February is the month of love, and in honor of Valentine's Day, the International Museum of Art will be screening iconic romantic movies every Saturday this month.

This Saturday, you can watch and weep over 'Love Story'. The movie stars Ali McGraw as the working-class Jenny Cavalleri and Ryan O'Neal as the upper-class Oliver Barrett IV. The pair meet while they are attending Harvard and Radcliffe and fall in love. Of course, Oliver's family are horrified at the thought of him marrying a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, and of course, Oliver defies them and marries Jenny. They are cut off from his family's fortune, but eventually, he graduates from law school and begins to make money on his own. When they can't have a baby, they find out that Jenny is terminally ill.

'Love Story' gave us the classic movie line, "Love means never having to say you're sorry." It also gave us an amazing movie to cry into your popcorn over. Check it out for free, and then wander through the International Museum of Art for free. The museum has a number of exhibits and is a beautiful place to spend a Saturday afternoon.

WHAT: Love Story
WHEN: Saturday, February 4, 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: 1211 Montana