Bowling for Columbine poster

DVD & Blu-ray Release Date

DVD: Bowling for Columbine DVD release date is set for August 19, 2003. Dates do change so check back often as the release approaches.

Blu-ray: Bowling for Columbine Blu-ray will be available the same day as the DVD. Blu-ray and DVD releases are typically released around 12-16 weeks after the theatrical premiere.

Digital: Bowling for Columbine digital release from Amazon Video and iTunes will be available 1-2 weeks before the Blu-ray, DVD, and 4K releases. The estimate release date is August 2003. We will update this page with more details as they become available. The movie has been out for around since its theatrical release.

Bowling for Columbine stars Michael MooreSalvador Allende, Jacobo Arbenz, Mike Bradley. View everything you need to know about the movie below.

Rating

R

IMDb Rating

8.2

Runtime

120

Theater Date

October 9, 2002

Overview

The United States has played witness to a number of violent gun crimes over the past three decades. Filmmaker Michael Moore investigates this problem in order to find out why these crimes happened and if they might have been preventable. As he delves into the problem with gun violence, he investigates historical views of private gun ownership, the types of people who most often own firearms, and even the political and social reasons gun ownership is so heavily protected.

R Rating

Bowling for Columbine DVD/Blu-ray is rated R. R stands for ‘Restricted’, which means children under 17 require accompanying parent or adult guardian. The movie contains some adult material and parents are urged to learn more about the movie.

Trailer

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Reviews [star rating=”8.2″ ]

The movie currently has a 8.2 out of 10 IMDb rating and 72 Metascore on Metacritic. We will continue to add and update review scores.

Budget

$4,000,000

Box Office

$21.2 million

Genre

Documentary

Language

English

Theatrical Release Date: October 9, 2002
DVD & Blu-ray Release Date: August 19, 2003
Age Rating: R
Runtime: 120 minutes
Budget: $4,000,000
Box Office: $21.2 million
Genre: Documentary
Language: English