Cleveland Cinemas and the Cleveland Museum of Natural History have teamed up for Reel Science, an ongoing series of films that features an eclectic and diverse line-up of classic and contemporary films. The series aims to "explore the facts and fictions in each film" with an introduction and post-screening discussion hosted by one of the experts from CMNH.
Tonight's entry: When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth
, a campy sci-fi/fantasy movie about "a time when men lived in fear," as it's put in the trailer.
The screening, which takes place at 7 p.m. at the Capitol Theatre
, will feature a live commentary with comedian Bill Squire from The Alan Cox Show, Lee Gambol (Distance Learning Coordinator) and Lee Hall (Vertebrate Paleontologist) from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Tickets are $7.50, but CMNH and Marquee Rewards members can purchase a discounted admission at the box office for just $5. A portion of each admission benefits the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.