I cannot think of any reason not to buy this collection. Three decent movies for a decent price, in a small box that won't take up half your living room.
Juno - written by former stripper Cody Diablo has to be one of the strongest scripts ever. Ellen Page falls very pregnant, and to a rather twee (in an alternative sort of way) soundtrack sets out to sort out a home for her unwanted child. You never quite know what to expect, unsympathetic characters turn out to be pretty decent in the end, there are some laughs along the way, though it is not the non-stop screwball comedy that the trailer might make you think. Watch without expectations or with expectations this is an enjoyable movie.
Little Miss Sunshine - not sure if this was written by a former stripper. The black humour harks back to the scripts of John Sayles, with Alan Arkin excellent as a foul mouthed pensioner. Once again by the end you will have grown very fond of these characters.
Waitress - after two absolute crackers of films, Waitress is thinner fayre, a bit of a chick-flick with an irritatingly passive character who fantasises about baking pies. I must confess that my attention wandered before the end, however the rest of my family enjoyed it.
I watched all three with my wife and two teenage daughters, we all enjoyed them, I think Little Miss Sunshine is the best by a small margin. Get these and see what folk have been talking about.