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Prank Calling Mom From Fake Jail

Prank Calling Mom From Fake Jail

There’s this gut wrenching trend going around where people call their parents and pretend like they’re calling from prison. They make the computer sound like an automated collect call intro before the sobbing and acting comes into play. Lauren’s mom is definitely believing this is real before she FINALLY tells her it's fake. View Now
Gayle on Film: 'Marry Me'

Gayle on Film: 'Marry Me'

Marry Me Jennifer Lopez is playing a pop star who's looking for love - not quite a big stretch for Lopez who actually can act. When she dumps her fiancé (Maluma) in the middle of their wedding that's become a cultural moment and instead marries a math teacher (Owen Wilson) who happens to be in the audience, you know where this is going. It puts the P in predictable, but it has just that kind of cuteness you come to expect from these kind of rom-coms. View Now
Gayle On Film: 'The Power of the Dog'

Gayle On Film: 'The Power of the Dog'

The Power of the Dog Jane Campion's "The Power of the Dog" is the best film of 2021. This film is part mystery, romance and family elegy thanks to Campion's brilliant direction, and Ari Wegner's magnificent cinematography. Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst, Kodi Smit-McPhee and Jesse Plemons power their way with deep, spare and well-rounded performances. View Now
Gayle On Film: 'Death on the Nile'

Gayle On Film: 'Death on the Nile'

Death on the Nile If you haven't seen Kenneth Branagh's "Death on the Nile," you should see his second shot at the Agatha Christie canon. It is a visually sumptuous mystery that unfolds with perfect pacing and dramatic flair. Of note, colorblind casting is also a nice deviation from the standard Christie story. View Now
Gayle On Film: 'Cyrano'

Gayle On Film: 'Cyrano'

Cyrano Put actor Peter Dinklage in a movie, any kind of movie, and he will likely delight you. As the titular character in "Cyrano," he and the rest of the cast, act, sing and carry along an above-average adaptation of the classic story of a man whose words help his true love fall for another man. The production design, costumes and casting make this story of Cyrano de Bergerac watchable. However, as good as the film is, most of the music is its albatross. It's clunky and monotonous, and most unfortunately, not memorable. View Now
Letting The Pens Choose Your Fate

Letting The Pens Choose Your Fate

The "pen in cup challenge" is taking TikTok by storm. People are doing it to make all sorts of decisions by asking their questions and attempting to throw a pen into a cup to get their answer. 2goodmarshall used the challenge to make some very important work-based decisions, including whether or not he should even go to work! If you ask us, it looks like he already had his mind made up before even throwing a single pen! View Now
The Sound Of A Trumpet In Jell-O Goes Viral

The Sound Of A Trumpet In Jell-O Goes Viral

When the internet was first invented, we don't think its creators ever thought this would come of it. Sammy Haig posted a video on TikTok of him playing the trumpet into a bowl of Jell-O. If that wasn't strange enough, folks on the internet loved it and ran with it. Now, the trumpet Jell-O sound is being used for countless other videos, each more hilarious than the next. Thanks, internet! via ViralHog View Now
Stuntman Flies Through Minibus At 50 MPH

Stuntman Flies Through Minibus At 50 MPH

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a...wait what just happened? Stuntman Evgeny Chebotarev's viral flight through a minibus had people all over the internet (including us!) scratching their heads as to how he pulled it off. Luckily, we here at RTM are super sleuths...and Evgeny just revealed how he did it. While laying on a makeshift structure the height of a windshield, a minibus raced at him at 50 miles per hour, making it appear as though he flew through it. View Now
Everyone's Sticking LED Lights Up Their Noses!

Everyone's Sticking LED Lights Up Their Noses!

We love the internet because when someone figures out something silly — say like sticking LED lights up your nose to look like Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer — everyone wants to try it. Liliana Battistini was messing around in her room when she figured out just that trick and posted it to her TikTok. Before she knew it, the idea went viral. Folks everywhere are now sticking LED lights up their noses. That's not something we thought we'd ever say. View Now
Deck The Dogs In Festive Fashions

Deck The Dogs In Festive Fashions

Fa la la la la, la la la la! These dogs are beginning to look a lot like Christmas thanks to groomer Gabriel Feitosa, who has gone viral on TikTok for creating their festive looks. First up, Teddy (whose video has over two million views) has us singing “You’re a cute one, Mr. Grinch!" Meanwhile, Santa’s little helper is a jolly happy soul with his candy cane pants and a starry bum and tail all trimmed with lights! Don’t worry, all of the dyes are vegan, FDA-approved and animal-friendly. View Now
If He Can't Speak Your Language, You Get Free Sushi!

If He Can't Speak Your Language, You Get Free Sushi!

Most people are lucky if they can speak two languages. Wouter Corduwener can speak 29 different languages at all different levels! He took to the streets of Amsterdam in the Netherlands to challenge people to speak their language with him. If he didn't know it, they got a free sushi dish from Restaurant GENKI. We're definitely downloading a language learning app after watching this! View Now
Hilariously Random Viral Video Revives 2019 Trend

Hilariously Random Viral Video Revives 2019 Trend

“Everything old is new again” can be a trend in more than just fashion. Maria Sabino posted a video of her best friend Logan closing her laptop and getting out of bed. Logan’s dressed topsy turvy, with pants on her torso, socks on her hands and a hoodie on her legs, making it look like she’s closing her laptop with her feet and doing a handstand while she “walks” away from the bed. View Now
Viral Cardboard Cutout Prank Lands Creator His Own Influencer Meal — Kyle Scheele Joins RTM

Viral Cardboard Cutout Prank Lands Creator His Own Influencer Meal — Kyle Scheele Joins RTM

A genius prank ended with a TikToker getting his own influencer meal and the chance to donate $20,000 to No Kid Hungry. Kyle Scheele is an inspirational speaker, author and man with great ideas. When he learned that the employees of his local Kum & Go convenience store didn't know where their cardboard cutouts came from, he seized the opportunity to do something crazy. He created a life-sized cardboard cutout of himself advertising the nonexistent "Kyle Scheele Meal" and snuck it into the store. View Now
Man Uses The Power Of His Viral Video To Pay It Forward

Man Uses The Power Of His Viral Video To Pay It Forward

Viral videos are the name of the game here at RTM, but what happens to people after their videos go viral? A father in Illinois used his viral video as an opportunity to help kids across the United States. Derrick Bower's tears of joy gained millions of views after he was given a $40 gift card to buy food for his kids. Donations started pouring in to help him buy more, but he didn't need it. View Now
When You Keep Getting Interrupted...

When You Keep Getting Interrupted...

Don't you just hate it when you can't get a word in during a conversation? Well, D’Andre Wilcox's friend hit his last straw in this video, going off on D’Andre after he interrupts him. Since D’Andre posted the hilarious video to TikTok, it's reached over ten and a half million views! Many people online have put their own spin on the sound and posted their own interpretations of the struggle. View Now
Art Teacher Transforms Her Students' Creativity In 9 Weeks — Lauren Horn Joins RTM

Art Teacher Transforms Her Students' Creativity In 9 Weeks — Lauren Horn Joins RTM

Teachers are the true unsung heroes of society. They possess the ability to transform students' lives forever. One of those heroes is art teacher Lauren Horn. In her videos, which have gone viral on TikTok, she shared the before and after self-portraits that her students drew — and they're only nine weeks apart! She's not only helping students improve their art, but she's instilling confidence in them that they can draw on for the rest of their lives! View Now
We're Giving The 'Green Light' To These 'Squid Game' Shoes

We're Giving The 'Green Light' To These 'Squid Game' Shoes

Netflix's "Squid Game" took the world by storm. Now, we're giving the "green light" to artist Gitanjali Sood who created shoes inspired by the world-renowned Korean drama. Everything from the creepy "Red Light Green Light" robot doll, the masked guards, the players and the games are all hand-painted on a pair of sneakers. Maybe if the players in the show were wearing these shoes, they would have had better success in "Red Light, Green Light..." View Now
Hairdresser Goes Viral For Sharing Severe Lice Infestation

Hairdresser Goes Viral For Sharing Severe Lice Infestation

Lice happen — and it's not something to be ashamed of because it's not something you can control. Rachel Maroun, a hairdresser and head lice technician, went viral online after sharing a nasty case of lice on a 13-year-old girl. The girl has special needs, so she wasn't able to communicate the problem until the infestation escalated. It took three appointments totaling eight hours, but Rachel successfully got rid of the lice without cutting the girl's gorgeous long locks. Our scalps definitely feel itchy after watching this! View Now
Gayle On Film: 'Ron's Gone Wrong'

Gayle On Film: 'Ron's Gone Wrong'

Ron's Gone Wrong With kids having their noses stuck in their phones and glued to social media, this sweet little tale of longing, friendship and "doing it for the 'Gram" is explored in a timely animated feature. When Barney gets a new robot that's sustained a little damage, Barney's life is turned upside down because Ron's programming has gone wrong. Interestingly, an all seeing Meta-type company wants to get Ron back and keep any problems he may be causing under wraps. The irony of that can't be lost on anyone looking at recent headlines. View Now
Gayle On Film: 'Dune'

Gayle On Film: 'Dune'

Dune Director Denis Villeneuve's "Dune" brings the science fiction epic to the screen once again. Viewers are treated to desert landscapes come to life even as the vastness of space is the playground for a plot we've come to know: Imperial forces want a natural resource "spice" from a planet not quite willing to give it up easily. Of course there are others vying for the contract to get said resource and a deadly trade war ensues. Throw in a group with mysterious powers (sound familiar) and you've got quite the space epic. 4/5 View Now
Gayle On Film: 'Antlers'

Gayle On Film: 'Antlers'

Antlers Moody atmosphere: Check. Creepy old houses: Check: Creepy legend: Check. Emotionally wounded heroine: Check. Little boy with the weight of the world on his shoulders. Check. Keri Russel and Jesse Plemons (teacher and town sheriff, respectively) who realize there's a kid keeping secrets about someone or something that's preying on the living in a small Oregon town. The town's social issues mirror the horror and it makes one wonder, what's worse — social problems or terror? It's a by the numbers horror film. 3/5 View Now