^ I agree wholeheartedly on Oranges and Sunshine and Young Adult -- two very entertaining films (though Oranges and Sunshine suffered just a tad from being too faithful from the real life story iykwim). And I too was let down by Hugo -- I didn't hate it, but I didn't think it was rave-worthy. It was just okay in my book.
Gotta disagree big time on Like Crazy, though. I pretty much hated that one. It's feels like a bad film school project, particularly in the writing and directing. It's been a while since I've seen a film where I wanted to slap some sense into the characters so much. All of their troubles are of their own making, so it's impossible to have any sympathy for them -- or even to care one way or the other what happens to them. If I were a narcissistic and entitled 20-something I might have a different reaction, but as I'm not ... There are some nice filmic moments (particularly if you like verité), and the acting is far from the worst I've seen, but that's not enough to make a movie worth watching.
And I also have to disagree on The Avengers. I found it highly entertaining from beginning to end. Yeah, the plot is a bit thin ... but I don't expect a superhero movie to be terribly plot-driven. More importantly, though, it's more than made up for in character development. The character backstories, motivations, and interactions are what make this film. (Well, the male characters that is. The female characters not so much. But I've griped about that before.)