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Gayle On Film: 'Widows'

Gayle On Film: 'Widows'

Oscar winning director Steve McQueen and writer Gillian Flynn certainly know how to entertain audiences with a different kind of storytelling. What makes "Widows" so watchable is the story and the players hired to deliver the drama and action. Viola Davis leads with precision as the wife of a big time thief (Liam Neeson). He and his buddies are caught in a robbery gone bad. To make it worse for their widows and girlfriends (Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki), the money was taken from a really bad guy played by Daniel Kaluuya (who's willing to put them all in a sunken place), and he sends the bill to the ladies. This movies engages on multiple levels of race, politics, graft, gentrification, class and privilege, and there are twists and turns (some telegraphed) as the ladies attempt a heist of their own to pay the money back, but it's definitely a solid ride when the dust settles.  View Now
Gayle On Film: 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald'

Gayle On Film: 'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald'

While this story exists in the Harry Potter universe, it would be a mistake to expect the same kind of story. The film opens with an intense and daring prison escape and settles into becoming what most second films in a trilogy are — lots of exposition becoming a link to the big denouement in the final film. Gone is the whimsy of our favorite magical creature lover, or as we mere muggles would say animal lover, Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne). The creature hunter is asked to skip his day job and hunt for someone — a little difficult as Newt has been forbidden to leave England for nearly destroying New York (see the first Newt film "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" for a full explanation of that). More importantly, Newt is asked to choose sides in a political battle. As this is decades before Voldemort is on the scene, the villain Grindelwald (a non-pirate version of Johnny Depp) is the one causing lots of mischiefs. Grindelwald is sneakier and more polished, but he's just as evil as "He Who Must Not Be Named." Now if all this is lost on you, you may be lost seeing this tale. Heavy are the doses of magical family lines and characters that will the uninitiated flummoxed. However, for diehards, it's just another film to bide your time until the next one rolls out.    View Now

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What Famous Movie Takes Place In Your State?

What Famous Movie Takes Place In Your State?

You might be surprised to learn that there's been a movie that takes place in all 50 states. While we tend to consider California and New York the main entertainment centers, other parts of the country have been used as movie sets. Test yourself by watching these 50 people try to guess their state's most famous movie as part of Condé Nast Traveler's "Culturally Speaking" series.   View Now

Animals

Creator Of The 'Dog Cheese' Trend Joins RTM

Creator Of The 'Dog Cheese' Trend Joins RTM

Sometimes when you have a dog, you like to do dumb things with them just for laughs. Like Matt Elias who loves two things, throwing cheese and his dog. So he decided to combine the two and throw cheese on his dog. That should have been the end of it, but the video he filmed started a viral sensation. No joke. View Now
Even Snakes Deserve To Be Rescued

Even Snakes Deserve To Be Rescued

We see plenty of dog and cat rescues, but sometimes our scaly friends need our help too. Like this cobra in India who got stuck in the stones of a well. A young man from the Wildlife Rescue Society had to repel down and attempt to maneuver the large snake into a small bag. And over on a farm in Paraguay, a planter stopped working, so when they looked in the engine, they found a small snake stuck inside one of the parts. It takes bravery to save a snake, so kudos to these two guys! View Now

Celebrity

British Ad Showcases Elton John's Musical Journey

British Ad Showcases Elton John's Musical Journey

If you're familiar with the U.K., you may know the John Lewis & Partners department stores. You may also be familar with their annual Christmas ads, usually featuring an emotional storyline and covers of popular songs by popular artists. This year is a bit different, but the commercial is still extremely touching. Named "The Boy and The Piano," the ad stars Elton John and takes us back through his illustrious career, all centering around his piano playing. View Now
Migos Crash 'Carpool Karaoke'

Migos Crash 'Carpool Karaoke'

We love "Carpool Karaoke" with James Corden, and this might be the funniest combination yet! When James wants to try to get around some traffic he calls upon Takeoff, Quavo and Offset from the hip-hop group "Migos." Who knew the guys liked Whitney Houston and that they created "the Dab?" Of course, they also need to go on a massive shopping spree with all the money they brought with them, and James gets some cool new threads. And don't miss when they all add some sweet sounds to "Sweet Caroline." View Now

Love is in the Air

Waiter Falls To The Ground, Then Breaks Out In Song

Waiter Falls To The Ground, Then Breaks Out In Song

Do you ever wish you had an impromptu musical performer on hand to make life's magical moments even more magical? Singers Secreto in the UK does just that. You can hire someone to pretend to be a waiter, chef, photographer, etc., they'll create a distraction and then BOOM, they bust out in song and create a beautiful moment. You can use the service for pretty much anything, and it's guaranteed to be a hit. View Now
There's A Marriage Proposal Inside The Rock

There's A Marriage Proposal Inside The Rock

Shaelie loves geodes, a fact that is not lost her boyfriend Marcus. While they were out looking for geodes, they found one that looked like it was already slightly cracked open. Guess what? There was an engagement ring inside! No, it wasn't a naturally occurring ring, it was placed there by Marcus so he could propose to Shaelie. via CholoCinema View Now
A Very 'Titanic' Proposal!

A Very 'Titanic' Proposal!

If you've ever seen the movie "Titanic," you know one of the most infamous scenes is when Jack joins Rose for a first-class dinner, later giving her a note to meet him at the clock tower by the Grand Staircase. The clock tower is also the setting for many important parts of the movie, so keep that in mind as you watch this video! View Now

RTM Hall of Fame

Best Guess: Leap Frog, Gender Reveal & Bathroom Surprise

Best Guess: Leap Frog, Gender Reveal & Bathroom Surprise

Our hosts have seen so many viral videos, they think they know it all. That's why producer Jack Moran is putting their expertise to the test with everyone's favorite game, "Best Guess!" They'll watch the beginning of three videos and try to guess what happens next. Will it make you laugh or cry? Will it be a fail or a win? Let's find out! View Now
Guard Kitty Keeps Evil Real Estate Agent At Bay

Guard Kitty Keeps Evil Real Estate Agent At Bay

Poor real estate agent Cassie Sonnentag was just trying to show a house, but the kitty who lives there had other plans. Cassie tries to get past the cat several times, but kitty is having none of it. It hisses and jumps at her, claws out, any time she tries to make a move. Now, we're not saying all cats are evil, but we're also not saying this cat isn't evil. View Now
'Alexa, Play Baby Shark!'

'Alexa, Play Baby Shark!'

When you want to hear "Baby Shark" nothing is going to stop you! Mom Cryssy Turner shared this hilarious video of her daughter Zoé pleading for Alexa to please play her favorite song. When the device finally understands what the 2-year-old and Cryssy are saying, she's just so happy! Absolutely adorable. View Now