We're in the middle of the summer and if your beasties are saying they're bored and there's nothing to do, take them to check out a great movie at a great venue this weekend for free.

'Over the Hedge' is a hilarious movie about a bunch of forest critters who get cut off from their food supply by urban sprawl. They can't get food after a hedge was built to keep them out by a new neighborhood development that wants everything to look perfect. Perfect does not include foxes, skunks, turtles or any other wildlife. When one of the forest animals figures out how to get over the hedge and find food, the fight to get more delicious food from the humans is on. The movie stars the voices of Bruce Willis, Wanda Sykes, Nick Nolte, and Steve Carell as the animals who are only trying to grab a bite to eat in the suburban paradise.

The best thing about the movie is it is at the International Museum of Art, and it is free. There are ridiculously well-priced concessions, so you can probably make a day of it and only be out about $20. After the movie, you can check out the museum's exhibits for free, as well.

WHAT: Over the Hedge
WHEN: July 15, 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: 1211 Montana, International Museum of Art
COST: FREE