The American Museum of Science and Energy is offering free admission to three more movies on Friday nights in December.
It’s part of the “Movies at the Museum” series that started in November.
This Friday night, AMSE will show ”The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms.” This 1953 film (NR) follows a carnivorous dinosaur that resulted from an arctic nuclear test, thawed out, and started making its way down the east coast of North America, a press release said.
The Dec. 14 movie will be ”Godzilla.” In this 1998 movie (PG13), an enormous, radioactively mutated lizard runs rampant on the island of Manhattan, the release said.
The last movie, on Dec. 28, will be ”Dinosaur.” This 2000 film (PG2000) is about an orphaned dinosaur raised by lemurs that joins an arduous trek to a sanctuary after a meteorite shower destroys his family home.
AMSE will offer free admission at the museum at 5:30 p.m. on each of those Fridays followed by the free movies at 7:00 p.m. in the AMSE auditorium.
The “Movies at the Museum” series is presented by the AMSE Foundation and sponsored by local business and organizations.
AMSE is at 300 S. Tulane Ave. in Oak Ridge.
For links to the six movie descriptions, reviews and ratings, click on www.amse.org for guidance in age or family-appropriate content.