Hollywood, we have a problem. That’s sort of what Tom Hanks said in “Apollo 13,” but it applies to “First Man.” The movie about Neil Armstrong made $16.5 million in its opening weekend, which was about $5 million less than projected. That’s not a complete bomb, but wags are saying the Great Flag...

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