You have to be very careful watching this movie because it has some serious dark tone to it.

The main character is very serious, needy and somehow an emotional mess, and that is clearly leaking out of him all along the movie.

I hate the seriousness that the main character has towards game and seduction.

Due to it being mainstream, the film is very romanticized in the old fairytale ways, but the process of male-makeover that the main character goes through is eye opening.

The womanizer Jacob (Played by Ryan Gosling) is a top notch player.

He must decide to either fight for the gold, or find love, with his new-found knowledge of the game.

If you haven’t read that book I highly recommend you to go read it. The problem with this movie is that it is a very routine based type of gaming, meaning that it teaches you how to open using certain lines, how to hook a girl into your conversation and how to DHV.

How your awareness went down to your body and your speech pattern changed.

How you got a slight “high” from feeling like a badass.The duo realizes that business and relationships today have a lot in common.Tripp learns Rowan’s game and begins closing on business deals. As the business grows to be worth millions, Tripp realizes that there are many players around him who want a piece of the gold.Many of his scenes doing pickup are done in a way that makes the seduction happens due to his confidence and personality rather than his looks.I wish that the casting crew would have cast a not so good looking character to play his role because this way they just further crafted the idea of how a womanizer would look like.“The Deed: Chicago” explores a side of real estate that other property shows ignore—an unflinching look at how fortunes are really made in the unpredictable and cutthroat world of real estate flipping and development.