The story centers on the intertwining tales of Beaver trying to gain the attention of his father by not disappointing him and Wally trying to impress a girl. There is something that just feels long-winded, not a good sign for a movie that fails to reach the 90-minute mark.
Still, I am sure the kids will like it, and it is rather harmless. Watch on!
All of the films are presented in their original widescreen ratios and anamorphically enahnced. They all look good, sharp colors, not much in the way of artifacts. Audio is all Dolby Digital 5.1, and they all sound good too. Nothing to complain about on the technical side of things.
Extras. A couple of trailers, but nothing else.
The films may be mediocre when taken individually, but taken together in this set, you have a nice little bundle of films that are good for the family. I cannot find anything that is offensive, or unsuitable for viewing by the whole family. Casper is clearly the best of the bunch, but they all have a certain infectiousness that won't let you actively dislike any of them. So, all I can say is sit back, make some popcorn, grab the kids, and make an evening of it!