Right? I mean, Martin's problem is that he is an a--hole, straight and simple. Re-appraisal works great because the whole time he's rethinking his career, and then Candy's Repulsion is pretty obvious.
I think is a case where you can look at the top to find the Genre (physical comedy), then get the bottom by the Element (Non-acceptance, which probably would've been easier if Consider wasn't listed as considerate), and then look at the Issues above to understand the flavor of that particular Element.
In other words - Neal(Martin)'s rejection - is it more a factor of Attraction, or more something to do with Re-appraisal?
And then I would check the Premise, like above, to double-check.