CallingTheOldManOut confront his father Modesto]] at his decrepit bungalow in Baliuag.
Baliuag, Bulacan.
12th Apr '18 7:54:07 PM Odacon_Spy
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* ''Series/TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace'', the second series in the ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' anthology, focuses on the life of Andrew Cunanan, a Filipino-American SerialKiller, and his murder of the titular fashion mogul. Towards the end of the series, Cunanan travels to the Philippines itself to [[CallingTheOldManOut confront his father Modesto]] at his decrepit bungalow in Baliuag.

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* ''Series/TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace'', the second series in the ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' anthology, focuses on the life of Andrew Cunanan, a Filipino-American SerialKiller, SerialKiller Andrew Cunanan, and his murder of the titular fashion mogul. Towards the end of the series, Cunanan travels to the Philippines itself to [[CallingTheOldManOut confront his father Modesto]] at his decrepit bungalow in Baliuag.
12th Apr '18 7:53:08 PM Odacon_Spy
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* The second ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' series, ''Series/TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace'', focuses on the life of Filipino-American SerialKiller Andrew Cunanan and his murder of the titular fashon mogul. Towards the end of the series, Cunanan travels to the Philippines itself to [[CallingTheOldManOut confront his father Modesto]] at his decrepit bungalow in Baliuag.

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* The second ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' series, ''Series/TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace'', the second series in the ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' anthology, focuses on the life of Andrew Cunanan, a Filipino-American SerialKiller Andrew Cunanan SerialKiller, and his murder of the titular fashon fashion mogul. Towards the end of the series, Cunanan travels to the Philippines itself to [[CallingTheOldManOut confront his father Modesto]] at his decrepit bungalow in Baliuag.
12th Apr '18 12:21:09 PM Odacon_Spy
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* The second ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' series, ''Series/TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace'', focuses on the titular fashion mogul's murderer, Filipino-American serial killer Andrew Cunanan. Towards the end of the series, Cunanan travels to the Philippines itself to [[CallingTheOldManOut confront his father Modesto]] at his decrepit bungalow in Baliuag.

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* The second ''Series/AmericanCrimeStory'' series, ''Series/TheAssassinationOfGianniVersace'', focuses on the titular fashion mogul's murderer, life of Filipino-American serial killer SerialKiller Andrew Cunanan.Cunanan and his murder of the titular fashon mogul. Towards the end of the series, Cunanan travels to the Philippines itself to [[CallingTheOldManOut confront his father Modesto]] at his decrepit bungalow in Baliuag.
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