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||IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 from 49 votes
||Release: 5 October 2004 (Canada) /
||Genre: Animation, Family
||Director: Nick Rijgersberg,
||Stars: Amanda Tilson, Annie Bovaird, Brigid Tierney, Dean Patrick Fleming, George Morris, Jason Szwimer, Jennifer Morehouse, Jennifer Seguin, Jesse Vinet, Liz MacRae, Merlee Shapiro, Pat Fry, Pauline Little, Vince Davis, Walter Massey
||Synopsis: It's a very special holiday for Caillou when he learns about Christmas traditions around the world and the importance of giving and sharing. When Caillou wonders just how many days there are left until Christmas, his Daddy gives him a Christmas calendar featuring holiday traditions from countries around the world in every window. Caillou also goes tobogganing, learns how to ski and plays Hanukah games with his good friend Leo. Caillou also gives away some of his toys when he learns about children around the world that are in need of toys such as his old ones he no longer plays with. Caillou's little sister Rosie also gets in on the Christmas fun. When Mommy offers to help Rosie with making gifts, Rosie decides to try it on her own, with hilarious results. Featuring several songs performed by the cast of the movie (including "Where Santa Has a Different Name" and "Eight Days to Go" and "Everyday" performed by hit French artist Marilou. Written by Agent0042
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As it is very obvious despite his attempts at using fancy words and
cute turns of phrase that the previous reviewer is a child that doesn't
understand the concept of educational television for toddlers and
preschoolers it may be helpful to actually have a review from a parent
that has watched this movie with a toddler.
Some people think that Caillou is whiny. Guess what? Children are
whiny. He is a very realistic depiction of a young children and how
they interact with the world. Television that depicts "perfect"
children is not only not realistic but sets actual children up for
damaged self-esteem and strained relationships with their parents.
As for this movie, it is a fun way to welcome in the holiday season
with a young child. And I say "holiday" very specifically. This is not
just a movie about Christmas. There are discussions of other winter
holidays and traditions, which broadens a child's world perspective.
Saying that a four year old can't benefit from information about
cultural diversity and should just be given chocolate is a perfect
example as to why this country has become so dull, homogeneous, and
Children thrive when challenged and presented with new information. A
four year old is more than capable of appreciating learning about other
people and understanding why people enjoy the traditions that they do.
My daughter had just turned two the first time we watched it and she
was not only enthralled by the story and the music but was interested
in the information and asked questions about different cultures and
traditions. This is a good thing!! There is no reason to think that
children should just be forced into a box of their own culture and
ideas and never exposed to those of other people. That only breeds
ignorance, fear, and hatred. Expanding knowledge and understanding is
how the world becomes a better place and people advance themselves.
This starts at infanthood, not when an already intellectually and
culturally stunted person is funneled into the school system.
This movie is filled with cute songs that little ones love listening
and dancing to, and that actually send a message. Yes, Caillou is
wrapped up in the excitement and commercialism of Christmas. That's the
point. As he learns about the different cultures and traditions of the
season he gains a better appreciation. This is a lesson that all people
If you don't want your children exposed to a whining child or you feel
that cultural education should be limited to only your culture, perhaps
you shouldn't be putting your children in front of the TV in the first
place This is an excellent movie and a wonderful way to mark the
countdown to Christmas with a child.
Also, in response to the highly offensive commentary by the previous
reviewer regarding Caillou being bald (by the way, the statement itself
was absurd. It is cancer treatments that cause baldness, not the
cancer)--the name "Caillou" means pebble in French. His baldness is a
visual representation of this name. It is also a means of allowing more
children to identify with Caillou as they are not seeing a color of
hair, which can be highly alienating for young children. A little bald
preschooler represents innocence and opportunity.
Tags for Caillou's Holiday Movie Full Movie
, Annie Bovaird
, Brigid Tierney
, Dean Patrick Fleming
, George Morris
, Jason Szwimer
, Jennifer Morehouse
, Jennifer Seguin
, Jesse Vinet
, Liz MacRae
, Merlee Shapiro
, Pat Fry
, Pauline Little
, Vince Davis
, Walter Massey
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