Surprisingly well acted, excellent special effects, and an epic monster battle which will thrill audiences, “Godzilla” is a worthy reintroduction to an iconic character.

Hello moviegoers! With an epic monster such as Godzilla, it is often easy to rely on a built in audience rather than striving for something better. A compelling plot that wrestles with the arrogance of man, and is highly suggestive toward a homeostasis world view, i.e. a complete balance in nature, “Godzilla” will keep viewers entertained and cheering for the famed monster. read more…


“Million Dollar Arm” is a story with a lot of heart, a dash of culture, and baseball and it equals success for Disney.

Hello Moviegoers! “Million Dollar Arm” succeeds because it journeys to India and it takes something, so American, like baseball, and it blends culture. Based on a true story, the film highlights character, perseverance, and the steps involved in creating the next great baseball pitcher. read more…

001 Moviegoers View Podcast 05/17/2014

Evolution of Godzilla 1:30 – Epic Film Baddies that aren’t completely bad 7:00
– King Kong, Hulk, Terminator, Darth Vader, Catwoman
Perfect Characters: perfect good/perfect evil 14:00 – The Joker
Celebrity News Stories 18:00 – Jon Hamm spotlight 23:45 – Million Dollar Arm In depth Preview 30:00 – Barbara Walters 35:00 – Oprah Winfrey / Michael Sam 39:00


Hello moviegoers! It’s Wednesday, May 14th, my producer’s on vacation so we’re getting crazy. I’m A. P. Richardson for Moviegoers View and this is the Mid-Shift Report.

Welcome back to moviegoersview.com. Today on the Mid Shift Report our featured spotlight preview is Godzilla, opening Friday May 16th. In other news we are keeping it current, and giving your reasons why Solange, otherwise known as Beyonce’s sister, tried to kick the life out Jay-Z, the latest from Donald Sterling from his sit down with Anderson Cooper, and a quick look at what’s opening this weekend. For now let’s get things started off right with “Box Office in Review.” read more…


Over the top vulgarity, tons of pot and weed usage, and everything you’d expect from Rogen and crew produces solid laughs.

Hello Moviegoers! “Neighbors” will have most viewers laughing at the war between young and old and the age old decision we all have to face: growing up. The film loses some of its appeal by over doing a lot of its more raunchy jokes and although ten times better than “This is the End” the hand of Apatow is sorely missed. read more…


Although it has a good message, “Moms’ Night Out,” offers few laughs and doesn’t try to appeal outside of its demographic: moms with kids.

Hello Moviegoers! A comedy ripe with opportunities that fails to actually land the majority of its jokes. “Moms’ Night Out” is the Christian revival in Hollywood stepping into comedy. Its great message for Moms everywhere is applauded, but I managed only a slight chuckle in response to this average script with very poor direction. read more…


Hello Moviegoers. I’m A. P. Richardson for moviegoersview. It’s Wednesday May 7th and this is the MID-SHIFT.

Welcome back to moviegoersview.com I’m A. P. Richardson. Today on the MID-SHIFT our featured spotlight preview is “Neighbors” opening Friday, May 9th. We’ll also catch you up on the Met Gala celebrity news. Let’s get things started with this past weekend Box Office in Review. read more…


“The Amazing Spider-man 2” may have more plot than needed, but the Webslinger satisfies and the film leaves its mark.

Hello Moviegoers! Tis’ the summer of Marvel and “The Amazing Spiderman 2” doesn’t disappoint with multiple villains, origin back story to fulfill the comic book nerd in all of us, introductions of comic counterparts, and it tugs at the heartstrings of even the most non-romantic individuals. Unfortunately, the film oversteps with its many stories and it takes away from the core of the narrative. read more…


“Brick Mansions” is an hour and a half worth of action sequences held together by a simplistic plot.

Hello Moviegoers! If you like fighting, chase scenes, shoot-outs, and evasion scenes that make parkour look like the best thing since sliced bread, “Brick Mansions” is your movie. The film downplays an important commentary on social injustice, an intriguing stance on white collar versus gangster criminal activities, lacks character development, and shys away from anything that might make this movie anything other than a collection of action scenes. read more…

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