It's a movie that reveals more about itself with repeat viewing. The story telling, the ensemble, the dialogue, the grittiness, the little touches in film style (like how the camera follows Henry and Karen from the parking lot through the restaurant) and the symbolism -- it really is everything I want out of a movie. Even the little nuances are fantastic, like Jimmy Two Times, the improved dialogue between Jimmy and Tommy at Tommy's mom's house, or the way Paulie's brother yells at Henry outside the pizza shop for wasting 8 aprons on a gunshot victim because he felt he wasn't worth 8. I could go on and on. Needless to say, it's great.