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‘First Man’ soars as tale of Neil Armstrong and stoic heroism

If stoic heroism sounds pretty good right about now, “First Man” lands at a welcome time. The “La La Land” reunion of Ryan Gosling and director Damien Chazelle produces a soaring, IMAX-worthy look at Neil Armstrong’s life in the decade leading up to the moon landing, providing a reminder that fulfilling John F. Kennedy’s vision was as much about grit, guts and determination as any feat of engineering.

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