That is a software issue. You need to either contact motorola or verizon regarding that issue. This is a known problem with their phone and they never fully resolved the first batch of the Razor freezing issue.
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Sounds like your phone is on its last legs - two RAZRs have died on me and they've started out this way - with smaller malfunctions and freeze-ups that eventually end in the phone being flat out dead. If you get it functional again, move all your contacts to the SIM card as a precaution. If you have warranty coverage, take the phone in and get a new one now so you won't have to worry.
If you have a memory card in your phone, try taking it out and then turning it on. Sometimes if you have to much on your card it will freeze up. Never store anything directly to a memory card in your phone.