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There are two inconsistencies between this film and its predecessor, Little Nicholas (2009)
1. Nicolas' father smokes a pipe in this film, but was a non-smoker in the other.
2. There is no mention of Nicolas' sister, born at the end of the previous film. See more »
The sandcastles built by the architect are built using sand other than beach sand. This can be seen by the difference in the colour of the sandcastles and the surrounding beach sand, even allowing for the addition of water. See more »
Credits at the start and finish of the film appear on holiday postcards. The credits at the beginning also include some animations on the cards. See more »
Since I do not have access to Parental guide editing, I am adding it here as FYI. The movie has a scene where a woman can be seen running away from the camera completely nude. Keep this in mind if you are considering this movie for young kids. The male character is nude as well, his critical parts are hidden behind a piece of garment (held in his hand).
I liked the first movie much better. The actor who played Nicholas in the first movie was great. Even though the new actor is very good, I would have loved to see the same actor for continuity. Kad Merad is great as always.
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