Cave of Forgotten Dreams". I'm still reeling from the fact that it costs $13.00 to see a movie, but Katie pointed out that it did include the 3-D glasses.
For once, 3-D was justified in a movie. This film is about the Chauvet Cave in France, where 3 explorers discovered undisturbed 30,000 year old cave drawings. The filmmakers were allowed access to the cave for a week (access is very limited due to the fragile nature of the drawings), and they did a beautiful job of filming these fantastic Paleolithic artworks.
The postscript was weird, with albino alligators (super creepy), but otherwise I really enjoyed the movie. Katie may have gotten more prehistoric art than she really wanted, and was the youngest person at the movie by about 40 years, but she was good-natured about it all.
WAY better than that Jean Auel book, Zaide!