Took in a couple of flicks last night. Saw "How to Train a Dragon" with the family. It was very well done with great animation. Touching story, but I wouldn't recommend it to everyone, as it has a feel-good ending and some folks on here have voiced an opinion that feel-good movies are somehow socialist and the dominant species in any given habitat has the god-given right to wipe out any lesser species. So, please take that into consideration.
I also saw the last half of "Hot Tub Time Machine". It was funny, but more of a squirm-in-your-seat, gross-out funny. If your 17 years-old (or really stoned), you probably love it.
However, the highlight of the evening was "She's Out of My League". This comedy hit all the right notes. It had it's gross-out moments too, but they were always done with a light touch. In fact everything here was done with that same light touch. Instead of shoving an obvious gag down your throat (Hot Tub style), they played with it a little bit and let you think about it. Several times, I said to myself "I know exactly what's coming next", only to have them deftly dance around the implications of situation. I don't want to give any examples, because I really recommend you go see this one. Another great part of this movie is that it's an ensemble cast like we've seen so many times before (40 Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Old School, etc., etc., etc.), yet it starrs a complete set of fresh faces. No Will Ferrell, no Seth Rogen, no Paul Rudd or Jack Black (nor the man who represents the complete opposite of funny, Bill Hader) - none of the same old guys we're so used to seeing in these roles. I can imagine the studio heads doing the casting in their minds when the green-lighted it and I'm sure it was a lot of work for all involved to keep any big names out of the movie, and it's to the movies credit. BTW - The lead in the movie, Jay Baruchel, did the voice of the protagonist in "Dragon".