Television and Film
- "Origin" (Angel), a 2004 episode of Angel
- Origin (Stargate), the religion of the Ori
- "Origin" (Stargate SG-1), a 2005 episode of Stargate SG-1
- Origin: Spirits of the Past, a 2006 anime movie also known as Gin-iro no Kami no Agito
- Origin (anime), an English title used for the anime series released as SoltyRei
- Original video animation, used in Japanese animation
- X-Men Origins: Wolverine, a 2009 action film, prequel to the X-Men film trilogy.
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“His [O.J. Simpsons] supporters lined the freeway to cheer him on Friday and commentators talked about his tragedy. Did those people see the photographs of the crime scene and the great blackening pools of blood seeping into the sidewalk? Did battered women watch all this on television and realize more vividly than ever before that their lives were cheap and their pain inconsequential?”
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