I think the end of this episode (and the end of the series) was rather disappointing. At the time of writing (May 18th), there was no sign of a series renewal but I think at this point it was only written as a six-part series.
By the time this review goes up, the sequel (the imaginatively titled 22 Jump Street) would have been released. I brought and watched this DVD because of that, but also because the writers of this film were the writers behind such marvels as The Lego Movie and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
This is a superb 2011 experimental drama film directed by Terrence Malick. It stars Brad Pitt, Sean Penn and Jessica Chastain among others. If you are a big fan of awe-inspiring cinematography, this is the movie for you.
Photographer, Joanna Eberhart, moves to the neighborhood of Stepford with her husband and two daughters. What is up with the women of Stepford, who seem almost too perfect to be real? The book on which this film was based was written by Ira Levin, the author of Rosemary’s Baby.