|Category||Dramas DVDs, Action/Adventure Movies, Adventure Videos, Recommended, Coming Of Age, Period Piece, Character Study, Substance Abuse, World War I|
|Starring||Bill Murray, resa Russell, Catherine Hicks, Denholm Elliott, Brian Doyle Murray, James Keach|
|Screenwriter||Bill Murray, John Byrum|
Razor's Edge movie was released Aug 20, 2002 by the Sony Pictures Home studio. Bill Murray, Catherine Hicks, Denholm Elliott, James Keach, Peter Vaughan, Theresa Russell - Director: John Byrum An American WWI vet (Bill Murray) undertakes a spiritual quest that takes him from the Himalayas and back to his hometown.
Razor's Edge review Product Description
Based on William Somerset Maugham's novel, THE RAZOR'S EDGE follows a young man's search for identity. Razor's Edge video After experiencing WWI, veteran Larry Darrell (Bill Murray) seeks spiritual peace and recovery. ...See Full Description
Razor's Edge movie Customer Reviews
Razor's Edge review one of my favorite movies of all-time, I needed to own it so I could watch at my discretion, it never fails to make me rethink what is and is not important in life ....
By mpdaley (Alberta , Canada)
||The razors edge,with bill murray|
Razor's Edge DVD for sale Bill,murray,gives a fantastic,performance,in what is,my-fourite-movie-of-all-time,I, watched,it,when I,was,about,20,Now,I'M, 48,and it,still gets,me,the,story, is,great,which,I,think,is it's,strength. I,can,relate,trying to find the meaning of life.
By vin.mcnair (MOAMA,NSW,AUSTRALIA)
||really liked it|
Always felt this movie to be a classic. It's a remake but every bit as good as the original.
By shlangeva (Capo Beach, CA, USA)
seen this movie?
Razor's Edge video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||4884186|
|Studio||Sony Pictures Home|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||Aug 20, 2002|
|Running Time||129 Minutes|
|Movie Details||Color; Digital Sound; Stereo Sound; Letter Boxed; Widescreen|
Razor's Edge DVD Features
Letterbox - 1.85
Widescreen - 1.85
Dolby Digital 4.0 - English
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