Collection of ten animated comedies from Illumination. In 'Despicable Me' (2010), trying to outdo his main rival Vector (voice of Jason Segel), serial villain Gru (Steve Carell) hatches a plan to steal the moon, aided by his army of genetically altered corn pops. About to set his dastardly plan in motion, and bristling with his arsenal of freeze-rays and sci-fi gadgetry, all goes according to plan until the arrival at his door of three little orphan girls, Margo (Miranda Cosgrove), Agnes (Elsie Fisher) and Edith (Dana Gaier), in search of a father figure. In 'Despicable Me 2' (2013), now living a life of domestic bliss in suburbia with adopted daughters Margo, Agnes and Edith, Gru's world is turned upside down when he finds himself abducted by agent Lucy Wilde (Kristen Wiig) of the Anti-Villain League on the orders of boss Silas Ramsbottom (Steve Coogan). All is not what it seems, however, for with the world threatened by the new and dastardly supervillain known as Eduardo (Benjamin Bratt), it falls to the unique talents of Gru and his Minions to step up to the plate and finally save the day. In 'Despicable Me 3' (2017), now working with his secret agent wife Lucy Wilde (Wiig) at the Anti-Villain League, former supervillain Gru is tasked with taking down a new enemy in the form of former child star Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker). Having grown up to become obsessed by the eccentric character he played in the 1980s, Bratt has hatched a scheme for world domination and will seemingly do anything to achieve his goal. With the fate of the world hanging in the balance, it once again falls to the unique talents of Gru and his Minions to step up to the plate and save the day. 'Minions' (2015) shows how throughout history, and before Gru, the Minions have served many a despicable master, including Genghis Khan, Napoleon and Dracula. But having contributed to their masters' downfalls through a series of mishaps, the Minions find themselves living in Antarctica with no one to serve. A number of years pass and it isn't until 1968 that dispirited Minions Kevin, Stuart and Bob (all voiced by Pierre Coffin) set off to New York City to attend a villain convention and find themselves a new master. Here they meet the ambitious and dastardly Scarlet Overkill (Sandra Bullock), who, with the help of her husband Herb (Jon Hamm), plans to take over the world. 'The Secret Life of Pets' (2016) follows the adventures had by a group of New York pets after their owners leave the house. Pampered terrier Max (Louis C.K.) is shocked when his owner brings home a huge, sloppy mongrel named Duke (Eric Stonestreet) from the dog pound. An intense rivalry quickly sparks between the two pets, with a jealous Max desperate to regain the attention he once had. However, the duo must put their differences to one side when cunning rabbit Snowball (Kevin Hart) begins to build an army of neglected ex-pets intent on getting revenge on all happily-owned pets and their owners. With the help of the other animals in his Manhattan building, Max must put a stop to Snowball's evil schemes before it's too late. In 'The Secret Life of Pets 2' Max (Patton Oswalt) begins to feel anxious when he experiences new changes at home and so sets out to become a braver dog, while Snowball (Kevin Hart) harnesses his superhero abilities to help with a rescue mission. In 'Sing?' (2016), Buster Moon (Matthew McConaughey) is the highly optimistic koala proprietor of a venerable theatre. But as the splendour of his theatre begins to fade and Buster's life ambition with it, he must quickly devise a way to save his playhouse. Despite the reservations of his sheep friend Eddie (John C. Reilly), Buster decides to hold a singing contest in the hopes of raising enough money and attention to save his ailing theatre. With most of the town signing up to take part, the most promising contestants are Rosita (Reese Witherspoon), an overworked pig housewife, Mike (Seth MacFarlane), an arrogant, larger-than-life mouse, Ashley (Scarlett Johansson), a punk-rock porcupine, Meena (Tori Kelly), a stage-frightened elephant, and Johnny (Taron Egerton), a British gorilla pressured by his father's criminal exploits. How will they fare? And will Buster be able to save his theatre? In 'Hop' (2011), when unemployed slacker Fred (James Marsden) accidentally runs over the Easter Bunny (Russell Brand) in his car, he reluctantly agrees to take him home while he recovers from his injuries. A battle of egos ensues as both host and house guest are forced to face up to the unpalatable idea of finally getting around to growing up. In 'The Lorax' (2012), 12-year-old Ted (Zac Efron) has spent his childhood in Thneed-Ville, an entirely artificial city. When Audrey (Taylor Swift), the girl of his dreams, expresses her desire to see a real tree, Ted sets out to find it. Along the way he meets the reclusive Once-ler (Ed Helms), who tells the story of the Lorax (Danny DeVito), a grumpy yet charming creature, who fights to protect his world after a revolutionary industrial invention leads to the total destruction of the beautiful forests surrounding Ted's town. Finally, in 'The Grinch' (2018), the Grinch (Benedict Cumberbatch) is outraged when the residents of nearby Whoville decide to make their lavish Christmas celebrations last three times longer this year. Fearing his tranquil existence will be disrupted, the Grinch decides to steal Christmas by posing as Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. However, despite his best efforts, a cheerful young girl may get in the way of the Grinch's sinister schemes.