Just watched this for the second time last night, and I've re-evaluated some aspects of it. First and foremost, I'm giving Marisa Tomei more credit. I still wouldn't put her in my top 5 list for supporting actresses last year, but she's quite good here and I'm taking back my comment about any actress being able to do her part. On a more negative note, Evan Rachel Wood grated on me a lot more the second time around. I think it was a combination of her overplaying all her scenes (either ramping up the hystrionics or getting all luvey-duvey with Randy, such as the shot of her latching onto his arm) as well as the way Siegel wrote her character full of chiched scorned child dialogue. Also really noticed a lot more of the camera work that was framed as a wrestling match this time around. I took note of the "tunnel shot" at the deli my on first viewing, but I think I notice a lot more shots set up to frame Randy constantly as a wrestler this time. And of course, the ending is just as powerful as I remembered. Overall, I definitely liked it better the second time around, even though I liked it quite a bit the first time.