Ty Wilson Law July 2019

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Your Compass MONTHLY

JULY 2019

FROM THE DESK OF Ty Wilson

Well, it is time to talk about my son’s baseball team again. I could not be prouder of the kids who we played with. We ended the season in 4th place out of 5 teams. We played the 5th place team to see who would make the playoffs. We came from behind to win. Then, we played the first seeded team who we had beat just the week before. In fact, we beat every team going into the playoffs! We again came from behind to beat the first seeded team and played for the championship with the second seeded team. We got behind early, with the score at 8–1. However, the strength of our team and the never say die attitude helped propel us back to 8–7. We were down only a single run with one out a runner on third. Unfortunately, our luck would end there, the batter hit a line drive to the pitcher who caught it for out two and then threw our base runner out at third base to end the game and finish in 2nd place. Another phenomenal season.

In Hollywood, summer is known as blockbuster season. This is when the box office is at its busiest and the releases are most numerous. Amid the apocalyptic fare aimed at teens and adults, you can find plenty of films appropriate for the entire family. This summer in particular, families heading to the theater are spoiled for choice. Nearly every week offers a new film to delight moviegoers of all ages. If you need a respite from the heat, consider taking your clan to one of these exciting options hitting the big screen this season. THE 2019 SUMMER FAMILY MOVIE GUIDE BEAT THE HEAT BY HEADING TO THE THEATER Two of Disney’s animated classics get live-action revamps this year, though how much computer-generated imaging is permissible in a “live-action”movie is a matter of some debate. Regardless of the semantics, both “Aladdin,”which debuted in May, and “The Lion King,” arriving this month, are poised to be huge favorites with established fans and newcomers alike. Odds are you already know the plotlines of these iconic originals, but you may not be aware of all the details surrounding the new versions. Both movies will be huge spectacles with ornate scenery and updates of the songs you love. “Aladdin” stars Mena Massoud in the title role, along with turns fromWill Smith as Genie and Naomi Scott as Jasmine. The cast of “The Lion King” is truly star-studded and includes Donald Glover, Seth Rogen, and Beyoncé. If previous Disney adaptations are any indication, these movies will likely hew close to the originals. “Aladdin” (May 24) and “The Lion King” (July 19)

Stay cool,

-Ty Wilson

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