The Point ()

directed by Fred Wolf
featuring Ringo Starr, Dustin Hoffman

Show Synopsis

Ringo Starr narrates this animated story of Oblio, a round-headed boy ostracized by society because his head is not pointed. Jason Ankeny, Rovi

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Pointless

Jun 18, 2009

Classic animation

This movie was a favorite of mine years ago. So much so that my first dog was named Arrow, and I knew another dog named Oblio. The music is wonderful, the artwork and the message well done.

tigersluv

May 30, 2008

There Is A Point

This is the story of a young boy named Oblio who is not like the others, through no fault of his own. He and his dog Arrow learn the trials of life through various adventures.

The music from Harry Nilsson is exceptional. The music is really used to set the mood and tone of the story. The narration by Ringo Starr helps tell the tale of the young boy and his dog.

The graphics are 1971 so they seem a little primitive today, but this does not detract from the overall message of the story.

As a favourite movie from my own childhood I would recommend it to everyone, children to baby boomers alike. The message is important and still pertinent in today's world.

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