The smartest move this film makes is repeat casting. Cleveland is once again paired with his Kept Man co-star Hartley Sawyer and the film makes great use of the two leads’ existing chemistry. Anyone who knows me knows that there’s nothing I love more than a witty turn of phrase. The repartee between the two characters is both adversarial and familiar. It’s Sorkin-esque in the best sense of the word. SPiN doesn’t draw any conclusions and allows both players to make equally salient points about the state of our economy and our media.