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From their earliest cinematic appearance in Georges Méliès's "A Trip to the Moon" in 1902, our conception of life beyond Earth has changed to reflect our hopes and fears, the technology we've mastered, and our growing knowledge of the universe. Watch our depictions of extraterrestrial life change over nearly 100 films and 112 years.

Edited by Adam Schleichkorn and Bryan Menegus.

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Did you grow up in the 90s? Then this supercut trailer is for you! Professional trailer editor indrancole3's 90s Disney supercut features films ranging from The Great Mouse Detective (1986) to Treasure Planet (2002).

I don't know about you, but after watching this, I'm planning a Disney movie marathon this weekend.

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So, sh*t went down for serious at last night's season five finale. People, as they have been all season, are mad. 

Here's a compilation of people being angry. 

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If you haven't seen this type of save in action movies at least 100 times, then you are about to.

This great supercut celebrates the best of the save when one character is about to suffer the dire effects of gravity and the only thing that can stand in the way of that force of physics is a single arm.

Go ahead and have a look. Welcome to summer.

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