If your kids have never seen Manny, Sid the Sloth, and Diego on the big screen, here's your chance to show them how this adorable movie is really supposed to be seen. The International Museum of Art continues their free movie series this weekend with a showing of the original 'Ice Age'.

This movie was first released in 2002, so chances are, your little ones haven't seen Manny, Sid, and Diego working hard to make sure that a baby Neanderthal is returned to his family. Diego tries at first to get the baby away from Manny and Sid, but ultimately, he helps make sure that a reunion with his family happens. Ray Romano voice Manny, Johm Leguizamo is Sid the Sloth, and Denis Leary is fabulous as Diego.

There are a lot of fun things to see in this movie like when the group goes through a frozen cave and sees a space ship frozen in a block of ice and the baby, whose name, by the way, is Roshan, makes the 'live long and prosper' sign with his hand. I had no idea that the baby had a name, but it turns out, he did.

The International Museum of Art has a very comfortable viewing room, dollar concessions so you can sugar up the beasties, and is one of the coolest venues in town. Check out 'Ice Age' this weekend, and afterward, show the kids the exhibits upstairs.

WHAT: 'Ice Age' showing
WHEN: Saturday, December 10, 2:00 p.m.
WHERE: International Museum of Art, 1211 Montana
COST: FREE