If you wanted to make a movie with a hilariously funny man who could do a thousand voices, you needed to get Robin Williams. This weekend, you can see him in one of his funniest roles, Mrs. Doubtfire.

The plot centers around Robin Williams character who almost loses his family after he loses his job. In order to stay close to his kids and the wife who no longer wants to put up with his shenanigans, he turns himself into Mrs. Doubtfire and moves back into the house as the housekeeper. Hilarity ensues and Williams' little ruse almost backfires, but we all know that this is a feel good movie and he is welcomed back to the family with open arms.

If you want to check out Mrs. Doubtfire on the big screen for free, head out to the International Museum of Art this weekend. While you're there, grab some ridiculously well-priced snacks at the concession stand, and then stick around for the exhibits. You can see those for free as well. The International is a beautiful, Trost-designed, diamond in the desert. You should check out the movie and the museum for a really delightful Saturday afternoon outing.

WHAT: Mrs. Doubtfire
WHEN: Saturday, May 6, 2:00p.m.
WHERE: International Museum of Art, 1211 Montana
COST: FREE