After falling off a packed train populated with "newborn" ghostly inhabitants on their way to Ghost Central Station, a veritable Ellis Island for new spirits, Casper finds himself lost in Deeds Town. Casper soon befriends a kindred spirit -- Chris Carson, a lonely, but imaginative ten-year-old human boy who's not afraid of ghosts. Chris's only friends are Fatso, Stinkie and Stretch, three fiendishly wicked ghosts who haunt the condemned Applegate Mansion. His workaholic developer father and the town mayor want to demolish the Mansion and turn it into a mini-mall, while Chris' crusading teacher wants to preserve it. Snivel, Kibosh and The Ghostly Trio work to teach Casper to be a wicked ghost like themselves, while haunting their best to scare the demolition crews at the Applegate Museum.
was great to watch and had been looking for it for a while, i highly recommend it to a family with young kidsPublished on Aug. 31 2013 by leona lapointe
Sorry but liked this movie and wasn't really bothered by the fact that it was a direct to video release but than again I saw this on the Family channel, it came on after another... Read morePublished on Oct. 23 2003 by Calinira
The first Casper was a fun movie which I liked alot. After its success someone had the idea lets make a cheesy prequal with inferior effects that doesn't tie in with the first... Read morePublished on July 19 2003
To start out with, this is another one of those typical, cheap, grownups-are-stupid; kids-are-smart movies. This is nothing like the first movie. Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2002
here comes casper again. with his mean uncles.
casper the friendly ghost. not as good as the first one. Read more
This is a nice movie, but the beginning is a little strange because Casper does not even know he is a ghost and its the second Casper film! Read morePublished on Aug. 16 2001
This film is so good I've seen this on fox family channel a couple times and video it is great for the whole family to enjoy not just us kids the grownups to buy it now or you'll... Read morePublished on June 7 2001