This film is about an evil scientist named Gru (Steve Carell) who is set on a mission to achieve the ultimate devious crime by stealing the moon. When trying to obtain funds to build a space shuttle, he soon discovers that there’s a new villain in town named Vector (Jason Segel). Vector stole all of the world’s great historic monuments, such as, the pyramid of Giza and the Eiffel Tower. They start out on negative terms and become instant enemies. Gru finds out that Vector has the last tool needed to steal the moon and he can’t get pass Vector’s dangerous traps. On one of his stakeouts at Vector’s house, Gru notices that these three orphan sisters selling cookies are welcomed inside Vector’s house to buy them. Gru devises a plan to adopt the three sisters, have them distract Vector while Gru sneaks in to grab the device. Will Gru succeed? What will Gru do with the girls if he obtains the device?Review:Lots of laughs kept me entertained throughout the movie. Steve’s voice sounded much like Mike Myer’s voice from “Austin Powers.” He did a great job with the voice as it was so unrecognizable. I enjoyed that the film made me like Gru, even though he was committing crimes and being evil. When the sisters came, it was like watching the Grinch’s on “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” heart expand three sizes when he feels the power of Christmas. The rivalry between Gru and Vector was cute and funny by how they both try to be the superior villain. All in all, I would watch this film again.